Savitri Era Learning Forum: January 2013

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SUCCESSOR TO GANDHI May be Master of 35 Languages

30 September 1934, Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954), page 10

…alternate approach to education : Postnoon Arunima Rajan January 29, 2013 The concept of an alternative app­­roach to the way children experience school is not entirely new. Long before the recent upsurge in alternative schooling, social reformers and thinkers had proposed non-formal modes of education in the country. Prominent thinkers and activists like Rabindranath Tagore, Mahatma Gandhi, Jiddu Krishna­mu­rthy, Sri Aurobindo and Gijubhai Badheka have been proponents of a different form of education that was not regimented. Before the British established the current system of education in the country, knowledge was imparted through village scho­ols like pathshalas, gurukuls and madarasas. SUCCESSOR TO GANDHI May be Master of 35 Languages Sunday Times (Perth, WA: 1902 - 1954)  Sunday 30 September 1934…