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Sarka is a village in Birun Bashm Rural District, Kelardasht District, Chalus County, Mazandaran Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 119, in 35 families.


  1. Sarka a.k.a. Sharka Blue is a Czech pornographic film actress born in 1981. She was a nominee for the 2008 AVN Award for Best Sex Scene in a Foreign-Shot Production. She has appeared in over 150 adult movies.
  2. Sarka a.k.a. Ashley Adams: Ashley Phillip Adams is an Australian Paralympic shooting medallist and cattle grazier.

There are other people with in their name, like Sarka Kata, Jakub Sarka, Sarka Sudova, Sarka Kindlova and many others.


Sarka is a zoo animal.


  1. Sarka a.k.a. Šárka is a fictional character from the 2012 film The Messenger.
  2. Sarka a.k.a. Sárka is a fictional character from the 2009 film The Pagan Queen.
  3. Sarka is a fictional character from the 2013 film Little Secret.
  4. Sarka a.k.a. Sárka is a fictional character from the 2013 film Like Never Before.


  1. "Sarka" a.k.a. "Šárka" is an opera in three acts by Leoš Janáček to a Czech libretto by Julius Zeyer, based on Bohemian legends of Šárka in Dalimil's Chronicle. Written in 1887, the opera lay unproduced for many years and was first performed at the Divadlo na Hradbách in Brno on 11 November 1925 in honour of Janáček’s 70th birthday.
  2. "Sarka" a.k.a. "Šárka" is an opera in three acts, opus 51, by Zdeněk Fibich to a Czech libretto by Anežka Schulzová, his student and lover. Fibich composed the full score over the period of 8 September 1896 to 10 March 1897. At the time, Czech audiences regarded Fibich with suspicion as being overly influenced by the music of Richard Wagner, and Fibich had selected the legend of Šárka for this operatic subject to try to counter such sentiments. Even so, the opera still contains use of Wagner's idea of leitmotif.


Sarka a.k.a. The Maidens' War: "The Maidens' War" is a tale in Bohemian tradition about an uprising of women against men. It first appeared in the twelfth-century Chronica Boëmorum of Cosmas of Prague, and later in the fourteenth-century Dalimil's Chronicle.

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Google previewCollaboration Across the Disciplines in Health Care (2010)

by Brenda Freshman, Louis Rubino, Professor and Director of the Health Administration Program California State University - Northridge Northridge California Louis G Rubino, Yolanda Reid Chassiakos


Google previewIsrael in the Apostolic Church (2005)

by Peter Richardson

Israel kata sarka is a synonym for loudaioi and means simply Israel with all its customs, especially those customs which are past and gone because of Christ's sacrifice.5 There is a derogatory tone in the phrase because the particular thing ...

Google previewReport on the Trans-Himalayan Explorations in Connection with the Great Trigonometrical Survey of India During 1865-67 (1867)

Sarké J ong Tarjum, 29 Sarka is a large village containing numerous houses ...

Google previewThe Journal of the Royal Geographical Society (1868)

Sarkd Jong Tarjum 29 Sarka is a large village containing numerous houses built of sun- dried ...

Google previewThe Journal of the Royal Geographic Society of London (1868)

Sarkst Jong Tarjum 29 Sarka is a large village containing numerous houses built ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Skiing (2011)

by E. John B. Allen

Sarka Zahrobska (CZE) Combined: Janica Kostelic (CRO ), ...

Google previewDictionary of Nursing (2003)

by Peter Hodgson Collin

psychopath /'sarkapa20/ noun a person with a long-term mental disorder characterised by antisocial and often violent behaviour psychopathic /,sarka' pa201k/ adjective referring to psychopaths or psychopathy psychopathological / ...

Google previewConcise Oxford Dictionary of Archaeology (2008)

by Timothy Darvill

Sarka style [De] Late variant of the LBK ceramics in western Bohemia around 4000–3900 BC. Sarka vessels were painted with black spirals on buff fabric before firing. sarsen [Ma] Hard crystalline sandstone found as boulders scattered across ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Panjábí Language (1854)

by J. Newton, North India school of medicine for Christian women, Ludhiana mission

Hdaiti\ sarka.dha, m.

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