Huda may refer to:

  • Huda (Islam), the Arabic word for guidance.
  • Huda (name), a popular Muslim name (alternately Houda, Hoda). Words from the same root are: hidaya (guidance) and hadi (guide ).
  • Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA), the urban planning agency of the Haryana state.
  • Hyderabad Urban Development Authority, the urban planning agency of the city of Hyderabad India that was expanded and renamed Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority.
  • Al-Huda Institute, a series of Islamic educational institutions for women in Pakistan and Canada.
  • ST Huda, a tugboat operated by Kuwait Oil Company from 1954 to 1965, and then by H H Deeb, until 1967.

Other articles related to "huda":

Al-Huda Islamic Academy
... Its original name was al-Huda Islamic Academy ... Al-Huda in Arabic (الهدى) roughly means "the truth" or "the right path" ...
Masjid Al-Huda
... Masjid Al-Huda, or Al-Huda Mosque is a mosque in Singapore located in the Bukit Timah area ... Al-Huda Mosque or Masjid Al-Huda Al-Huda Mosque, also known as Masjid Al-Huda located at Jalan Haji Alias, Singapore ...
Sigma Huda
... Sigma Huda is a Bangladeshi lawyer and wife of former Bangladesh Nationalist Party government minister and barrister Nazmul Huda ... in social power disparities of race, nationality, caste and colour.” In 2007, Huda was brought before a Bangladeshi court on bribery charges filed by the Anti-Corruption Commission, whereupon she was ... As a result of the conviction, Huda was prevented from leaving Bangladesh despite apparently enjoying diplomatic privileges as a UN rights expert which prevent her ...
Baitul Huda
... Baitul Huda (House of Guidance) refers to Baitul Huda (Amityville), New York, USA Baitul Huda (Chicago) in North Bell Avenue, Illinois, USA Baitul Huda (Sydney), Australia Baitul Huda (Usingen), Germany ...