Sikandar (سکندر) is a Persian rendition of the name Alexander popular in South Asia, figuratively connoting "defender," "king," "conqueror," etc. It is a variant of Iskandar.
1.1 Rulers 1.2 Other people
2 Places 3 Media 4 See also
Sikandar Hayat Khan, British Indian politician Sikandar Khan Khoso, Pakistani politician and poet Sikandar Kher, Indian actor Sikandar Jah, also known as Mir Akbar Ali Khan Sikander Jah, Asaf Jah III, ruler of Hyderabad Sikandar Sultan, Pakistani businessman Sikander Bakht, Indian politician Sikander Bakht, Pakistani cricketer Sikander Baloch, Pakistani journalist and television news anchorman
Secunderabad, a city in Telangana, India Sekandar, Markazi, a village in Markazi Province, Iran Sikandar, Iran, a village in Sistan and Baluchestan Province, Iran Sikandar Bagh, a fortified villa and garden in Lucknow, India, a sepoy stronghold during the Indian Mutiny
The sword that kattappa breaks to show what a warrior he is also was named Sikandar. (From Bahubali 1)
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