It is said that it is not possible to reach any goal without a guru. It is the Guru who tells you how to live life and how to fight the difficulties in it. Every year 5 September is dedicated to teachers. On this day, Teacher’s Day is celebrated all over the country. All the students express their love towards their guru i.e. teachers on this day. But do you know why Teacher’s Day is celebrated? Today we will tell you about the history of Teacher’s Day …
Where teachers used to have a teacher’s day , today they are replaced by teachers. Those who give their students every education from school to college, which helps them to reach the high in the society and their career. DR. S. Radhakrishnan’s birthday, on the occasion of India on September 5 in his memory Teacher’s Day (Teacher’s Day) is celebrated. He was a great teacher as well as the first Vice President and second President of independent India.
Who was Dr. Sarvepalli Radha Krishnan
Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was born on 5 September 1888 in a poor family in Tirutani village, Tamil Nadu. Despite being financially weak, he had a lot of interest in studies. He had his initial education at Gaudi School and Tirupati Mission School in Tiruvallur. In 1916, he did his MA in Philosophy. And did the post of Assistant Professor in the same subject at Madras Residency College. In 1954, he was awarded the Bharat Ratna.
He gave 40 years of his life to teaching before coming to politics 40 years of his life. Dr. Sarvepalli Radha Krishnan was the second President of India and a teacher. He considered the whole world to be a school. He said, “Wherever one gets to learn, he should take it out in his life.” He talked of emphasizing the intellectual development of students more than teaching. 1
Once some of Radha Krishnan’s disciples thought of celebrating his birthday together. When he reached for permission from him, Radha Krishnan told him that I would be proud if my birthday would be celebrated as Teacher’s Day instead of celebrating it separately. Since then , the day of September 5 was celebrated as Teachers’ Day.
Such are celebrated
student to celebrate this special day with their teachers are also not far behind. In many schools, preparations for this start two to three days in advance. Students adopt new methods to make their favorite teacher feel good. Greeting cards are also given by writing a few lines in honor of the teacher. Apart from this, plays are also organized in many schools on this day.
Teacher’s Day on Social Media
Today, when everything has come on social media, how can Teachers’ Day remain untouched. Before going to school or before meeting their teacher they are tagged by writing messages on social media. Many students take teachers’ day with the help of Google through an image or illustration.
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