Now Ramayana-Mahabharata will be studied in this Muslim country, research will be done on the date and culture of India

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Jeddah: Saudi Arabia’s regime has included Ramayana and Mahabharata in the new Nisab for students. Along with the Digar books in Saudi Arabia, students will also be trained in the Ramayana and Mahabharata, they will be asked to grow the Gita, they will be told about the date and culture of India.

For the sector of education in Saudi Arabia, Prince Mohammed bin Salman has called for research on the date and culture of Digar Malak under Vision 2030. Yoga and Ayurveda have also been included in the new Nisab of Saudi Arabia. In this quotation, the Government of Saudi Arabia has said that their objective is that the coming generations of the country should cry out to different countries.

Significantly, Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman has released Vision-2030, which has given special importance to the Indian Tehzeeb and Ramayana-Mahabharata while bringing changes in the sector of Talim in Saudi Arabia.

Saudi government’s vision 2030

In the Vision 2030 issued by the Saudi Arabian government, the English language has been made necessary for the country. That is, now Saudi Arabian students will have to read English Compulsory Language.

A Twitter user from Saudi Arabia has shared a screenshot about the new Nisab, in which she has written that the new Vision-2030, new Syllabus and Nisab of Saudi Arabia will help to create a Muscatabl that will be a moustache and modern.’

She further wrote in this tweet, ‘Ramayana-Mahabharata has also been included in the new syllabus. Of course, the students will enjoy this new syllabus and they will get information about different religions.’


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