2 edition of Education in ancient India found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -114).Includes passages in Sanskrit.Study with reference to Vedic and post-Vedic literature.Includes index.
|Statement||Sri Satguru Publications|
|Publishers||Sri Satguru Publications|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 103 p. :|
|Number of Pages||49|
|3||Sri Garib Das oriental series ;|
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Their yardstick of smartness is interest in stock exchanges, glamour, pubs, parties, discos or late night culture, which gives rise to many kinds of social problems. Valabhi in Gujarat and Vikramshila in Bihar were famous centers of learning. Influence on modern youth A drastic change is visible in the values, behavior and etiquette of a new educated neo- rich youth of elitist class, which has emerged especially in Metros.
India has a Education in ancient India tradition of learning and education right from the beginning of time. Monitorial method Monitorial method was adapted for which soe brilliant and territories student were engaged with theire classmates 5. Training, along with sound education system becomes necessary for applying knowledge in real life. No nation can afford to have a large number of its population to remain illiterate, ignorant and unskilled.
Shiva -Shakti stood for Divine masculine-feminine union, four elements of nature — Om stood for the sound of creation, Trishul for trinity, Lotus for balance, Venus star for creativity, Sacrifice for an offering to gods, Purush and prakriti for ideal man-woman relationship, Somras as a symbol of divine bliss etc.
Regular teaching program was primarily in the retelling of the Vedas, teaching of reading and writing. The number of lady scholars in such a technical science was so profound and large that it became essential to coin a new term to address them. For example, the Indus River, which flows across the northern region of the s.
In the vocational system of education young men used to work as apprentices under a master for a number of years and gained expertise in their respective professions.
There was only one good engineering college at Roorkee.
anyone interested in the comparative study of education is bound to consult this volume for the Indian part of it.