Eka or EKA may refer to:

  • A prefix used to name chemical elements predicted by Mendeleev
  • Murray Field, an airport which has IATA airport code EKA
  • David W. Eka, an African church leader
  • Eka Darville, an Australian actor
  • EKA (supercomputer), a supercomputer developed by Tata Sons
  • Eesti Kunstiakadeemia (Estonian Academy of Arts)
  • EKA (knives), a Swedish knives manufacturer
  • Engaging Key Assets (EKA), a type of leadership style

Other articles related to "eka":

Proteas EKA AEL - European Victories
2002 Regional Challenge Cup 2003 Qualifying Round EKA AEL - Nikol Fert-G Limassol (CYP) 84 - 6 ... November 2002 Regional Challenge Cup 2003 Qualifying Round HKK ... Petersburg - Proteas EKA AEL St. 77 - 29 ... January 2008 EuroCup 2008 Qualifying Round Proteas EKA AEL – Spartak St ...
Carnatic Music Terminology - Tālams - Eka Tālam
... Eka tālam refers to the group of tālams that consist of 1 lagu only ... Eka tālam also refers to chathusra-jathi eka tālam as a default (4 beats in an āvartanam) ...
Bedugul - Eka Karya Botanic Garden
... The Eka Karya Botanic Garden was established under the auspices of Indonesia's first president, Sukarno, on July 15, 1959 ... The Eka Karya Botanical Garden has won the Cipta Pesona Award 2011 from the Culture and Tourism Ministry in recognition of natural tourist attractions, cultural ...
Eka Ramdani
... Eka Ramdani (born in Purwakarta, West Java, 18 June 1984) is an Indonesian footballer, he normally plays as a midfielder and his height is 160 cm ... Normally, people called him Eka or Cebol ...
EKA (supercomputer)
... EKA is a supercomputer built by the Computational Research Laboratories (a subsidiary of Tata Sons) with technical assistance and hardware provided by Hewlett-Packard ... Eka means the number One in Sanskrit ...