Teacher’s day is specially celebrated to mark the hardships and devotion of teachers who guided the students towards their future career. Every year, teachers day is celebrated on 5th September to present the gratitude to all the teachers by the students. It is celebrated in the memory of Dr.Radhakrishnan who was the President of India. He is a one and only reason to celebrate September 5 as Teacher’s day to recognize the contribution of teachers to the society. Mentors are responsible for the overall development of the student.
Teacher’s day is just around the corner. Teacher’s day is a special day celebrated to honor the teachers. Mata, Pita, Guru, deivam is a very famous phrase in Sanskrit Knowledge. Of course, teachers are more significant than God. Spiritual knowledge is considered as the highest knowledge in the world. Guru is the one who imparts spiritual knowledge to his students. They are not just bound to the chapters and knowledge given in the books but to give you the right knowledge with proper guidance and support to their students. As well as, teachers work to mold the children in the right way and show on the right path. So, it is very important to thank your teachers who give you the most interesting and enlightening experience with education.
With great patience and wisdom, a teacher imparts knowledge to his or her students so that they may learn and grow, becoming solid, upstanding members of society. Instilling the virtues of honesty, patience, and perseverance, a teacher is fully dedicated to the betterment of his/her pupils. What better way to revere this person than by a single once in year celebration dedicated to him?
Teachers have always left a mark on our lives. Who can forget the guidance and teachings they delivered? Always holding a special place in our hearts, it is only through the tutelage of our teachers that we have grown and thrived.
Who can forget the timeless dedication of a teacher? With virtues of never-ending wisdom, patience, and perseverance, he or she has been our guiding light through every step of the journey we call life. Whether a teacher is with us or not, the positive mark that he or she leaves in our lives always remains.
The celebration of Teacher’s Day is always special. It is a special once in a year celebration, coinciding with the birthday of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the 2nd president of India. In honor of this great person, teachers all over are celebrated and revered on this grand day, cementing the mark they have had on our lives.