Teachers play a big role in our lives. Their contribution cannot be explained in words. They have always been there to point us in the right direction. There’s no better way to pay them tribute than to celebrate Teacher’s Day. The day, which is celebrated on September 5, is the birthday of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. The legendary educator was also India’s first vice president and the country’s second president. We celebrate September 5 as a day to pay tribute to Dr. Radhakrishnan and also to all the teachers in the country who toil to help students learn.
Teacher’s Day 2021: the importance of the day
Much of the importance of this opportunity lies in how it came about. dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was a professor, philosopher and bureaucrat all in one. His personality aroused a lot of respect from his students. When Radhakrishnan was the president of India, his students and friends once asked him to allow them to celebrate his birthday. dr. However, Radhakrishnan, who has always been a man of principles, asked them not to celebrate the day as his birthday, but as the Teacher’s Day.
Since then, India has been celebrating the birthday of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan as Teachers’ Day. He became an evergreen inspiration for all teachers and students.
The importance of Teacher’s Day lies in remembering the importance of teachers and educators in our lives. It is a day to be thankful for all we have learned and to cherish the contribution of teachers in our lives.