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teachers day

Teachers' day is celebrated 5th of September every year, the day we celebrate as a token of respect and appreciation and also to let the teacher know that they are being perceived as the explanation behind achievement in each individual's life.


A teacher is a friend, philosopher and a guide they are the part of our young life, they renovate made to our mind, talent, value, social skill and many more they are not just profession babysitter they dedicate many years of their life's to spark something within a child and often don't get thanks to you back, according to our respected Prime Minister Narendra Modi teaching is not a profession  but a way of life " Jeevan Dharam "

teachers day

5th September is also celebrated as birth anniversary of DR. Sarvepalli Radhakrishna, he was a man with many good qualities and a favorite teacher among students, he believes that "teachers should be the best minds in the country".

DR. Sarvepali Radhakrishna was also our country's second president and first vice president (1952-1962) and was knighted 1931 awarded the Bharat Ratna, the highest civilian award in India in 1954, and he made an honorary member of British royal order of merit in 1963. He requested his birthday to be celebrated as a teacher’s day as a sign of respect and appreciation for them.


On this day lets we all take a movement from our busy lives and think of our teacher and hope the best of health and happiness to be showered in there life.

#respect # teachers day #salute 

I have often heard people said that parents and teacher should be respected throughout the whole life and not only on a specific day 

It is true. I know 

Also Read:- Private tuitions are a necessary evil


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