List of Kashmiri Pandits

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This is a list of persons of Kashmiri Pandit lineage.

Military[edit]

Administrators and diplomats[edit]

Kuldeep Khoda . Officer of Indian Police Service, 1974 Batch. Had the distinction of serving as heading Jammu & Kashmir Police as its Director General for the longest tenure of 5 years (2007-12). During his period at helm the terrorism came down to lowest levels in the state and is credited as the most successful DGP in getting the state to near normalcy. He is considered to be a security expert of high order and a writer on security strategic affiars.

Politicians[edit]

Scholars, writers and educationalists[edit]

Visual and performing artists[edit]

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