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Swaraj is an Indian concept of self-governance.
Swaraj or Swarajya may also refer to:
- Swaraj Party, Swarajaya Party, or Swarajya Party, an Indian political party formed in 1922
- Swaraj (J) Party, an Indian political party formed in 2012
- Swaraj Party (Burma), a political party active in Burma in the 1920s
- Sushma Swaraj (born 1952), Indian lawyer and politician
- Swaraj Kaushal (born 1952), Indian lawyer and politician, husband of Sushma Swaraj
- Swaraj Prakash Gupta (1931–2007), Indian archaeologist and art historian
- Swaraj (book), a 2012 book by Arvind Kejriwal
- Swaraj Mazda, an Indian automobile manufacturer
- Swarajya (magazine), a weekly magazine founded in 1956
- Indian Home Rule movement, founded in 1916 to obtain the status of Dominion for India within the British Empire
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