Teachers plant seeds of knowledge that grows our future. Teachers Day is celebrated on September 5, every year on the occasion of the birth anniversary of India’s second president, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. He was the first vice president and second president of India.
After being honored as a president of India, some of his old friends and student wanted to celebrate September 5 as “Radhakrishnan Day”. To this, the revered scholar replied that he would honor if the day was celebrated as ‘Teachers Day’ instead. Ever then since his birthday was celebrated as Teachers day in India. He wrote a book on Bhagavad Gita and there he defined a teacher as,” The one who emphasizes on presentation to converge different currents of thoughts to the same end”.
Teacher’s Day is one of the events that is looked up by the students and the teachers in a similar way on this juncture it is the teachers who are praised. On this day, students comprehend how important is the role of a teacher in a student’s life.
No doubt the future of the nation is in the hands of the children and indirectly in the hands of teachers. They play an important role in our lives to become successful in career and business. They help us to become a good human being in the society and good citizen of the country. Teachers provide data and information to the students to analyse. Therefore, we can say that analysing and facing the situation, to find out the solution in the difficult situation, we basically learn from our teachers only.