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Shambhala or Shambala is a mythical kingdom in Tibetan Buddhism. It may also refer to:
- Shambhala Buddhism is a Buddhist lineage named by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche
- Related to Shambhala Buddhism:
- Shambhala Publications, an independent publishing company that has no affiliation with Shambhala Buddhism, which specializes in books that deal with Buddhism or related topics
In media and entertainment
- Shambhala (film), a 2012 Thai film
- Shambhala, a 2015 Australian film, written and directed by Summer Nicks
- Fullmetal Alchemist the Movie: Conqueror of Shamballa, an anime film where the Shamballa myth is the central storyline
- "Shambala" (Beastie Boys song)
- "Shambala" (song), a song written by Daniel Moore, and recorded by several artists including B. W. Stevenson, Rockapella and Three Dog Night
- Shambhala (music festival), a Canadian music festival
- Shambala Festival, a UK festival
- Shambala, a mythical location in the video game Uncharted 2: Among Thieves
Places, peoples and languages
- Shambala, Xiangcheng County, a town in Sichuan, China
- Shambaa people, a people of Tanzania, sometimes known as "Shambala"
- Shambala language, a separate Tanzanian language
- Shamballa, the dwelling place of the governing deity of Earth, Sanat Kumara, and his attendants
- Shambhala Preserve, an animal refuge founded by actress Tippi Hedren
- Shambhala: Expedición al Himalaya, a roller coaster at PortAventura
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