Abha (disambiguation)

Abha (disambiguation)

Abha may also refer to:
* Abha, the capital of Asir province in Saudi Arabia.
* Abha (football club), a Saudi Arabian football team
* Abha Dawesar (b. 1974), Indian novelist
* Abha (Bahá'í), Arabic for "Most Glorious." Is the superlative form of Bahá. It is also the name of Heaven in the Bahá'í Faith
* Abha Ahuja, networking researcher


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