Kacha may refer to:
- Kacha, Sevastopol, an urban-type settlement under the jurisdiction of the city of Sevastopol on the Crimean Peninsula
- Kacha, Iran, a village in Gilan Province, Iran
- Kacha, Russia, several rural localities in Russia
- Kacha (sage), a mythological sage in Hinduism
- Kacha River, a river in Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia
- 2760 Kacha, a minor planet
- Kāchā, alternative name of Kacha-ye Chahardeh, a village in Gilan Province, Iran
Kacha (, Kaca) was an ancient sage and the son of Brihaspati in Hindu mythology. The narrative of Kacha is mentioned in the Mahābhārata, the Matsya Purana and the Agni Purana. He was known for learning Mrita Sanjivini Mantra (a hymn for reviving the dead) and bringing many dead Devas back to life.
Usage examples of "kacha".
July 1920:-- An unfortunate affair in connection with the Mahajarin occurred on the 8th instant at Kacha Garhi between Peshawar and Jamrud.
Altercation ensued at Islamia College Station, but the train proceeded to Kacha Garhi.
A detachment of Indian troops at Kacha Garhi thereupon fired two or three shots at the Mahajarin for making murderous assault on the British officer.
Ukrainian landing craft had been coming ashore at Mikolaivka and Kacha, just north of Sevastopol, and were on their way to overrunning the entire peninsula.