News Everyday Digital Desk: Ancient Indian culture is practiced all over the world. The acceptance of yoga or Ayurveda in modern life is increasing. These subjects are taught in schools in many countries. This time Indian culture, history, yoga or Ayurveda will also be practiced in schools in Saudi Arabia. That is what Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia has planned.
[আরও পড়ুন: করোনা যুদ্ধে এবার শামিল রাম মন্দির তহবিল, অনুদানের অর্থে গড়া হবে অক্সিজেন প্ল্যান্ট]
A number of changes are being made to the school education curriculum as planned by Prince Mohammed bin Salman. And this plan has been named ‘Vision 2030’. It will give students an idea about the history and culture of different countries, not just India.
[আরও পড়ুন: করোনা মোকাবিলায় এবার আসরে বায়ুসেনা, অক্সিজেন সরবরাহে নামল মালবাহী বিমান]
According to the plan, Ramayana and Mahabharata have already been included in the school curriculum of Saudi Arabia. Along with that, several subjects about yoga and Ayurveda will also be taught. Not only that, in Vision 2030, English language education has also been made compulsory. Saudi Arabia has launched # Vision2030 for the educational sector and includes History of Hinduism, Buddhism, Ramayana, Mahabharata, Dharma, Karma in its new curriculum for students. pic.twitter.com/VujH2V8dV7— Alter Ego (@ Alter_Ego45) April 16, 2021 Several netizens posted pictures of school book pages on social media. It shows how the culture of different countries has already entered the books of Saudi Arabian students. There are topics like Hinduism, Buddhism, Mahabharata and religion. A netizen says he enjoys teaching his daughter in Saudi Arabia. Twitter user named Nouf-al-Marwai wrote, The screenshot of my son’s school exam today in the book of social studies includes concepts and history of Hinduism, Buddhism Ramayana, Karma, Mahabharata, and Dharma. I enjoyed helping her study. ”- swami prem akash (@ swami210713) April 18, 2021 Sangbad Pratidin News App: Download to get the latest news updates News Like to stay in the daily news Like on Facebook and follow on Twitter Follow.