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Educational Philosophy of Sant Kabir and its Relevance in Modern Indian Education System


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Sant Kabir was an educationalist with high aims and ideals. He emphasised on the need for india to develop a national spirit to take its place among the nations of the world and to develop educational methods founded on Indian ideals. He became the founder of Modern Education under the name of the society for promotion of Modern Education. He brought a new spirit in the country and worked tirelessly for the promotion of education.

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Sant Kabir, Educational Thoughts, Modern Indian Education.
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Pavanjot Kaur
Sadbhavna College of Education for Women, India

Abstract


Sant Kabir was an educationalist with high aims and ideals. He emphasised on the need for india to develop a national spirit to take its place among the nations of the world and to develop educational methods founded on Indian ideals. He became the founder of Modern Education under the name of the society for promotion of Modern Education. He brought a new spirit in the country and worked tirelessly for the promotion of education.

Keywords


Sant Kabir, Educational Thoughts, Modern Indian Education.

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