Swadharma grihastha asrama on educating children toward Hindu families
Keywords:course, educating children, grihasta dormitory, swadharma, tutoring
The current article aimed at knowing and understanding swadharma grihastha asrama on educating children towards Hindu families. Data collection methods were observation, library studies, and in-depth interviewed. This research was conducted in Lombok Regency. The results of this study indicated that the teachings of Hinduism for Sarasamuscaya and Nitisastra have not been optimally implemented by Hindu parents in Lombok. It can be seen from economic factors, low awareness for the importance of education. Due to the parents were not able to meet the children material needs, for example, the fulfillment of nutrition, adequate places, and learning facilities, and the use of non-formal educational institutions, for example, course and tutoring subjects.
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