We observe Teacher’s Day on the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. He has been the former President of our country of India. Dr. Radhakrishnan was born on September 5, 1888.
The teacher plays the most important role in our life, he gives us the right path. But it teaches to walk. People respect Guru more than their parents. Use of the word Guru is related to Sanskrit language.
The teacher always educates the children about right wrong and good evil. Teacher always teaches the children selflessly, how they have to live in the society.
The teacher has the biggest hand in becoming a good person. The teacher gives us time – Realizes the mistakes made by us in time so that such mistakes do not happen again.
The Guru teaches us to be self-reliant, teaches us to stand on our own feet. Gives good values, good qualities. The child who obeys the Guru’s command will surely become a successful and great man who brings glory to his country. Therefore, it is our duty to respect the Guru, respect him.
Since when has the teacher been celebrated?
Teachers ‘Day began to be celebrated on 5 September 1962 on the occasion of the birthday of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. Since then every year children celebrate Teachers’ Day in their colleges and educational institutions with great enthusiasm on this date i.e. 5 September. Children gladly give a gift to the Guru, which is the result of their honesty and dutiful loyalty.
It is said that when Dr. Radhakrishnan was a skilled and learned teacher, some students and some friends of Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan expressed their wish to celebrate his birthday. In return, Dr. Sarvapalli Radha Krishnan ji said instead of celebrating my birthday, it was Teacher’s Day.
I shall feel very happy and proud if celebrated as a teacher. Since then, on September 5 is celebrated as Teachers’ Day every year in the entire country of India.
Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was born on 5 September 1888. He taught philosophy in many famous universities in the country and also abroad, such as Oxford, London.
He spent valuable time of his life in education. Dr. Radhakrishnan was a great teacher. He was appointed as the University’s Scholarship Commission in 1949.
From 5 September 1962, it was celebrated as Teachers’ Day. He served the country with his great work all his life. Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan died on 17 April 1975.
Why is Teachers’ Day Celebrated on 5 September?
Teacher’s Day is celebrated all over India on the occasion of Dr. Radhakrishnan’s birthday on 5 September. Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan served as the Vice-President of India from 1952 to 1962. Then from 1962 to 1967, India took over as the second President of the country.
Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan used to respect the teachers very much. He kept his duty very diligently and hard while being a teacher himself. He always tried to give good values and good education to the students.
Importance of Teachers Day
- On Teacher’s Day, the student gifts the teacher with respect. Bless the teacher. The teacher plays the most important role in making a perfect man.
- Teachers discuss any subject with great love and respect, explaining it in the simplest language to the students. This creates a feeling of belongingness to the students.
- The teacher plays the most important role in the life of children. Without a teacher, we cannot decide the right or wrong, because a responsible teacher experiences right and wrong.
- Without a teacher, no one can become anything, such as a doctor, engineer, lawyer, professor or pilot etc. cannot grow at all because a teacher is the future creation of a student.
- The teacher only helps the students to move forward in their future. But the needy things are fulfilled by the parents, which gives the children a golden opportunity to ride their future.
- There is no one like a teacher, because without looking at caste, religion, he teaches the students of every class with utmost dedication and reverence. That is why Guru is considered the most.
gurubrahma gurubishnu: guru devo maheshvar:
guru saakshaat param bramh tasmai shree gurave nam:
When and where is Teachers’ Day celebrated?
In almost all countries, different days are considered as Teacher’s Day. In 21 countries in the whole world, Teacher’s Day is celebrated with full enthusiasm. As Teacher’s Day is celebrated on 5 September in the country of India, and on 5 October in other countries.
‘World Teachers’ Day ‘is celebrated. Some countries also celebrate Teachers’ Day on 28 February. The names of some countries are as follows, Sri Lanka, Australia, Bangladesh, China, Germany, Malaysia, Greece, Pakistan, UK, USA, Their dates have been fixed to celebrate Teachers’ Day of Iran etc.
Students should have a sense of respect for their teacher. Because Garu is the foundation of the future. We should obey the command of our teacher. Follow what the teacher says.