To destroy any culture and civilization, one needs to change it’s education system. This is precisely what the Evangelist British invaders did to Bharat apart from enslaving us heathen (non-Christians) Hindus as per Bible during the colonial rule of nearly two centuries:
? Did fake translations of our Dharmic scriptures to malign it;
? Called our historic epics as mythology;
? Installed their converted agent Raja Ram Mohan Roy as a conversion factory with lot of propaganda about him in our school syllabus;
? Ensured the education system they designed and left for us creates ‘educated’ robots who can only serve their elite class.

Hindus Still Falling For Propaganda And Attacking BJP Govt!

? People take only one statement of Javdekar that not one thing has changed in history books, but not the one he said afterwards. Because it doesn’t suit their agenda.
? Never analyze any move, any statement in isolation.
? Not everything that is said literally means the popular interpretation, some messages have surface meaning to deceit enemies and some hidden messages with the deeper meaning for the righteous society!
? People deep in corruption need to be removed, for that some sweet statements have to be made. 
?Course correction can happen only in gradual manner only after some major hurdles either do home coming after inner transformation or move out. Make no mistake – they can’t be touched!

Why Can’t We See What The Leftists See?!

?Sad to see that even nationalist portals like Swarajmag or Opindia etc. did not research and report on comparing old books (before 2014) vs new books (after 2014) like what leftist portal IndianExpress has done!
?Indian express researched one month and written an article on how much Modi Government has changed the Syllabus.
?Only we don’t see any changes. Enemies on the other side knows very well what is happening on the ground. Reason why whole world is  hell bent in removing Modiji.
?Why are people on our side not able to see this?
?Why we fall for the leftists narrative without doing any research and keep attacking our own leaders who are silently and selflessly cleaning up the mess?

Key Changes/Additions As Reported by IndianExpress

Books meant for students of Classes 6 to 10 carry new or additional information on ancient Indian philosophy, ayurveda, yoga, teachings of Upanishads and smritis and scientific achievements of ancient India in areas such as astronomy and metallurgy.

These changes are part of the textbook review — the first since 2007 — undertaken last year by the NCERT, an autonomous organisation that advises the HRD Ministry on school education. They assume significance against the backdrop of the growing demand from BJP and the RSS to give more space to the country’s ancient past in school textbooks.

HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar’s statements:

NCERT will work on giving students a better understanding of Bharat and its glorious past (IndianExpress highlights ‘glorious past’).

We will replicate such courses with NCERT because we think our true identity begins with the identity of our nation. Without knowing it, we will not be able to decipher the truth about the world. We are open to discussions about the value of our past.

Key Transcripts From The Report Researched By IndianExpress

The Indian Express compared old and new versions of 25 textbooks across five subjects – History, Geography, Political Science, Science and English. The comparison revealed new and additional content on the country’s ancient past not only in history textbooks, but also in science and geography. Consider the key additions:

Chapter 7 of Class 6 History textbook (‘Our Pasts – I’) introduces students to the six schools of Indian philosophy: Vaishesika, Nyaya, Samkhya, Yoga, Purva Mimansa and Vedanta or Uttara Mimansa. These are believed to have been founded by sages Konada, Gotama, Kapila, Patanjali, Jaimini and Vyasa.

Chapter 12 of the same book now carries information on ayurveda. The new paragraph reads:

“Ayurveda is a well known system of health science that was developed in ancient India. The two famous practitioners of Ayurveda in ancient India were Charaka (1st-2nd centuries C.E.) and Sushrut (c. 4th century C.E.). Charak Samhita, written by Charak, is a remarkable book on medicine. In his treatise, Susruta Samhita, Sushruta speaks about elaborate surgical procedures.”

Although the old version of the Class 6 Geography textbook (‘The Earth Our Habitat’) already had material on astronomer Aryabhatta, NCERT has added more information on him in chapters 1 and 3. Chapter 17 of the Class 10 Science book, too, has additional text on Aryabhatta including his work on the Earth’s diameter, solar and lunar eclipses.

The Class 6 Science textbook introduces yoga as “an invaluable gift of the ancient Indian tradition” and highlights its health benefits such relieving joint pain and a healthy heart. This has been introduced in Chapter 8 on body movements.

Chapter 17 of the Class 8 Science textbook touches on ancient India’s achievements in astronomy and states that the practice of astronomy is mentioned in Rig Veda.

“In ancient India our ancestors performed methodical observations of sky. Their knowledge of astronomy was highly advanced for their time. Passage of the Sun, stars, moon and planets in the sky helped them to devise calenders and almanacs.”

In Chapter 17 of the Class 8 Science textbook, NCERT has added new information on what ancient Indian mythology says about the constellation Ursa Major, also known as Saptarshi. It states:

“According to ancient mythology the seven sages who form the Saptarshi, preserve the eternal knowledge of Vedas and explain it to people in every new age.”

Chapter 16 of the Class 10 Science textbook quotes two hymns from Atharva Veda to demonstrate how sustainable living has always been an integral part of India’s tradition and culture.

The chapter also states:

“During the Vedic period, both productive as well as protective aspect of forest vegetation were emphasised. This was the time when the concept of cultural landscape such as sacred forests and groves, sacred corridors and a variety of ethno-forestry practices were evolved that continued to the post-Vedic period, besides a wide range of ethnoforestry practices were infused with the traditions, customs and rituals and followed as a means for protection of nature and natural resource.”

“All the changes and additions made to the textbooks are as per the public feedback received by the Council,” said a senior NCERT official, who did not wish to be identified.

NCERT has made roughly 1,334 changes, which include additions, correction and data update, in its 182 textbooks. Of these, the maximum changes (573) have been made to science books, followed by social science (316) and Sanskrit textbooks (163).

This is the first comprehensive review of NCERT textbooks after the National Curriculum Framework was drafted in 2005. A curriculum revision is also overdue but will only happen once the new education policy is unveiled by the Union government.

Full Source Of IndianExpress Report:

Reactions From Adharmic Ecosystem ???

Those were until 2019 – see how angry she was. Perhaps she must have seen her course books shelved (which we can’t see because we will be always in outrage mode) by NPA minister who earlier promised not to touch even a single page & haven’t anticipated such wide-spread deduction of chapters.
Note: Removal of those chapters is real lessening of burden as per BJP’s 2014 manifesto.
Some people showed outrage on this. But people forgot that Veer Savarkar chapter was introduced by BJP Govt only. Changing one or two is okay but to change whole syllabus we need to change system. Thus NEP. Shanti Mein Kranti !

Not only Union govt but even State governments are not far behind in correcting and enriching the academia (and we still have way to go) for our right and bright future – as it’s the tender brain that gets washed forever by anything fed, so let’s feed it with the right and truthful information .

No wonder that illiberals (led by Romila Thapar) cried about “destruction of academia” if Modi wins just for nothing!

Jai Hind

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