Asita is a parvata (mountain) mentioned in Vanaparva of Mahābhārata (Mahabharata). It is located in the land of Ānarta (Anarta), in western India, by the river Narmadā (Narmada). The mountain is full of many fruit-bearing trees —
vahumūlaphalopetastusito nāma parvataḥ.
The hermitages of Sage Viśvāmitra (Viswamitra) and Sage Kakṣasena (Kakshasena) were located near this mountain.

In Purāṇa (Purana; Mythological Scripture), Asita parvata is described as a sacred site of pilgrimage. It is the abode of Sage Asita, and if one conducting śrāddhakārya here, it yields great fruits of Puṇya (Punya; virtue).

According to the scholar P.K. Bhattacharyya, Asita parvta was located near Ujjayinī (Ujjayini). He also thinks that it could have been part of the Ṛkṣa (Riksha) parvata.