New Delhi: These days there has been a debate in the country about history. The debate has taken a new turn after Union Home Minister Amit Shah spoke about rewriting history. Now Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu has also joined this debate. Addressing the students of the Tamil Students Association in Delhi, Naidu said that English historians have written the events of history as per their own. They never considered the 1857 revolution as the first struggle for independence. There is a need to rewrite history with Indian contexts and values.
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On this occasion, Vice President Naidu called upon historians to write history afresh according to Indian context-values. He said that British historians have written only a 'soldier revolt' in 1857. Naidu said that the British exploitation of India was linked to their interests and history became a helpful tool for them. The country's education system should reflect Indian culture and tradition. In our country, more than 19 thousand languages are spoken as mother tongue.
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We need to save this rich language heritage. The Vice President also said that India is a blessed country, where many languages exist, we should be proud. Every child should be schooled in his mother tongue only. This will also enhance children's learning ability and will also protect languages. Naidu said that students are the future leaders. They should excel in studies and show activeness in the issues facing the country.
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