We must now critically understand the relevance of the education system in ancient India. Has modern educational ethics helped to understand Indian society? Do we want to be real thinkers again or do we want to be in the current moderate system? India needs to think carefully about how much the foreign education system has helped it. Now it’s time to dump her and move on.

Artificial intelligence in education: focusing on the greater good

Learning and understanding the basics of Indian education. He was remembered after countless attacks. In the past, India was one of the most prosperous countries in the world. He believed in using natural resources as needed. Excessive exploitation of natural resources has not been developed and encouraged. In India, people worship nature: plants, wind, fire, water, sun, etc. It confirms his respect for all living things on earth. The use of the sea in Hinduism should be avoided and it is called “Samandarmantan”. Education is a good thing, it is the primary responsibility of a teacher and he should not expect salary from students. The teacher took teaching as a mission.


Scholars have also helped reform societies. We can recall the contribution of a senior professor of economics at Thakshila and Nalanda universities. The number of people who felt the need to create an undivided population for the economic development of the region. He helped Chandra Gupta establish the Mauryan Empire, which ruled the entire subcontinent and beyond. This empire has given us a system that has recently given us the moral standards set by Indians. The standard of education was high and people from far and wide came to India to study all the streams of science. Indians also worship Saraswati, the goddess of education. Even today it is celebrated with great fanfare.


The job of Hindus is to educate the child about learning and this is the culture of India. Indian society is based on education. The educated people of the so-called Brahmin society are given high status. Becoming a Brahmin in ancient times took a lot of hard work. He was not born in those days. One person had to take up this profession and later he could become a Brahmin. The Brahmins could not get an education. Education was free in ancient India. The kingdom funds education. India is a country with low literacy but high education. People think about life, nature, plants, its importance, etc.


The education system in India is based on the principle of general development. Mind and emotions. The Indian system has introduced the Brahma system because it has placed so much emphasis on moral development. Only students should learn during this time. The Indian system emphasizes learning through training. It was actually based on religious customs and practices. There is no conflict with education because one must understand that religion was a way of life at that time. Man had to live a strict lifestyle and he still had to take it. The Old Testament describes some of the teachings of the Eighth. Systems and methods to follow.


But there were some shortcomings. Education was limited to those who deserved it and not everyone could do it. Second, he was the center of the teacher, meaning his knowledge was considered perfect for everything he had to do with the teacher. Buddhism democratized education and allowed everyone to learn. This helped expand education and institutionalize education through the construction of universities. Buddhism did not deviate from the Hindu religion and was widely accepted. Here, too, teachers and students must be religious and follow strict rules. Even he was not completely out of the old teaching system. Even Buddha said, “Buddha Sarnan Gachhmi” (come to Buddha for enlightenment). Remember that the great saints of ancient times developed their knowledge contrary to what they and the Buddha said. But he was opposed to the education system on a very small scale. It may lower the standard of education but it has improved people’s understanding in India in general.