Kadamba is a Sanskrit word meaning dove and may refer to:
- Kadamba dynasty of Banavasi
- Kadambas of Hangal
- Kadambas of Goa
- Kadambas of Halasi
- Kadambas of Bankapur, Kadambas of Bayalnad, Kadambas of Nagarkhanda and Kadambas of Uchchangi
- Kadamba alphabet
- Kadamba architecture
- Kadamba tree
- Kadamba Transport Corporation, a state owned transport company ( Goa)
- INS Kadamba, a new base of the Indian Navy
- Kadamba (1983 film)
- Kadamba (2004 film)
Kadamba is a 2004 Indian Kannada language drama film starring Vishnuvardhan, Bhanupriya and Naveen Krishna in the lead roles. The film is directed and written by director Suresh Krissna, making his debut in Kannada cinema and features soundtrack from Deva. The film story is inspired the 1974 Tamil movie Thanga Pathakkam.
Released on 16 January 2004, the film met with average and critical response at the box-office.
Kadamba is a 1983 Indian Malayalam film, directed by P. N. Menon and produced by PV George. The film stars Prakash, Jayanthi, Sathaar and Achankunju in lead roles. The film had musical score by K. Raghavan.
Usage examples of "kadamba".
Near the unwalled city, the priest sat down before the pandit, Ratna Ram, whose seat was under the kadamba tree by the temple of Maha Dev.