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Notable people named Sujata
- Sujata Bhatt (born May 6, 1956), German-Indian poetess.
- Sujata Day, (born June 27, 1984), American-Indian actress, model and screenwriter.
- Sujata Keshavan (born 1961), Indian graphic designer.
- Sujata Manohar (born August 28, 1934), Indian judge and member of the National Human Rights Commission of India.
- Sujata Massey (born 1964), American-British writer.
- Sujata Mohapatra (born June 27, 1968), Indian choreographer and dancer
- Sujata Nahar (born December 12, 1925 – died May 4, 2007), Indian writer.
- Sujata Sridhar (born December 25, 1961), Indian cricketer.
Notable people named Sujatha
- Sujatha (actress) (born December 10, 1952 – died April 6, 2011), Indian actress.
- Sujatha Alahakoon (born March 9, 1959), Sri Lankan politician.
- Sujatha Mohan (born March 31, 1963), Indian singer.
- Sujatha Rangarajan (born May 3, 1935 – died February 27, 2008), Indian writer.
Notable people with last name Sujatha
- C. S. Sujatha (born May 28, 1965), Indian politician and member of the 14th Lok Sabha of India.
- Sujatha (1953 film), directed by T. Sundaram, D. V. Chari.
- Sujata (1959 film), directed by Bimal Roy.
- Sujatha (1977 film), directed by Hariharan.
- Sujatha (1980 film), directed by Mohan.
- Sujata (TV series), a 2008 Indian TV series.
- Sujatha Vidyalaya, girls' secondary school in Sri Lanka.
- Sujata Sadan, theatre auditorium in Kolkata, West Bengal.
- INS Sujata, Sukanya class patrol vessel of the Indian Navy.
- Sujata and seven types of wives, the unruly daughter-in-law of Anathapindika, a lay-disciple of the Buddha, who later became a slave-wife to her husband .
- Sujata Bhikkhuni, one of the Buddha's arahant nuns.
- Sujata, a maiden who, in Gautama Buddha's life, offered the Buddha a bowl of milk rice before he gave up the path of asceticism following six years of extreme austerities.
- Sujata is a name of the Hindu goddess Lakshmi.
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