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Teachers’ Day is not celebrated in India only, It is celebrated in the whole world. When people remember someone who really helps them, Then teachers come at the top. On This Day, we remember them, give respect and thanks to all our teachers. They are the ones who take responsibility for educating new generations to build a better world. Teachers’ day is the best day for recognising the contribution of the Teacher. Hey, Friends do you know that who is our First Teacher? , Yes, They are our parents who taught their child from birth.
” Teachers are like a candle who consume themselves to illuminate students “
Teachers’ Day History
In India, we celebrate Teachers’ day on 5th September. But do you know why do we celebrate in India? It is the best way of celebrating the birth anniversary of India’s Second president Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. He was a great Teacher who was fully dedicated to Education. He was a great philosopher who contributed a lot to Indian Education Systems. He was an author and also second vice president of India.
Friends do you know the story behind the popularity of Teachers’ day?
I tell you Interesting story behind it. As you already know that 5th September is the birth anniversary of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, Once a day some friends and students of him requested him to allow to celebrate his birthday, but Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan told to celebrate this day as Teachers’ day instead of birthday celebration. So Since from this day, We celebrate Teachers’ Day on 5th September. The First Teachers’ day was celebrated in India on 5th September 1962.
Importance of Teachers’ Day –
Teachers’ day is a celebration which encourages all the teachers to create a great impact on society. It helps the students to realize how teachers play an important role in education. Okay let’s understand with a simple example so you can easily relate with them – Everyone knows about producer and consumer right, a consumer only consumes contents, when producer provides valuable contents, so In the education field, teachers are producer and students are consumers.
Teachers’ day is not only celebrated for fun. It is also a memorable day to remember how teachers work hard before coming into the classroom and teaches you chapter. If you want to be a good teacher or guru, You need a lot of patience. Sometimes students ask the same type of questions many times but teachers again explain well because the main motive of teachers is to make every student understand the subject.
How the Teachers’ day is celebrating in India?
This day is a great occasion for celebrating and enjoying. On this occasion Students and teachers are enjoying by doing lots of fun activities like singing, Dancing, Teachers mimicry, poem and playing many games. Students decorate their specific classroom and give them gifts. Students take a blessing from their teachers.
How to Appreciate Your Teachers?
Teachers change the million students lives, so it’s a great opportunity for all students to appreciate their teachers.
1. Send greeting or message to your teachers
2. Meet your schools, colleges Teachers on this special day.
3. Use social media and post on their page or timeline and write something emotional line or poem like #thanks teacher
4. Mimic your teachers and send video to them.
5. Post your old pic with the teacher and tag them.
Greeting for Teachers’ Day –
1. Dear teachers ” you are the one who discovered my talent “.
2. Wish u all Happy Teachers day!
3. You always motivate me and inspire me. Happy Teachers Day Sir/mam !
4. Dear Sir, I Learned a lot from you.
5. Sir you are the one who makes me an interest in a boring subject.
” The best teacher is one who wants you as successful instead of getting any gifts from you “
So We have finally discussed Teacher’s Day, History of Teacher’s Day, How Teacher’s day is celebrating in India? and How to appreciate your Teachers?
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Wish you all Happy Teacher’s Day!