K. N. Pandita

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K. N. Pandita, also known as Kashi Nath Pandita (born 1929), is an Indian historian. He was born in Baramulla, Jammu & Kashmir.[1] He studied and worked at Panjab University and University of Tehran, taught at the University of Kashmir and was the former professor and director at the Center of Central Asian Studies at the University of Kashmir.[2] He was awarded UGC Emeritus Fellowship in Central Asian Studies 1978–88, and was awarded by the President and Vice President of India in 1985 and 1987 (respectively) for his academic attainments.[3]



  1. ^ "World People's Blog » Blog Archive » Kashi Nath Pandita – India". word.world-citizenship.org.
  2. ^ Muḥammad, A. K., & Pandit, K. N. (2009). A Muslim missionary in mediaeval Kashmir: Being the English translation of Tohfatu'l-ahbab. New Delhi: Voice of India.
  3. ^ "Padma Shri for Prof KN Pandita". tribuneindia.com. Retrieved 22 December 2017.

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