Appayya Dikshita
Appayya Dikshita
Appayya Dikshita
Appayya Dikshita
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Currently in PANDiT
35,582 Prints
12,052 Works
6,705 Manuscripts
5,804 Extracts
4,750 Persons
300 Sites
135 Institutions
48 Collections

65,328 entities in total
Featured Project: Vedānta BORI

The project systematically charts a large corpus by digitizing BORI’s carefully curated descriptive catalog on Vedānta manuscripts. Learn more

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A research project about the scientific heritage of South Asia in the pre-colonial period. Learn more

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About PANDiT

PANDiT is a digital humanities project with a unique and ambitious task: to create a database for the vast world of South Asian letters. The name stands for the Sanskrit title of a virtuoso scholar with full mastery of traditional knowledge systems, but as an acronym it also states the project’s main objective: the creation of a Prosopographical Database of Indic Texts. Broadly stated, PANDiT seeks to store, curate, and share reliable data on works, people, places, institutions, and manuscripts from premodern South Asia, in addition to relevant secondary sources, and to do so across period, language, discipline and subject matter. It is designed as an interactive web-based repository that scholars of every South Asian specialty and interest can contribute to and as a basic tool on which they will routinely come to rely.