Teachers' Day is celebrated on 5th September every year in India.This commemoration marks the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the first Vice President (second President) of our country.Dr. Radhakrishnan was instrumental in shaping India's education and inspiring children to attend schools and receive an education.His contribution in this aspect has made education accessible to many and that is why Teachers' Day is celebrated on his birth anniversary on 5th September.
The role of teacher is very important and special in everyone's life.A teacher plays a very important role in making a child a successful and better person.The celebration of Teacher's Day in India is filled with various recreational activities in schools and colleges.A special program is organized on this occasion, where students appreciate the teachers and honor them with best wishes and gifts.
Know why Teacher's Day is celebrated and what is its importance
Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was born on September 5, 1888.He was a learned teacher.He spent forty years of his life as a teacher in improving the future of India.Every year his birthday is celebrated as Teacher's Day to remember his contribution and valuable work as a teacher.Let us tell you that when Dr. Radhakrishnan became the President of India, some friends and former students came to meet him.He sought permission from Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan to celebrate his birthday in a grand manner.To this Dr. Radhakrishnan said that instead of celebrating my birthday in a different way, I would be more happy and proud if we celebrate 5th September by honoring the work, dedication and hard work done by the teachers in the field of education. Will happen.Since then, the practice of celebrating 5 September as Teacher's Day started in the country, which continues till date.
Guru, or teacher are the words that describe the person who gives knowledge, educates all.A day has been earmarked to honor and thank these teachers, which is known as 'Teacher's Day'.Education is not attained only by giving money, but knowledge is attained only by respect, respect and trust towards one's guru.
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