HistoryEducational institutions of Hindus were called –

Educational institutions of Hindus were called -


  1. A
    School
  2. B
    Pathshalas
  3. C
    Madarasa
  4. D
    None of the above 

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    The educational institutions of Hindus were called Pathshala.
    Sanskrit and native language schools provided primary education to Hindu pupils (Pathshalas). Modern vernacular languages were the medium of instruction in vernacular Pathshalas. The main goals of this education were:
    1)      Character development.
    2)      Personality growth.
    3)      The preservation of traditional culture.
    4)      The instillation of a sense of volunteerism and religious observance.
    The importance of self-control and discipline was highlighted. Most Hindu schooling during the Vedic era occurred in the middle of a forest. The Vedic Civilization advanced with learning through earlier universities in the ensuing period.
     
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