Indian Culture and Heritage Course (223) in NIOS Secondary 10th
Indian Heritage and Culture course helps in promoting the conservation of our heritage and also helps in culture management. It opens the door to opportunities in the streams of Archaeology, Museology, Conservation, Social Sciences and Humanities.During this time the learners will participate in various learning activities inside SS Coaching which serve as an orientation for their programme.
The course involved lectures on various aspects of Indian Art and Culture ranging from architecture, music, theatre, cinema, painting to storytelling. Some of the notable lectures were those on Ancient Buddhist Art and Architecture and Ancient Indian Temple Architecture. It refers to the intellectual development evolved out of the physical and mental training acquired in the course of the ages in a country.
India’s one billion people have descended from a variety of races. The oldest ones are the Negroid aboriginals called the Adivasis or First settlers. Then there are the Dravidians, The Aryans, the Mongols, The Semites and innumerable inter-mixtures of one with the other. Later, religions became an important part in the culture and places of worship became community centers. The innovations in religious thinking brought two popular beliefs in India, namely Buddhism by the Buddha and Jainism by the Saint Mahavir. Then there was a socio-religious shift or orientation in the Indian culture. Later in the century Westernization of Indian culture began , but it was stemmed by the efforts of Raja Ram Mohan Roy, Dayananda Saraswathi, Swami Vivekananda, Narayana Guru, Maharisi, Aurobindo, etc. Then there took place a Renaissance, that emphasized the need to recognize the country’s own culture while ushering in an age of modernity.
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