Nalanda Vishwavidyalaya

Nalanda Vishwavidyalaya flourished in Bihar during Buddhism's peak in India.

It exemplified an ideal education system attracting scholars from far and wide.

The ancient Gurukul system preceded the establishment of Nalanda University.

Buddhist monasteries, known as viharas, facilitated enlightenment and education.

Nalanda University was established during the Gupta period, expanding over time.

Its premises boasted grandeur, including multi-storied viharas and a vast library.

Nalanda's teaching method emphasized deep study in Buddhism and other subjects.

The admission process involved a rigorous examination, ensuring dedicated students.

Nalanda attracted scholars and students from various regions, fostering intellectual exchange.

The university met its tragic end in 1197 AD due to foreign invasion, leaving a rich but lost legacy.

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