Munda may refer to:

  • Munda, an early Hoysala chieftain from Malnad Karnataka
  • Munda, a village situated near Bilyamin in Lower Kurram Agency, FATA Pakistan.
  • Munda, Solomon Islands, the largest settlement on the island of New Georgia in the Western Province of the Solomon Islands
  • Battle of Munda took place on March 17, 45 BC in the plains of Munda, southern Spain; the last battle of Julius Caesar's civil war against the conservative republicans
  • Battle of Munda Point, a World War II battle
  • Munda, the Latin name of the Mondego River, the largest river in present-day Portugal
  • Munda (Hinduism), a monster that was killed by Chamunda Devi in Hinduism
  • Munda languages, a language family spoken by about 9,000,000 people in eastern and central India
  • Mundari language, a member of the Munda language family, spoken by the Munda people.
  • Munda people, an Adivasi people of eastern India and parts of Bangladesh
  • Birsa Munda (1875–1900), a leader of the Munda people
  • Arjun Munda (born 1968), former Chief Minister of the state of Jharkhand in India
  • Munda is a village situated about 365 km from Delhi, India, in Hanumangarh District of State of Rajasthan