Kapila (disambiguation)

Kapila may refer to the following people:
* Maharshi Kapila, a Vedic sage who lived at the latest around 500 BC
* Mukesh Kapila, British civil servant and United Nations official
* Kapila Vatsyayan (b. 1928), Indian arts scholar and Rajya Sabha M.P.
* Kapila Wijegunawardene (b. 1964), a Sri Lankan criketeer

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