History of Teacher’s Day:
In India Teacher’s Day is celebrated on 5 September on the birthday of the second president of India Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan. Dr.Radhakrishnan was one of the most influential scholars of comparative religion and philosophy. He was among the great teachers of his time.
This great man won number of award due to his excellence in the profession. These awards of appreciation include British knighthood (in the year 1931), Bharat Ratna and Order of Merit (in 1963).
When he became India’s President ,majority of students wanted to celebrate his birthday but he remarked that instead of celebrating his birthday, it would best is this day could be dedicated to teachers and September 5 would be observed as Teacher’s Day
Who are teachers?
Teacher is a person who always helps everybody to get the knowledge and always stands beside the students when they have problems.
Thanks to all my teachers.
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