In India, Teacher’s Day observed on 5th September to pay honor to all teachers and gurus. This day marks the birthday of one of the great philosopher and scholar Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan who is a great teacher, first vice president and second president of India. This day came into existence in 1962 when the students of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan requested him to celebrate his birthday. Later on this day, he announces that 5th September marked as the teachers day in India.
Students celebrate this auspicious day by gifting greeting cards, roses, and chocolates to their favorite teachers. All the schools and colleges organize special programs and give a speech on the teachers that explains their love and respect. All the students came up with innovative ideas to celebrate this day.
Teachers Day holds immense importance for every individual throughout the country. As our parents are also the best teachers who teach their children with good qualities. A teacher is a person who imparts knowledge and motivates students in the right direction, enlighten them and create responsible citizens and good human beings.
Teachers are the cornerstone of individuals life who taught person and make them a responsible person of the country. On this occasion, everyone pays reverence to the teachers and convey them that they hold special respect in our hearts. Teacher’s day celebration acknowledged by UNESCO and it is popular in the several countries across the globe.
Teachers day is a day that is full of great enthusiasm and zeal to sheer spirit all the teachers. This is the great opportunity for the students to show love and respect to their teachers. All the students appreciate and encourage teachers with special speech, quotes and messages.
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