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The current paper concentrate on the Study of educational and philosophical thinking of Aurobindo Ghosh and its significance in contemporary education situation Aruobindo (1872-1950), a philosopher, is considered a renaissance man of the twentieth century. Aurobindo was born in Colkata, India, and attended Cambridge University. He was a brilliant thinker who studied social evolution in depth. It discusses the significance of Aurbindo Ghosh's philosophy of education, teachers, discipline, and ultimately the relevance of Aurbindo Ghosh's philosophy of education in today's world. Although Sri Aurobindo had given his theory in 1910and 1937 respectively, yet his theory is relevant to the modern system of education. Sri Aurobindo‟s theory is relevant in respect of all round development of the child, compulsory education at least up to the age of 6-14 years, lifelong and continuing education, vocational education, creativity, study of science and technology, literature etc.
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