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Benares Hindu University

1921

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Summary

One of the principal aims of the University will be to extend the sphere of Sanskrit learning to all classes who are capable of benefiting by it and to utilise it as a means of nourishing and training the minds and elevating the characters of the alumni and of thus preparing them for the great tasks and high positions which they will find awaiting the worthy in the various departments of social [...] The reason is that as the object is to make the benefits of the lectures available to the largest possible number of the youth of the country that language should be the medium of instruction which the majority of them will be familiar with or will find it easy to acquire. [...] The objects of the University have been thus formulated :- (1) To promote the study of the Hindu Shastras and of Samskrit literature generally as a means of preserving and popularising for the benefit of the Hindus in particular and of the world 3BENARES HINDU UNIVERSITY at large in general the best thought and culture of the Hindus and all that was good and great in the ancient civilization of [...] Decades agd the Famine Commission of 1878 said in their Report : At the root of much of the poverty of the people of India and the risks to which they are exposed in seasons of scarcity lies the unfortunate circumstance that agriculture forms almost the sole occupation of the mass of the people and that no remedy for present evils can be complete which does not include introduction of a diversit [...] The February number of the Journal of the Board of Agriculture draws attention to the fact that in the single State of Ontario which subsidises the Guelph College of Agriculture to the extent of £ 25 000 annually the material return for this outlay is officially stated as follows:—The application of scientific principles to the practical operations of the farm and the interchange and disseminati

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Frontmatter i-lii unknown

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Chapter I. Why it is wanted and what it aims at 1-66 unknown

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Chapter II. The Draft Scheme of the Proposed Hindu University 67-79 unknown

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Chapter III. The Hindu University Society 80-ii unknown

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Chapter IV. Messages from Patriots and Princes 145-214 unknown

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Chapter V. Hon’ble Pt. Malaviya’s Speech 215-235 unknown

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Chapter VI. The Benares Hindu University Act 236-i unknown

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Chapter VII. The Foundation-Stone Laying Ceremony 251-283 unknown

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Chapter VIII. Maharaja Scindia of Gwalior’s Address at the First Court Meeting 284-iii unknown

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Chapter IX. The First Convocation 305-342 unknown

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Chapter X. Pandit Malaviya’s Convocation Address 343-359 unknown

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Chapter XI. H. E. Lord Rector’s Address 360-iii unknown

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Chapter XII. His Majesty The King Emperor’s Visit 369-ii unknown

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Chapter XIII. H. H. The Maharaja of Mysore’s Convocation Address 379-385 unknown

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Chapter XIV. Maharaja of Alwar’s Address 386-389 unknown

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Chapter XV. The Hon'ble Sir Ashutosh Mukerjee’s Address at the opening of the Law College 390-401 unknown

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Chapter XVI. H. H. Maharaja Gaekwad’s Convocation Address 402-415 unknown

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Chapter XVII. Sir J. C. Bose’s Address 416-429 unknown

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Chapter XVIII. Dr. Sir C. V. Raman’s Address 430-i unknown

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Chapter XIX. Maharaja of Bikaner’s Address 451-463 unknown

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Chapter XX. Maharaja of Jodhpur’s Address 464-467 unknown

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Chapter XXI. Pandit M. M. Malaviya’s Address 468-i unknown

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Chapter XXII. H. E. Lord Irwin’s Address 521-527 unknown

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Chapter XXIII. Dr. Sir P. C. Roy’s Address 528-iii unknown

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Chapter XXIV. Dr. Rabindranath Tagore’s Message 557-575 unknown

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Chapter XXV. Sir M. Visvesvaraya’s Address 576-605 unknown

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Chapter XXVI. Prof. Dr. Sir S. Radhakrishnan’s Address 606-630 unknown

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Chapter XXVII. The Honourable Sir Maurice Gwyer’s Address 631-651 unknown

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Chapter XXVIII. Dr. Syatnaprasad Mookerjee’s Address 652-671 unknown

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Chapter XXIX. The Right Honourable Sir Tej Bahadur Sapru’s Address 672-710 unknown

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education

Pages
791
SARF Document ID
sarf.144529

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