Hamsa can refer to:
Hamsa, a Near Eastern symbol often used as a protective amulet by Muslims and Jews.
Hamsa (bird), a goose or swan in Indian culture.
Hamsa (musical group)(חמסה), an Israeli musical quintet.
*A subsidiary Purana in Hinduism.
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