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Jyothi or Jyoti, means "divine light" in many Indian languages. It is also spelled Jothi, Joti or Jyothy.
It may also refer to:
- Jyothi (actress) (1963–2007), film actress who acted in over 50 South Indian films
- Jyoti (wrestler) (born 1985), Indian wrestler in the -75 kg category
- Jyoti Amge (born 1993), world's smallest woman as of 2018
- Jyoti Basu (1914–2010), male Indian politician, of Communist Party of India (Marxist) from West Bengal, India
- Jyoti Sarup (born 1954), Indian director and producer
- Jothi Venkatachalam (born 1917), female Indian politician, former Governor of Kerala, India
- Jyoti Singh, US born Indian actress
- Jyoti Singh, 2012 Delhi gang rape murder victim
- Jothi Agaval (The Call Divine), a poem by Ramalinga Swamigal (Vallalar)
- Andhra Jyothy, a Telugu daily newspaper in Andhra Pradesh, India
Films and TV
- Jothi (1939 film), a Tamil film
- Jyothi (1976 film), a Telugu film
- Jyothi (1981 film) an Hindi film
- Jothi (1983 film) (Light), a Tamil film
- Jyoti (TV series), an Indian daily soap opera on STAR Plus
- Jyothi Central High School, in Ekma, Chhapra, Bihar, India
- Jyothy Kendriya Vidyalaya, an English medium school in Bangalore
- Jyotirlinga, a shrine where the Hindu deity Shiva is worshipped in the form of a Jyotirlingam ("Lingam of light")
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