Nalanda-Located in south-east Patna, this is the most established and most prestigious focuses of higher learning in Ancient India which in a real sense began training. This college pulled in researchers and understudies from each edge of the world (counting China, Greece and Persia) and has been named as the "Best most established college on the planet". It showed each and every field; From Grammar, Logic, Literature to Astronomy, Medicine and Astrology.
Takshashila-Also known as Taxila, this remarkable focus of learning situated in North-Western Pakistan with an undisputed rich legacy is today known as another extraordinary old college. It was a magnet for researchers the whole way across the world, who all came here to examine a wide scope of not just scholastics and common information like Astrology, Mathematics and Medicine, yet additionally learned toxophilism, chasing and other such exercises.
Pushpagiri University-was set up in antiquated Kalinga realm (advanced Odisha). It was set up in third century and prospered till eleventh century. This was one of the most noticeable focuses of advanced education in antiquated India alongside the colleges of Takshashila, Nalanda and Vikramashila. The Chinese explorer Huien T'sang visited this college in 639 CE. Like each other notable Ancient University, this middle worked in giving adaptable information to everybody.
Vikramashila University-It was set up by Pala administration during late eighth century and thrived till twelfth century. It was situated in the Bhagalpur area of advanced Bihar. It had 100 instructors and more than 1000 understudies recorded in this University. This college was notable for its particular preparing regarding the matter of Tantra, just as different subjects.