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In the development of Indian culture, the four purusharthas, four years, four ashrams were interdependent for the achievement of their goals Gurukuls played an important role in the formation of Indian civilization and culture The inner life was simple, reverent, devotional and renunciation By staying close to the Guru, the disciples
- The inner life is simple, reverent, devotional and renunciation learned from personality and behavior Samvartan rites were done and sent to the family
- Raghuvamsa Katha- Kaus - 14 thousand golden pawns - related to education Fully indicative of royal duties

Ancient education system -
A. Formal -
  a) Temples  b) Ashrams   c) Gurukuls
B. Informal-
  a) Family   b) Priestly   c) Pandit   d) Ascetic   c) Festivals

- Gurukul walking in temples
- Main purpose of Gurukul – develops knowledge and focuses on education
- Theology and weaponry were taught

Purpose – discretion and self-control
   - character improvement
   - Social awareness
   - Spiritual development
   - Protection of knowledge and culture

- In Gurukul – Vedas, Mathematics, Science, English, Economics etc

-Employment related education was given
   (1) Commerce – Account
   (2) Agriculture – self reliance self employment
   (3) Animal husbandry – for agricultural as well as domestic use
   (4) Poultry
   (5) Animal training
   (6) Mechanics – Machinery in daily use
   (7) Rathkar (vehicle designing) – There were 36,500 gurukuls in India before independence.