Yaksha (disambiguation)


Yaksha (disambiguation)

Yaksha may refer to:
*Yaksha, name of a broad class of nature-spirits in Hindu and Buddhist mythology
*Yaksha, Komi Republic, a settlement in the Komi Republic, Russia
*Yaksha, Kostroma Oblast, a settlement in Kostroma Oblast, Russia


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