Kamboja (Sanskrit: कम्बोज) may refer to:
*the tribe of the Kambojas of the Hindukush
**Kambojas in South Asian literature
*the Kamboja Kingdom, one of the Mahajanapadas of Iron Age India
*the Kamboja Dynasty of medieval Bengal
*the Kshatriya Kamboj clan of South Asia
*Kamboja (name)
*Kaboja or Kabojhya of the ancient inscriptions of Ceylon (Sri Lanka).
*Kambuja kings of Cambodia

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*Term Kamboja and its variants

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