Kala or Kalah may refer to:

In Hinduism
  • Kāla (time), a Sanskrit word for "time"
  • Kalā: 64 arts
  • Kala Bo, a Hindu consort goddess
  • Kirtimukha, a fierce guardian face
  • Batara Kala, a god in Javanese and Balinese mythology
  • Kala Ratri, a Hindu goddess
In culture
  • Kala (Tarzan), a character in the Tarzan novels
  • Kala Bazar, a 1960 Hindi film
  • Kala Bazaar, a 1989 Hindi film
  • Kala (film), a 2007 Indonesian film
  • Kala, a character in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  • Kala (comics), a Marvel Comics character
  • An alternative spelling of the game of Kalah
  • Kala Namak, a salty and pungent smelling condiment used in South Asia
  • Kala khatta, syrup poured on crushed ice to form a Gola
In music
  • Kala (album), the second studio album by British musical artist M.I.A.
    • Kala Tour, tour associated with the above album
In geography
  • As an alternate spelling of Qala, or "fortress" in Persian:
    • Kala, Afghanistan
    • Qala, Azerbaijan, also spelled Kala, a town in Azerbaijan
    • Kala, Semnan, a village in Semnan Province, Iran
    • Kalah, Hormozgan, a village in Hormozgan Province, Iran
    • Kala, Kyrgyzstan, a village in Kyrgyzstan
    • Kala Board, a neighbourhood in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
    • Kala Gujran, a town in Punjab, Pakistan
    • Kala, Punjab, a town in Punjab, Pakistan
  • Kala e Dodës, a municipality in Dibër County, Albania
  • El Kala District, a district in Algeria
    • El Kala National Park, a national park within this district
    • El Kala, the district seat
  • Kala Amb, an area in Himachal Pradesh, India
  • Kala Nera, a village in Magnesia, Greece
  • Kala, a town in Kala/Balge Local Government Area of Borno State, Nigeria
  • Kala, Sarpsborg, a small place in southeastern Norway
  • Kala Bakra, a village in Punjab, India
  • Kala Ghoda, a district in South Mumbai, India
  • Kala Pokhri, a village in the state of West Bengal, India
  • Kala Patthar, a mountain in the Himalayas of Nepal
  • Kala Wewa, a reservoir in Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka
  • Itchan Kala, a town of the city of Khiva, Uzbekistan
  • Kala Hose, American mixed martial artist
  • Hemlata Kala (born 1975), Indian cricketer
  • Hüseyin Kala (born 1987), Turkish footballer
  • Minna Mäki-Kala, a Finnish beauty pageant titleholder
  • Käla Mandrake (born 1976), American photographer, author and producer
  • Kala Ramnath (born 1967), Indian violinist
  • Kala Venkata Rao (1900–1959), Indian freedom fighter and politician
  • Kala Nath Shastry (born 1936), Indian Sanskrit scholar
In other uses
  • Elkalyce kala, a butterfly found in India
  • KALA (FM), a radio station (88.5 FM) licensed to Davenport, Iowa, United States
  • Kala Health Enrichment, Corporation
  • "Kala" means "dark" or "black" in Hindi-Urdu and other Indo-Aryan languages

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All India Fine Arts And Crafts Society
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