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Pupa is the name of a Hasidic dynasty within Orthodox Judaism.

The dynasty is named after the town of its origin (according to the Yiddish name), also known in Hungarian as Pápa. Before World War II, Puppa had an important yeshiva which produced many well-known Orthodox rabbis in Hungary. The whole community was deported to Auschwitz and only a very few individuals came back. Currently there are no Jews community in Puppa, Hungary.

The group is based in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, New York, with branches in Boro Park section of Brooklyn, Monsey, New York , and a Yeshiva in Ossining (Westchester County), New York. Pupa operates Jewish Torah schools for boys and girls. It is headed by the Pupa Rebbe who has several thousand followers, mostly in their Williamsburg location in Brooklyn.