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Throw light on educational-philosophy of Ravindranath Tagore.

- World famous litterateur, painter, journalist, teacher, philosopher, musician, philosopher, educationist Rabindranath Tagore was a Bengali poet, storyteller, lyricist, composer, playwright, essayist from India land. There are such glorious personalities who have the distinction of being the first Indian to receive the Nobel Prize. Tagore played a big role in introducing the West countries to the best form of Indian culture and introducing India to the culture of Western countries, and he is generally regarded as an extraordinary Indian
Considered a creative artist. Who received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1913 on his work Geetanjali.
Tagore was a great educationist, according to him, the best education is that which harmonizes our life with the whole creation. The task of education is to bring man to this condition. Tagore considered education to be a process of development and considered the basis of spiritual development. He gave education to ancient
Has given place to the Indian ideal. According to him, the same education is the best, which gives spiritual philosophy and liberates from life and death. Tagore found.
According to the human, physical, intellectual, economic, commercial human being, the aim of education is to get the child to have a full life, so that the child can have full development.

The main aim is to train all his organs and senses, to make them aware of the reality of life, to provide information about the environment and to adapt to it, to teach the child patience, self-discipline, moral and spiritual qualities. He said that it is only by climbing trees, dipping in ponds, breaking flowers, doing Nana Prakara's stubbornness with the nature mother that the joy of the child as well as the brain and childhood
There is satisfaction of natural impulses.

Schools should be in the nature of nature. Their development should be in service of life. Through trees, animals and birds could feel the secrets of water and air. Boys and girls should be filled with fear and fear of cosmopolitanism. His course included an active course including history, science, nature, geography, literature, drama, excursion, horticulture, laboratory, drawing, sports social service.

They have considered travel as the best teaching method. Has given important position to the teacher. The school should be a balance between nature and society. Schools should be in the lap of nature away from the distractions of the city. Santiniketan was established with all these objectives. Dr. HB Mukerji, while evaluating Tagore's entire education philosophy, wrote - Tagore was the prophet of the educational revival of modern India. He fought relentlessly to establish the best honors of education in front of the country. He experimented in the field of education and made it a living symbol of the ideal.

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