Formal Education System in Ancient India

by Sushmita Nath | 2016 | 63,563 words

Summary: This essay sudies the formal education system in Ancient India with reference to Vedic and Buddhist period and its relevance today. The first part deal with educational methods prevalent during the Samhita Brahamana periods and the associated rules, ceremonies and duties of pupils in this period of ancient India. It is also observed how Buddhists developed organished educational institutions such as the world renowned Takshashila, Nalanda Mahavihara university and Valabhi.


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