Mahua may refer to:
- Madhuca longifolia, a tree in the family Sapotaceae
- Mahua (snack), a traditional fried Chinese snack
- Mahua (plant), a tree in the family Sapotaceae
- Mahuaa TV, Bhojpuri language Indian General Entertainment television Channel
- Mahua (liquor), indigenously made Indian moonshine alcoholic beverage
- Mahua (Vidhan Sabha constituency), assembly constituency in Vaishali district in the Indian state of Bihar
Mahua (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is an assembly constituency in Vaishali district in the Indian state of Bihar. It is an open seat from 2010 but was earlier reserved for scheduled castes
Mahua or Fried Dough Twist is a Chinese dough twist that is fried in peanut oil. It has a shiny and golden look. It was prepared in various ways with or without yeast but usually have a more dense and solid texture than Youtiao when made.
The most famous brand is "18th Street Fried Dough Twists" from Tianjin, because the shop originated from the 18th Street of the old town.
Mahua is a 1969 Bollywood film starring Shiv Kumar Pahtak and Anjana Mumtaz
Usage examples of "mahua".
The town had doubtless stood here for æons but gave the impression of having just been set up in the midst of an ancient forest, as giant trees—teaks, mangoes, mahua, mahogany, coconut-palm, axle-wood, and one or two cathedral-sized banyan trees—stood between houses, and spread and merged overhead to create a second roof high above the palm frond thatchings that topped the buildings.