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Sometime back when I visited a Restaurant in Bangaluru ,I got attracted to a wall photo frame of James Bond titled ‘James Bonda’, Humorously comparing a popular Indian Dish ‘Bonda’ to the popular fictional British Secret service Agent.

Bonda is a typical South Indian snack that has various sweet and spicy versions of it in different regions

Bonda References Bonda – details and analysis

The word Bonda has a web popularity of 14,300,000 pages.

What means Bonda?

The meaning of Bonda is: Former Anglo-Scandinavian form of Bóandi

Web synthesis about this name:

…Bonda is the director of interior design at the washington.

Bonda is an indian dish which is round and really spicy.

Bonda is the only place in north america that puts the finishing touches to kilometers of mohair fabric before it is ready to be sewn into.

Bonda is the director of environmental communications for environdesignworks.

Bonda is a local name for tender coconut and mela means festival.

Bonda is one item in hotels which is seen lesser and lesser now a days.

Bonda is currently the director of environmental communication for lc clark publishing co.

Bonda is a small part of the village mezzano mortegliengo.

Bonda is one of the oldest know cultures in india today.

Bonda is verder vooral de taak ervoor te zorgen dat er in de op.

What is the origin of name Bonda? Probably Romania or Russia.

Bonda spelled backwards is Adnob

This name has 5 letters: 2 vowels (40.00%) and 3 consonants (60.00%).

Anagrams: Baodn Anbod Naobd Nodba Obnad Anodb Odban Andob

Misspells: Bonds Bondaa Bnoda Bonad Bodna