Saudi Arabia includes Ramayana, Mahabharata in new curriculum for students
Saudi Arabia has included Ramayana and Mahabharata in its new curriculum for students. Prince Mohammed bin Salman, V.D., for the education sector in Saudi Arabia. Under this, it has been told that Ramayana and Mahabharata will be taught to the students. The reason behind this has been stated that this study is a globally important Indian resource. Indian cultures such as yoga and Ayurveda extend students' cultural knowledge and exposure. Meanwhile, the English language has also been made mandatory in the new vision
This has been shared by a Twitter user named Nuf-al-Marawi from among the users of Saudi. He wrote The new vision of Saudi Arabia-2030 and syllabus would help in creating a future that is inclusive, liberal, and tolerant.
The screenshot of my son's school exam in the book of social studies today includes concepts and history of Hinduism, Buddhism, Ramayana, Karma, Mahabharata, and Dharma. I enjoy helping her study.
The Saudi curriculum states that through this, the country will join the competition of the global economy by creating an educated and skilled workforce. At the same time, the exchange of Cultural dialogue between different countries and people helps for world peace and human well-being.
Saudi Vision-The main purpose of 2030 is to make the economy dependent on oil, and we are also making changes to our education system to reduce our dependence on oil income. As a result, the Saudi Arabian government has taken some major steps to rebuild its economy.
Saudi Arabian culture is a rich culture shaped by its historical role as an Islamic heritage, an ancient trading center, and Bedouin tradition. Saudi culture is rooted in Islamic teachings and Arab customs, with Saudis studying in their families and schools at an early age. Various institutions have been established throughout the kingdom to protect Saudi Arabia's cultural heritage.