Rangi and An Unknown Man is part of the efforts of the Yoga
Institute Santacruz t promote experience based education to students. The
Institute now in its sixty-eight year has worked out a detailed programme for
children to help in growing up healthy-physically mentally and more. Work on this
was undertaken way back in 1957 when the Government as a Special Training
and Research Institute recognized the Institute. Some schools undertook to study
its programme and popularize it. Research studies were carried out by qualified
psychologists, physicians etc. Recently the Syllabus is being studied in depth by
some well-known Educational Research bodies of the country. The results so far
have been positive and encouraging.
The institute proposes to continue this
effort. It has published a work on experience-based education to motivate
parents. A book for teachers is also published.
Rangi is a fatherless boy who
has lost moorings. Rangi could be found today in any part of this vast country.
Rangi is one to those who does not draw sustenance from the ancient cultural
values attitudes and traditions associated with this land. Anaamak can be any
citizen of India who is steeped deep in India's culture, traditions and values.
Anaamak attempts to rehabilitate the young boy to be an honourable and useful
citizen of the country.
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