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bd40bc7c7a Search the history of over 505 billion pages on the Internet. Sharp. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)MoreClick to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window) Related Related posts: Communist bashing in Indian media Moving beyond the formula: Bold new Indian movies Indian Parliament & Legislative Assemblies search engine Babasaheb Ambedkars works online: Books, articles, talks About Vivek SrinivasanI work with the Program on Liberation Technology at Stanford University. Premium member Presentation Transcript Lord Macaulay's address to the British Parliament on 2nd Feb 1835 : Lord Macaulay's address to the British Parliament on 2nd Feb 1835 View More Presentations Lord krishna By: nehalordkrishna.com LORD KRISHNA By: ginga lord ullins daughter By: akshundogra I-See-You-Lord-carl By: bryan445719 LORD GANESHA PPT By: talhaaftab Alfred Lord Tennyson By: jimbol2010 Lord Ganesh Images By: lakshya439443 Shout To The Lord sunday worship By: aSGuest140918 Lord Howe Island Stick Insect By: alaffy Lord Ganesh blinking his eyes By: PPTkeshavp Tags LordMacauleyPresentation *You can't enter more than 5 tags. When the people of England gave us English, sciences, mathematics, codes of civil and penal jurisdiction, rule of law and much else, they were in fact acting in a most guileless manner; this type of behaviour if exhibited by us now shall be categorised as evidences of pure gullibility and utter foolishness. Gandhi and his Ji; Grooming up of a fake RightClick &OpeninNewTab! 08. And I certainly never met with any orientalist who ventured to maintain that the Arabic and Sanscrit poetry could be compared to that of the great European nations.
I think it clear that we are not fettered by the Act of Parliament of 1813, that we are not fettered by any pledge expressed or implied, that we are free to employ our funds as we choose, that we ought to employ them in teaching what is best worth knowing, that English is better worth knowing than Sanscrit or Arabic, that the natives are desirous to be taught English, and are not desirous to be taught Sanscrit or Arabic, that neither as the languages of law nor as the languages of religion have the Sanscrit and Arabic any peculiar claim to our encouragement, that it is possible to make natives of this country thoroughly good English scholars, and that to this end our efforts ought to be directed. Bentinck endorsed the Minute, writing that he was in full agreement with the sentiments expressed. However, students at the Calcutta Madrassa raised a petition against its closure; this quickly got considerable support and the Madrassa and its Hindu equivalent were therefore retained. Bounties and premiums, such as ought not to be given even for the propagation of truth, we lavish on false texts and false philosophy. And while we act thus, can we reasonably or decently bribe men, out of the revenues of the State, to waste their youth in learning how they are to purify themselves after touching an ass or what texts of the Vedas they are to repeat to expiate the crime of killing a goat? . Mill argued that students seeking an 'English education' in order to prosper could simply acquire enough of the requisite practical accomplishments (facility in English etc.) to prosper without bothering to acquire the cultural attitudes; for example it did not follow that at the same time they would also free themselves from superstition. I see a government anxiously bent on the public good. Views: 1082 Category: Education License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: May 05, 2013 This Presentation is Public Favorites:0 Presentation Description No description available.