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'Arya Samaj, A North Indian Hindu reform organisation of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, particularly active in Punjab (tried to bring back Hindus who had converted to some other religion) which sought to revive Vedic learning and combine it with modern education in the sciences'.
a. Illustrate how the values integrated with the rich Indian literature paved way for the scientific development of modem India
Ancient Indian literature is extremely rich. The works of Aryabhatta, Brahmagupta, Sushruta and many others in ancient India are well known. ‘Zero’ was given to the world by India. In modern India, the rational, scientific and analytical values imbibed in ancient literature led to the development of modern scientific literature. For example, the Arya Samaj made a successful effort by reviving Vedic Maths and combined it with modern education in sciences.
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