Kashmiri Pandit painters.
Proponents of Kashmir Shaivism.

Acharya Abhinavagupta
Abhinavagupta was a great scholar and Shaiva teacher, who possessed knowledge in all matters relating to Kashmir Shaivism. 

Lal Ded
Kashmir has produced many saints, poets and mystics. Among them, Lal Ded is very prominent. In Kashmir, some people consider her a poet, some consider her a holywoman and some consider her a sufi, a yogi, or a devotee of Shiva. 

Swami Lakshman Joo
As a man, he was upright, humble and very generous. Hundreds and thousands flocked to him for succor and he was not found wanting in this respect. Many an afflicted found solace in his presence.

Dinanath Yaksh
The Sanskritic Shastras have survived in India as a part of the Vedic ritualistic culture. The Vedic ritualism has been a text-based culture. In the development of this ritual-culture a variety of sciences emerged as a part of it thus making it richer. 

Baljinath Pandit

Professor Baljinath Pandit was born in the year 1916 in a village called Kulgam situated in the district of Anantnag in Kashmir. His parents were Pandit Aftabram Pandit and Srimati Amaravati. He did his primary and secondary education from a school in his native village Kulgam.

Professor Nilkanth Gurtoo

Nilkanth Gurtoo
He was born on 2 January, 1925 in Srinagar (Kashmir) and was a son of Pandit Tarachand Gurtoo. He was initiated into Sanskrit studies by Pandit Maheshwar Nath Nehru. Pandit Jankinath Dhar (Vanaprastha) of Arya Samaj taught him the Astadhyayi of Panini.