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                                     Research Paper—Education
                               A STUDY OF THE EDUCATIONAL
                               THOUGHTS OF ACHARYA VINOBA
                                BHAVE AND ITS RELEVANCE TO
                                 PRESENT INDIAN EDUCATION
 Dec.-09—Jan.-2010
                                         *Anand Prasad Passi
                                         **Dr. Arpana Godbole
           *Research Scholar, Deptt. of Education, University of Lucknow, Lucknow
              **Lecturer Faculty of Education, University of Lucknow,Lucknow
India has a very vast cultural of acquiring and                   He came in contact with Gandhiji in Benaras.
distributing knowledge. Education has played a very         Gandhiji sent him to Sabarmati
important role in the development of Indian struggle              Ashram. He got the philosophy of truth, non-
for freedom. It was the education through which the         violence and Satyagraha from Gandhiji. He took active
Indian came across the knowledge of west. Education         part in the non- co-operation movement. He leaded
brought the very ideas of liberty, eternity and equality    Nagpur Satyagraha and went to jail he wrote his famous
of French Revolution. It has provided the base for          book of ‘Gita Pravachan’. Acharya Vinoba Bhave tried
may social workers who gave all their lives for the         for the welfare of all mankind. His belief was that service
development and welfare of the mankind.                     of mankind is the worship of God. His Sarvodaya
     India has provided many thinkers who have              philosophy want to have the all over development for
cherished the world of education, with their basic          the last individual of the nation. He wants to create a
philosophies and educational thoughts. They have            classless, casteless and exploitation less society. He
guided the thinking and modes of behavior of our            was a true follower of Gandhiji. In real sense, he was
people and also the education in our land for               making the dream of ‘gram-swaraj’ and the philosophy
generations. Their educational thoughts have helped         of Sarvodaya of gandhiji true. He tried to establish a
us to pattern our own conception of education               society with co-operation, love and unity through his
consistent with our cultural heritage. Their minds have     Bhudan, gramdan Sampatti dan, jeevan dan and
been liberal as to permit any noble idea a place in their   shantisena movements.
outlook, so they did not suffer from any reservations.            Need of the study:- Vinoba Bhave was a famous
     Vinayak Narhari Bhave was born on September            philosopher, political thinker and social worker of India.
11, 1895, at Gagoda village in the district of Colaba in    He has been regarded as one of the best philosopher
the present state of Maharastra. Vinoba belongs to a        of India. Many research works have been done taking
very highly respected Chitpavan Brahmin family.his          him as a philosopher or as a political thinker but there
grandfather, Shambhurao, was an Ayurvedic physician.        are very few researches which prove him as an
The name of Vinoba’s father was Narhari pant, who           educationist. In the present educational environment
was a textile technologist at Baroda. His mother,           of India, his ideas about the work and role of teacher
Rukmani Devi, was a deeply religious lady who               are very relevant. He says, “the duty of the leaders of
influenced Vinoba bent of mind and character                common people is to behave according to time and to
immensely.                                                  go further than the attitudes of people and to guide
                                                            them as the time goes on”. He wants the teacher to
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play the role of the leader of the common people. His          Pandey, R.S.(1999), had written a book titled
ideas about regional universities are also relevant for   ‘Great educationist of World’. He had given an account
higher education.                                         of Vinobaji’s meeting with Gandhiji. The chapter also
Statement of the problem:                                 includes the role of the teacher as the leader of society.
     A study of the educational thoughts of Acharya       He also had briefly explained the relevance of
Vinoba Bhave and its relevance to present Indian          educational thoughts of Vinoba Bhave.
education.                                                     Tomar, J.P.S and Tomar, R.P.(2006) have written
Objectives of the studies:                                an article ‘Pavitra Vicharon ke Praneta Manavtavadi
     1.To study out the salient features of educational   Sant Vinoba’. They have taken Vinoba Bhave as a real
ideas of Acharya Vinoba Bhave. 2. To find out the         dutiful saint. They said that bhave’s thoughts move
relevance of educational ideas of Acharya Vinoba          around ‘Sarvodaya philosophy’.they mentioned
Bhave in present Indian education.                        Vinoba’s view about basic and free education for all.
REVIEW OF THE RELATED LITERATURE                          The idea of inclusion of poor and adult illiterates in the
     Kalelkar,K. (1971) had written a book named          new education is also explained briefly. They have
‘vinoba: vyaktitava aur vichaar’. In this book he had     explained about the importance of local history and
taken different aspects of vinobaji’s life. His life      geography, daily routine life, good food, good health,
philosophy,his work as freedom fighter, social worker     a cleanliness etc.
and political thinker had been mentioned in this book.    METHODOLOGY OF THE STUDY
His educational ideas are also viewed briefly. His view        The present is a qualitative research. The nature
about ‘Nai Talim’, women education and religious          of the study is philosophical and descriptive. This
education also had been mentioned in the book.            study is a philosophical inquiry. The method of the
     Gandhi, M.K.(1965) wrote a letter in the 14th        present study will mainly be philosophical analysis.
volume of ‘Sampurna Gandhi Vagmaya’. In this letter       The process involves analysis and interpretation of
gandhiji had mentioned Vinoba Bhave as a                  the ideas of Acharya ji. In the present study the focus
maharastrian who had influenced him the most. He          is on identification of pertinent sources in the form of
wrote that Vinoba was truly following the way of          documents, books, letters and speeches.
sarvodaya and was trying to make the dream of ‘Gram            FINDINGS
Swaraj’ come true.                                             The main findings of the study are according the
     Bharati, A.C. (1992) had done a research work,       objectives taken. they mainly give the educational
‘A study of the philosophy of Acharya Vinoba Bhave        thoughts of Acharya Vinoba Bhave and it’s relevance
and its effect on education in the light of the new       in present Indian education.
education policy’. Many aspects of Vinoba Bhave’s              Nature of Education :- One acquires interior
thoughts such as equality, secularism, democracy,         education from Nature. Internal Education is related to
socialism, life long education, education as per the      one’s soul. “Total and perfect development of every
need of the child, dignity of labour, moral education,    organ, to make the sense organ fast, accurate and
adult education, international understanding, teacher     perfect in their work, perfect development of various
education, special facilities for women’s education are   attitudes of mind to make memory, knowledge, logic
included in the new national policy on education.         and other intellectual powers perfect and strong: All
     Chaube, S.P. (1998) had written a book ‘great        this natural education is included in internal education
Indian educational philosophers’. He had taken Vinoba     Education means the attainment of self-sufficiency in
Bhave as one of the educationist of India. Beside his     learning. According to Vinoba, “Education is a by-
educational ideas, he had given a brief sketch of the     product of practical work.” It is a combination of various
Sarvodaya philosophy of Acharya Vinoba Bhave. He          attributes which benefit the individual as well as the
had mentioned ‘One hour education’ and appointment        society. It is the education of mind, Heart and stomach
of the regional teacher in the schools.                   of a child. It is an education, which gives sharp

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intelligence to mind. It is the creator of sympathy and        present. It also gives knowledge according to the
love for the whole world. It also provide basic                necessity of time. It helps the child to bring out of his
personality making quality to the heart. It is an              internal knowledge. The knowledge acquired by new
appropriate source for fulfilling the needs of stomach.        education has a very wide scope. There are many
It has got a beautiful combination between courage             subjects integrated through new education. Vinobaji
and humanity.                                                  is firm about one thing that is the knowledge needed
     Objectives of Education :- Vinoba has determined          for present life should be given in present life.
certain aims of education on the basis of his own                    Methods of Teaching :Vinobaji criticizes the
experiences. He says that when he moves from one               present methods of teaching. He did not want to teach
place to another in connection with his Budan and              according to the same methods of teaching. Infect he
Gramdan movements, he consider himself as a student            want that education should come through ordinary
of university; and the entire society appears to him as        life. He says that, we have been told that we have been
a University. Vinobaji wants to develop the mind, soul         given education through Frobel, Montessori or
and body of the individual through education. Control          Pestalogy method, we must be cleared that it is nothing
of sensory motors, physical labour and exercise are            but the illusion of our tongue. ‘ It is impossible to
necessary for physical development. The meaning of             acquire knowledge without active participation. An
Sarvodaya is the rise of each and every person. He             adult can learn something by hearing or reading but
always says that inequality like caste, creed and              for small children ‘Learning by doing’ is the best
untouchability had made the society totally empty and          method. The knowledge which we get from books, is
weak. There is a need of establishing economic, social         not real and complete in Itself because it is not gain on
and religious society. Vinoba present before us many           the basis of logic. Children must have the activity base
aspect of self-reliance. The first approach to self-           knowledge of reading, writing and logic. It is easy to
reliance is that the child should receive education            learn new things by a beautiful combination of
through his own effort and he himself should develop           knowledge and activity.
within himself a capacity for earning his own living.                According to Vinoba, adult cannot be taught as
By the age of fifteen years a boy or a girl should be          small children Audio method should be used for the
able to use dictionary, grammar, encyclopedia, maps            adults. Stories, Prayers, noble and high thoughts of
and charts. Vinoba thinks that true ‘learning’ comes           great Saints should be taught to them. Vinobaji is
only out of ‘doing’ so there should be a co-ordination         against long hour teaching for small children because
between ‘learning’ and ‘doing’ a learning which is             it not in favout of the development of small children.
obtain through one’s own experience is really useful           He has accepted learning with rest, as the best method
in various situations of life. ‘To live a life’ is itself an   of teaching, for small children. This method provides
art and education alone can teach one this art. It is a        time to assimilate and accommodate the achieved
responsibility of education to teach a student, how to         knowledge. Vinoba has taken excursion as the best
lead a good life. Otherwise no welfare society will be         medium of acquiring knowledge. We have to go near
established.                                                   the nature and society to achieve knowledge. We have
     The Curriculum of the New Education :                     to go near the nature and society to achieve knowledge.
     New Education provides and plans three types of           Some important point of education which cannot be
Programmes for the child. It is definitely providing           teach orally, they can easily be taught by direct contact
programmes about the knowledge of nature. The                  and experience. The all over management of education
second direction of the Education is to fulfill the            should be there in the villages. Universities should be
knowledge and physical strength to the child. But the          established in the villages. According to Vinoba, even
most important direction which this education provides         the highest education must be available in the villages.
is that of knowledge of self. Vinobaji says that               Some of the people laugh and criticize on him. But
Education provides the necessary knowledge of                  Vinoba thinks that it is very essential and practical.

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Thoughts should be related with life. A man lives in          wants to examine the student through an actual work,
home and acquires knowledge in the school. This               if a student has to be examined about his knowledge
objective of Education could be achieved only by a            of a machine, he should be asked to reassemble a
combination of life and thoughts. The school should           broken or disarranged machine. About examination
become home. Although India is an aggregation                 Vinoba once said, “The examination of my school will
country but industries are also important. The school         be the repairing of broken spinning machine (Charkha)
must provide the best industrial education. According         or Natural medical treatment of person. I will not confuse
to Vinobaji, the student be taught two basic subject.         myself making a question paper of language. The
Science or the power to get knowledge of surroundings,        knowledge of language will be known by their talks”.
self-realization or spirituality. In this types of schools,   Relevance of Educational Philosophy
the teachers and students together will have physical               Education is its broad meaning, is not the
labour.                                                       knowledge which we acquire from books. No special
     Teachers : -Teachers being the pivot of                  means or resources are needed to achieve it. It does
educational institutions provide the key to the               not take any extra time also. The meaning of education,
Education system and the whole process of education           which has been taken by Acharya Vinoba Bhave is
revolves around them. According to H.G. Wells ... “The        totally capable of demolishing the narrow meaning of
teacher is the real maker of history. Teacher have a          education and to bring it is its broad sense.
great responsibility in moulding the personality of the             The objective of education is the rise of the man.
students. It is the teacher who influences their              Acharya wants to free the man from all his physical
attitudes, values, interests, moral, ideals, conduct and      and social bonds. On this particular aspect he is the
behaviour. Vinoba called teacher as ‘Acharya’. He             follower of Vedic education’s aim which frees us from
wants a teacher to bear the burden of giving education        all the bonds. He admits that the work of Education is
to society and also to lead the society. According to         the spiritual salvation. He also says that education
his belief the teacher is the man who will change the         also make us free from the Economic and Social
society and also will bring social revolution in the          problems of our ordinary life. Thus he has taken
society. Vinoba says, “there should be three qualities        education as the mean of fighting not only the physical
in teacher - he should love his pupils, there should be       problems but also to economic, social and spiritual
consistency in his learning. He should love to learn          problems. Vinoba has included Yoga, industry and
and to study. After achieving all these qualities the         cooperation in the curriculum to achieve all this goals.
teacher will be able to think, love and teach his                   Vinoba has connected education with skill making
students. There should be a combination of love,              or industry. It has not only got the aim that the child
knowledge and neutrality in the teacher.                      will be able to earn his livelihood but also he will known
     The Ideal Student:-An ideal student respects his         the value of physical labour. The qualities of self-
teacher very sincerely. To him the teacher should be          reliance, love, cooperation and physical labour are
next to God and he should have full faith in him without      gained through industry based education. Vinoba
full devotion and faith in his teacher, a student cannot      wants that Government should not interfere in the
learn anything. A student should have firm                    process and development of education. According to
determination to learn. He should have self-control           Vinoba the education should be given in all the villages.
and should be ready to put in hard labour.                    There should be universities in every village. The
     Examination :-Vinoba criticizes the present system       empowered government wants to give the education
of education. In place of the current system he               as according to their beliefs and it brings the problem
recommended practical examination. He does not want           of changing the curriculum every now and then.
that an art student should be required to sit at a written    Talking about the teacher Vinoba was very against the
examination instead, he should be asked to make a             involvement of the teacher in politics. According to
thing pertaining to his chosen art. This means that he        him teacher is a leader of common people and not the

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representative. Being a leader of the society he must             basis of his own experience. There are the aims of self-
perform his duty of not only to teach the society but             reliance, to create interest in achieving knowledge,
also to lead it.                                                  combination of knowledge and activity and the concept
     There is unlimited consumption and physical                  of a man of the world. India is a country of villages.
consumption in the present society. The society is                According to him education should be provided
totally became a society of consumption. A nation is              through villages He wants to make the villages self-
taken as more developed by the degree of consumption              sufficient. Vinoba wants that universities should be
it has. It has brought some social and economical                 established in village also. The universities in villages
problem in the society. It has not only created a                 should be established according to the particular
disturbance in the society but also a disequilibria.              needs of the area concerned. It is not necessary that
Vinoba was always against this type of society. All the           all subjects be taught in these universities. He wants
parts of society are connected with a beautiful bond.             the students and teachers to work had and also have
Everyone must get the minimum life opportunities.                 some gift of labour everyday.
Vinoba has presented the thoughts of opportunity to                    The present world is the world of unity and
all. Vinoba was against all inequalities in society. He           equality. Vinoba’s philosophy of Sarvodaya
was against all inequalities in society. He was against           philosophy is capable of maintaining world peace and
the all social and behavioral enemies of the society. He          equality of all human beings.
want that woman should get their place in the society.            CONCLUSION
He wants equality of men and women. His very own                       After making a study on the educational thoughts
dream was that the women should come forward and                  of Acharya Vinoba Bhave we come to know that his
lead the society. All are equal for God. God does not             ideas about internal and external education brings
discriminate between different people. According to               allover development of child. Although his thoughts
the Sarvodaya philosophy equality must be provided                are based on Sarvodaya philosophy of Gandhiji but
in spiritual and physical field. The aim of our very own          they somehow differ from Gandhiji’s concept of Basic
life should be the achievement of self-knowledge.                 education. In present Indian educational scenario his
Vinoba’s Sarvodaya philosophy has given the way                   ideas such as: self reliance, perfect equilibrium, skill
towards the achievement of individual and human                   making industry, teacher as the leader of society and
welfare. Vinoba has given the aims of education on the            regional university are very relevant.




R E F E R E N C E
     1. Vinoba - ‘Thoughts on Education’, Sasta Sahitya Mandal Prakashan, New Delhi - 1952 2. Gandhiji - ‘Sarvodaya’,
Navjivan Prakashan Mandir, Ahmadabad - 1958 3. Dharmadikari D. - ‘Sarvodaya Darshan’, Akhil Bharat Sarv Seva Sangh
Vardha (Bombay) 1958. 4. Kalelkar K. - ‘Vinoba : Personality and Thoughts’ Sasta Sahitya Mandal Prakashan, New Delhi - 1971
5. Best.J.W. and Khan J.V. - ‘Research in Education’, published by Prentice Hall of India Pvt. New Delhi 2002 6. Choudhary,
N.R. - ‘On Philosophical Perspectives of Education’ - published by A.P.H. Publishing Corporation, New Delhi. 7. Chaube, S.P.
- ‘Great Indian Educational Philosophers’ - published by Vinod Pustak Mandir, Agra 1988 8. Pandey, R.S. - ‘New Dimensions of
Education’ - published by Indian Published by Indian Publishers Distributors, Delhi 1994. 9. Mukerji, S.N. - ‘Education in Indian
Today and Tomorrow’ - published by Vinod Pustak Mandir, Agra, 1991.

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  • 1. International Research Journal ISSN-0975-3486 VOL. I * ISSUE—3&4 RNI : RAJBIL/2009/30097 Research Paper—Education A STUDY OF THE EDUCATIONAL THOUGHTS OF ACHARYA VINOBA BHAVE AND ITS RELEVANCE TO PRESENT INDIAN EDUCATION Dec.-09—Jan.-2010 *Anand Prasad Passi **Dr. Arpana Godbole *Research Scholar, Deptt. of Education, University of Lucknow, Lucknow **Lecturer Faculty of Education, University of Lucknow,Lucknow India has a very vast cultural of acquiring and He came in contact with Gandhiji in Benaras. distributing knowledge. Education has played a very Gandhiji sent him to Sabarmati important role in the development of Indian struggle Ashram. He got the philosophy of truth, non- for freedom. It was the education through which the violence and Satyagraha from Gandhiji. He took active Indian came across the knowledge of west. Education part in the non- co-operation movement. He leaded brought the very ideas of liberty, eternity and equality Nagpur Satyagraha and went to jail he wrote his famous of French Revolution. It has provided the base for book of ‘Gita Pravachan’. Acharya Vinoba Bhave tried may social workers who gave all their lives for the for the welfare of all mankind. His belief was that service development and welfare of the mankind. of mankind is the worship of God. His Sarvodaya India has provided many thinkers who have philosophy want to have the all over development for cherished the world of education, with their basic the last individual of the nation. He wants to create a philosophies and educational thoughts. They have classless, casteless and exploitation less society. He guided the thinking and modes of behavior of our was a true follower of Gandhiji. In real sense, he was people and also the education in our land for making the dream of ‘gram-swaraj’ and the philosophy generations. Their educational thoughts have helped of Sarvodaya of gandhiji true. He tried to establish a us to pattern our own conception of education society with co-operation, love and unity through his consistent with our cultural heritage. Their minds have Bhudan, gramdan Sampatti dan, jeevan dan and been liberal as to permit any noble idea a place in their shantisena movements. outlook, so they did not suffer from any reservations. Need of the study:- Vinoba Bhave was a famous Vinayak Narhari Bhave was born on September philosopher, political thinker and social worker of India. 11, 1895, at Gagoda village in the district of Colaba in He has been regarded as one of the best philosopher the present state of Maharastra. Vinoba belongs to a of India. Many research works have been done taking very highly respected Chitpavan Brahmin family.his him as a philosopher or as a political thinker but there grandfather, Shambhurao, was an Ayurvedic physician. are very few researches which prove him as an The name of Vinoba’s father was Narhari pant, who educationist. In the present educational environment was a textile technologist at Baroda. His mother, of India, his ideas about the work and role of teacher Rukmani Devi, was a deeply religious lady who are very relevant. He says, “the duty of the leaders of influenced Vinoba bent of mind and character common people is to behave according to time and to immensely. go further than the attitudes of people and to guide them as the time goes on”. He wants the teacher to çÚUâ¿ü °ÙæçÜçââ °‡ÇU §ßñËØé°àæÙ 93
  • 2. International Research Journal ISSN-0975-3486 VOL. I * ISSUE—3 &4 RNI : RAJBIL/2009/30097 play the role of the leader of the common people. His Pandey, R.S.(1999), had written a book titled ideas about regional universities are also relevant for ‘Great educationist of World’. He had given an account higher education. of Vinobaji’s meeting with Gandhiji. The chapter also Statement of the problem: includes the role of the teacher as the leader of society. A study of the educational thoughts of Acharya He also had briefly explained the relevance of Vinoba Bhave and its relevance to present Indian educational thoughts of Vinoba Bhave. education. Tomar, J.P.S and Tomar, R.P.(2006) have written Objectives of the studies: an article ‘Pavitra Vicharon ke Praneta Manavtavadi 1.To study out the salient features of educational Sant Vinoba’. They have taken Vinoba Bhave as a real ideas of Acharya Vinoba Bhave. 2. To find out the dutiful saint. They said that bhave’s thoughts move relevance of educational ideas of Acharya Vinoba around ‘Sarvodaya philosophy’.they mentioned Bhave in present Indian education. Vinoba’s view about basic and free education for all. REVIEW OF THE RELATED LITERATURE The idea of inclusion of poor and adult illiterates in the Kalelkar,K. (1971) had written a book named new education is also explained briefly. They have ‘vinoba: vyaktitava aur vichaar’. In this book he had explained about the importance of local history and taken different aspects of vinobaji’s life. His life geography, daily routine life, good food, good health, philosophy,his work as freedom fighter, social worker a cleanliness etc. and political thinker had been mentioned in this book. METHODOLOGY OF THE STUDY His educational ideas are also viewed briefly. His view The present is a qualitative research. The nature about ‘Nai Talim’, women education and religious of the study is philosophical and descriptive. This education also had been mentioned in the book. study is a philosophical inquiry. The method of the Gandhi, M.K.(1965) wrote a letter in the 14th present study will mainly be philosophical analysis. volume of ‘Sampurna Gandhi Vagmaya’. In this letter The process involves analysis and interpretation of gandhiji had mentioned Vinoba Bhave as a the ideas of Acharya ji. In the present study the focus maharastrian who had influenced him the most. He is on identification of pertinent sources in the form of wrote that Vinoba was truly following the way of documents, books, letters and speeches. sarvodaya and was trying to make the dream of ‘Gram FINDINGS Swaraj’ come true. The main findings of the study are according the Bharati, A.C. (1992) had done a research work, objectives taken. they mainly give the educational ‘A study of the philosophy of Acharya Vinoba Bhave thoughts of Acharya Vinoba Bhave and it’s relevance and its effect on education in the light of the new in present Indian education. education policy’. Many aspects of Vinoba Bhave’s Nature of Education :- One acquires interior thoughts such as equality, secularism, democracy, education from Nature. Internal Education is related to socialism, life long education, education as per the one’s soul. “Total and perfect development of every need of the child, dignity of labour, moral education, organ, to make the sense organ fast, accurate and adult education, international understanding, teacher perfect in their work, perfect development of various education, special facilities for women’s education are attitudes of mind to make memory, knowledge, logic included in the new national policy on education. and other intellectual powers perfect and strong: All Chaube, S.P. (1998) had written a book ‘great this natural education is included in internal education Indian educational philosophers’. He had taken Vinoba Education means the attainment of self-sufficiency in Bhave as one of the educationist of India. Beside his learning. According to Vinoba, “Education is a by- educational ideas, he had given a brief sketch of the product of practical work.” It is a combination of various Sarvodaya philosophy of Acharya Vinoba Bhave. He attributes which benefit the individual as well as the had mentioned ‘One hour education’ and appointment society. It is the education of mind, Heart and stomach of the regional teacher in the schools. of a child. It is an education, which gives sharp 94
  • 3. International Research Journal ISSN-0975-3486 VOL. I * ISSUE—3&4 RNI : RAJBIL/2009/30097 intelligence to mind. It is the creator of sympathy and present. It also gives knowledge according to the love for the whole world. It also provide basic necessity of time. It helps the child to bring out of his personality making quality to the heart. It is an internal knowledge. The knowledge acquired by new appropriate source for fulfilling the needs of stomach. education has a very wide scope. There are many It has got a beautiful combination between courage subjects integrated through new education. Vinobaji and humanity. is firm about one thing that is the knowledge needed Objectives of Education :- Vinoba has determined for present life should be given in present life. certain aims of education on the basis of his own Methods of Teaching :Vinobaji criticizes the experiences. He says that when he moves from one present methods of teaching. He did not want to teach place to another in connection with his Budan and according to the same methods of teaching. Infect he Gramdan movements, he consider himself as a student want that education should come through ordinary of university; and the entire society appears to him as life. He says that, we have been told that we have been a University. Vinobaji wants to develop the mind, soul given education through Frobel, Montessori or and body of the individual through education. Control Pestalogy method, we must be cleared that it is nothing of sensory motors, physical labour and exercise are but the illusion of our tongue. ‘ It is impossible to necessary for physical development. The meaning of acquire knowledge without active participation. An Sarvodaya is the rise of each and every person. He adult can learn something by hearing or reading but always says that inequality like caste, creed and for small children ‘Learning by doing’ is the best untouchability had made the society totally empty and method. The knowledge which we get from books, is weak. There is a need of establishing economic, social not real and complete in Itself because it is not gain on and religious society. Vinoba present before us many the basis of logic. Children must have the activity base aspect of self-reliance. The first approach to self- knowledge of reading, writing and logic. It is easy to reliance is that the child should receive education learn new things by a beautiful combination of through his own effort and he himself should develop knowledge and activity. within himself a capacity for earning his own living. According to Vinoba, adult cannot be taught as By the age of fifteen years a boy or a girl should be small children Audio method should be used for the able to use dictionary, grammar, encyclopedia, maps adults. Stories, Prayers, noble and high thoughts of and charts. Vinoba thinks that true ‘learning’ comes great Saints should be taught to them. Vinobaji is only out of ‘doing’ so there should be a co-ordination against long hour teaching for small children because between ‘learning’ and ‘doing’ a learning which is it not in favout of the development of small children. obtain through one’s own experience is really useful He has accepted learning with rest, as the best method in various situations of life. ‘To live a life’ is itself an of teaching, for small children. This method provides art and education alone can teach one this art. It is a time to assimilate and accommodate the achieved responsibility of education to teach a student, how to knowledge. Vinoba has taken excursion as the best lead a good life. Otherwise no welfare society will be medium of acquiring knowledge. We have to go near established. the nature and society to achieve knowledge. We have The Curriculum of the New Education : to go near the nature and society to achieve knowledge. New Education provides and plans three types of Some important point of education which cannot be Programmes for the child. It is definitely providing teach orally, they can easily be taught by direct contact programmes about the knowledge of nature. The and experience. The all over management of education second direction of the Education is to fulfill the should be there in the villages. Universities should be knowledge and physical strength to the child. But the established in the villages. According to Vinoba, even most important direction which this education provides the highest education must be available in the villages. is that of knowledge of self. Vinobaji says that Some of the people laugh and criticize on him. But Education provides the necessary knowledge of Vinoba thinks that it is very essential and practical. çÚUâ¿ü °ÙæçÜçââ °‡ÇU §ßñËØé°àæÙ 95
  • 4. International Research Journal ISSN-0975-3486 VOL. I * ISSUE—3 &4 RNI : RAJBIL/2009/30097 Thoughts should be related with life. A man lives in wants to examine the student through an actual work, home and acquires knowledge in the school. This if a student has to be examined about his knowledge objective of Education could be achieved only by a of a machine, he should be asked to reassemble a combination of life and thoughts. The school should broken or disarranged machine. About examination become home. Although India is an aggregation Vinoba once said, “The examination of my school will country but industries are also important. The school be the repairing of broken spinning machine (Charkha) must provide the best industrial education. According or Natural medical treatment of person. I will not confuse to Vinobaji, the student be taught two basic subject. myself making a question paper of language. The Science or the power to get knowledge of surroundings, knowledge of language will be known by their talks”. self-realization or spirituality. In this types of schools, Relevance of Educational Philosophy the teachers and students together will have physical Education is its broad meaning, is not the labour. knowledge which we acquire from books. No special Teachers : -Teachers being the pivot of means or resources are needed to achieve it. It does educational institutions provide the key to the not take any extra time also. The meaning of education, Education system and the whole process of education which has been taken by Acharya Vinoba Bhave is revolves around them. According to H.G. Wells ... “The totally capable of demolishing the narrow meaning of teacher is the real maker of history. Teacher have a education and to bring it is its broad sense. great responsibility in moulding the personality of the The objective of education is the rise of the man. students. It is the teacher who influences their Acharya wants to free the man from all his physical attitudes, values, interests, moral, ideals, conduct and and social bonds. On this particular aspect he is the behaviour. Vinoba called teacher as ‘Acharya’. He follower of Vedic education’s aim which frees us from wants a teacher to bear the burden of giving education all the bonds. He admits that the work of Education is to society and also to lead the society. According to the spiritual salvation. He also says that education his belief the teacher is the man who will change the also make us free from the Economic and Social society and also will bring social revolution in the problems of our ordinary life. Thus he has taken society. Vinoba says, “there should be three qualities education as the mean of fighting not only the physical in teacher - he should love his pupils, there should be problems but also to economic, social and spiritual consistency in his learning. He should love to learn problems. Vinoba has included Yoga, industry and and to study. After achieving all these qualities the cooperation in the curriculum to achieve all this goals. teacher will be able to think, love and teach his Vinoba has connected education with skill making students. There should be a combination of love, or industry. It has not only got the aim that the child knowledge and neutrality in the teacher. will be able to earn his livelihood but also he will known The Ideal Student:-An ideal student respects his the value of physical labour. The qualities of self- teacher very sincerely. To him the teacher should be reliance, love, cooperation and physical labour are next to God and he should have full faith in him without gained through industry based education. Vinoba full devotion and faith in his teacher, a student cannot wants that Government should not interfere in the learn anything. A student should have firm process and development of education. According to determination to learn. He should have self-control Vinoba the education should be given in all the villages. and should be ready to put in hard labour. There should be universities in every village. The Examination :-Vinoba criticizes the present system empowered government wants to give the education of education. In place of the current system he as according to their beliefs and it brings the problem recommended practical examination. He does not want of changing the curriculum every now and then. that an art student should be required to sit at a written Talking about the teacher Vinoba was very against the examination instead, he should be asked to make a involvement of the teacher in politics. According to thing pertaining to his chosen art. This means that he him teacher is a leader of common people and not the 96
  • 5. International Research Journal ISSN-0975-3486 VOL. I * ISSUE—3&4 RNI : RAJBIL/2009/30097 representative. Being a leader of the society he must basis of his own experience. There are the aims of self- perform his duty of not only to teach the society but reliance, to create interest in achieving knowledge, also to lead it. combination of knowledge and activity and the concept There is unlimited consumption and physical of a man of the world. India is a country of villages. consumption in the present society. The society is According to him education should be provided totally became a society of consumption. A nation is through villages He wants to make the villages self- taken as more developed by the degree of consumption sufficient. Vinoba wants that universities should be it has. It has brought some social and economical established in village also. The universities in villages problem in the society. It has not only created a should be established according to the particular disturbance in the society but also a disequilibria. needs of the area concerned. It is not necessary that Vinoba was always against this type of society. All the all subjects be taught in these universities. He wants parts of society are connected with a beautiful bond. the students and teachers to work had and also have Everyone must get the minimum life opportunities. some gift of labour everyday. Vinoba has presented the thoughts of opportunity to The present world is the world of unity and all. Vinoba was against all inequalities in society. He equality. Vinoba’s philosophy of Sarvodaya was against all inequalities in society. He was against philosophy is capable of maintaining world peace and the all social and behavioral enemies of the society. He equality of all human beings. want that woman should get their place in the society. CONCLUSION He wants equality of men and women. His very own After making a study on the educational thoughts dream was that the women should come forward and of Acharya Vinoba Bhave we come to know that his lead the society. All are equal for God. God does not ideas about internal and external education brings discriminate between different people. According to allover development of child. Although his thoughts the Sarvodaya philosophy equality must be provided are based on Sarvodaya philosophy of Gandhiji but in spiritual and physical field. The aim of our very own they somehow differ from Gandhiji’s concept of Basic life should be the achievement of self-knowledge. education. In present Indian educational scenario his Vinoba’s Sarvodaya philosophy has given the way ideas such as: self reliance, perfect equilibrium, skill towards the achievement of individual and human making industry, teacher as the leader of society and welfare. Vinoba has given the aims of education on the regional university are very relevant. R E F E R E N C E 1. Vinoba - ‘Thoughts on Education’, Sasta Sahitya Mandal Prakashan, New Delhi - 1952 2. Gandhiji - ‘Sarvodaya’, Navjivan Prakashan Mandir, Ahmadabad - 1958 3. Dharmadikari D. - ‘Sarvodaya Darshan’, Akhil Bharat Sarv Seva Sangh Vardha (Bombay) 1958. 4. Kalelkar K. - ‘Vinoba : Personality and Thoughts’ Sasta Sahitya Mandal Prakashan, New Delhi - 1971 5. Best.J.W. and Khan J.V. - ‘Research in Education’, published by Prentice Hall of India Pvt. New Delhi 2002 6. Choudhary, N.R. - ‘On Philosophical Perspectives of Education’ - published by A.P.H. Publishing Corporation, New Delhi. 7. Chaube, S.P. - ‘Great Indian Educational Philosophers’ - published by Vinod Pustak Mandir, Agra 1988 8. Pandey, R.S. - ‘New Dimensions of Education’ - published by Indian Published by Indian Publishers Distributors, Delhi 1994. 9. Mukerji, S.N. - ‘Education in Indian Today and Tomorrow’ - published by Vinod Pustak Mandir, Agra, 1991. çÚUâ¿ü °ÙæçÜçââ °‡ÇU §ßñËØé°àæÙ 97