Ancient Indian Education: Brahmanical and Buddhist (Google eBook)

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Motilal Banarsidass Publ., Jan 1, 1998 - Brahmans - 655 pages
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the dynamically creative role of the ascetic and mystic within Hinduism.
  

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Contents

PART I
1
Yajiia
7
Rigvedic Educat1on
17
Education 1n the other Vedas
61
Later Vedic Educat1on
71
lAP PAGE
98
Educat1on as described in the Sutra
162
Origin of Sutras 162 Classes of Sutra works 165 Vedaiiga
170
Some Typ1cal Educat1onal Institutions
366
PART II
374
The System According to V1naya
394
Discipl1ne
415
CHAP PAGE
420
Instruction
446
Restrictions 447 Disciplinary Measures 447 Games
452
Discussion as a Method of Education 452 Learned
462

charls Uniform 178 its symbolism 179 Preliminaries
183
Special Vratas for Special Studies 189 Period
191
Holidays 193 Places banned for Study 194 Rules
201
Higher Education 206 Education of Women 208
208
Individual Education 218 Parishad 219 Special Sutra
225
Education in Kautilyas Arthasastra
246
Education as conceived in the Philosophical
258
Education in the Ep1cs
325
CHAP PAGB
338
Industr1al and Vocational Education
345
Industrial Educat1on
468
Educat1on as described 1n the Jatakas
477
Education in the Seventh Century a d
505
Seventh Century a d
535
Univers1t1es
563
570 Harmony of Life amid diversity of Studies
570
yana and Vajrayana at Nalanda 581 Supposed Founders
585
Hall 587 Six DvaraPanditas 588 Vikramasila
593
Learning under the Sena Kings of Bengal 598
599
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