Hada

Hada may refer to:

  • Hada, or Khata, traditional ceremonial scarf used in Tibet and Mongolia.
  • Hada (surname), a Japanese and Romanian surname
    • Michiko Hada Japanese actress
  • Hada, fairy (Spanish).
  • Hada (肌), skin (Japan).
  • Hada. calmness (Arab).
  • Hada(하다 ), to do (Korea)
  • Hada (activist), Mongol activist advocating for the separation of Inner Mongolia from the People's Republic of China
  • Hada (clan), clan of Rajputs, a branch of the Chauhan clan of Agnivanshi rajputs
  • Hada (moth), a moth genus
  • Hada Town (哈达镇)
    • Hada, Jidong County, in Heilongjiang, China
    • Hada, Fushun County, in Liaoning, China
  • Hyderabad Airport Development Authority

Other articles related to "hada":

Hadoti - Introduction
... name of the region has been taken up from the Hada Rajputs, which comprises a branch of the great Chauhan Rajput clan ... As early as the twelfth century, these Hada people migrated into the Hadoti region ... Hada Rao Deva, a members of this Hada group, occupied Bundi in the year 1241 and also Kota in the year 1264 ...
Hada (moth) - Species
... Hada armeniaca Hada bryoptera Hada extrita Hada fraterna Hada honeyi Hada lurida Hada persa Hada plebeja Hada sutrina Hada tenebra ...
Japanese Swords - Classification - School
... are as follows Sōshū School, known for itame hada and midareba hamon in nie deki ... Yamato School, known for masame hada and suguha hamon in nie deki ... Bizen School, known for mokume hada and midareba hamon in nioi deki ...
Southern Mongolian Democratic Alliance - Historical Background
... Te Gu Si), Wang Manglai ((Chinese Wang Man Lai) and Hada, all students at universities in Hohhot, discussed establishment of the Inner Mongolian People's Party (IMPP), a ... Hada established the Southern Mongolian Democratic Alliance ... Alliance organization was originally named "Mongolian Culture Rescue Committee" and Hada was elected chairman ...
Hada (activist) - Political Activities and Arrest
... Shobshuud)a, Huchuntegusb, Wang Manlaic, and Hada all students at universities in Hohhot, discussed establishment of the Inner Mongolian People's Party, a political party for Mongolians in ... In May 1992, Hada and other Mongol activists (including Tegexi) formed the Southern Mongolian Democratic Alliance (originally named as the Mongolian Culture Rescue Committee) and appointed Hada as chairman ... On December 10, 1995, Hada was arrested at his home by police from the Inner Mongolian Public Security Bureau ...