Saka (disambiguation)

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Saka were the Achaemenid "Scythian" satrapy.

Saka may also refer to:

Scythians[edit]

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Other uses[edit]

  • Saka, an ancient Indian tradition of men fighting to death, while women commit self-immolation (jauhar), when facing certain defeat in war
  • Saka language, a variety of Eastern Iranian languages, attested from the ancient Buddhist kingdoms of Khotan and Tumshuq in the Tarim Basin
  • Makhuwa language, also Makhuwa-Saka language, a dialect of Nkutu in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

People with the surname[edit]

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