Baňa

Bana may refer to:

  • The Fali people, especially in Nigeria
  • Bana, Guinea
  • Bana, Rajasthan, in India
  • Bana (singer), balladeer from Cape Verde
  • Bana, Hungary, a village
  • Banasura, an asura in Hindu mythology
  • Bāṇabhaṭṭa, 7th-century Indian writer
  • Bana, Burkina Faso, one of the 10 communes of the Balé Province of Burkina Faso
  • Bana, Cameroon, a village
  • Bana, Niger, a commune and village
  • The Bana people of West Africa
  • The Bana (clan) of India
  • Eric Bana (born 1968), Australian actor and comedian
  • Bana, slayer of St. Juthwara
  • Bana, Japanese pop singer
  • Shiva lingham stones, sacred Indian stone
  • Bana Cathedral, a ruined medieval Christian cathedral in northeastern Turkey
  • Bana Kingdom, an ancient dynasty of South India
  • BANA (basic analog loop), a type of leased telecommunications line
  • BANA (Bay Area National Anarchists), a self-proclaimed National Anarchist group

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