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Paṇḍita (Hindi: paṇḍit; Indonesian/Malay: pendeta; Mongol: bandida; Javanese: pandito, pendito, pendeto; Tibetan: khepa; Wyl: mkhas pa), a Sanskrit word meaning learned master, may refer to:
It is also a caste among Kashmiri pandits.
- Pandita (Buddhism), a Buddhist teacher skilled in five sciences
- Agga Maha Pandita, an honorific title used in Theravada Buddhism
- Pandit, the Hindi variant, a broad term for teacher in the ancient and contemporary Indian context
- Pandita (Islam), a term for Muslim ritual specialists in the Philippines
- Balajinnatha Pandita (1916–2007), Sanskrit scholar
- Farah Pandith (born 1968)
- Gadadhara Pandita, an associate of Hindu social reformer Chaitanya Mahaprabhu
- Lakshmana Pandita, 15th century Indian medical author
- Pandita Ramabai (1858–1922), Indian social reformer
- Sakya Pandita (1182–1251), 13th-century Tibetan Buddhist scholar
- Rahul Pandita, Indian author and journalist
- Sayadaw U Pandita (1921–2016), Burmese Theravada master
- Zaya Pandita (1599–1662), Buddhist missionary priest and the most prominent Oirat Buddhist scholar
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