Hinduism takes parenting as it takes everything about Life or Death.
It does not accord Parenting any special place or does it ignore it.
It treats as a routine affair of Life and treats is such.
Conceiving and giving Birth to a Child and bringing it up is taken so naturally as it treats the highest thoughts of Philosophy .
It considers all these as a Natural process and one need not be overly concerned about this as such.
The Vedas offer basic Guide lines.
1.Dharmachara, Righteous Conduct.
Parents are expected to behave he way they expect their children to behave towards them or others when they become adults.
Parents are prohibited from using vulgar language or the use of harsh words in front of their children.
Worship at Home.
Parents should set an examples of following the Anushtaanas laid down for them in the Shastras.
They must perform Sandyavandan thrice a Day.
Perform other duties like Aupaasanam and other nithya karmas-read my posts on Rituals of Hindus, Samskaaras.
Give the pride of place for the family Deity.
Worship the Gods at fixed time daily at Home.
Vedas do not speak about. building a Temple, much less visiting Temples.
Talking about Righteousness , Moral Books, Purans, Itihaas and of course the Vedas.
Parents are expected to read and teach children these sacred texts.
““Children should grow in the awareness of the brotherhood of man and the fatherhood of God. If no provision is made for this atmosphere and this teaching, we are denying them their due.”-Atharva Veda
The scripture also cautions parents that if children learn to worship money and material things, they will grow up admiring cruelty and deceit, rather than love and compassion.
4.Dharma Svadhyaya, Self Study
Self study is given priority.
Children are to be sent to Gurkula, Home of The Teaher, at the age of Five, after having performed Upanayana, for a minimum twelve years.
At the Gurukul,which would be their Home for the next twelve years, the children are taught, apart from the Vedas , the other Sciences like Maths,
Physics,Biology, Warfare and the like.
After completing the Gurukul vasa the individual is expected to engage himself in Self Study.
This is not time bound.
One is expected to learn throughout his Life.
5. Dharma Sangha. Follow a Preceptor.
One is expected to follow a Preceptor.
The Spiritual Guru is to be chosen carefully.
If one’s desire is strong enough, the Guru shall seek him.
The Taittriyopanishad contains elaborate instructions to the Student.