Teacher’s Day is celebrated every year in India on 5th September. Let us tell that this day dedicated to the teacher is celebrated on the birth anniversary of the second President of our country, Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, who was a good teacher as well as a scholar and played an important role in shaping the education of India.
Let us know how this day started and what is its significance.
The beginning of celebrating Teacher’s Day across the country was on 05 September 1962, when the former President of India, Dr Radhakrishnan reached his office on his birthday and some of his students present there wanted to celebrate this day in a special way. However, then Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan suggested organizing Teacher’s Day on his birthday in honour of the teachers. In this way, Teacher’s Day started being celebrated on 05 September in India.
It is very important to have a teacher in life
It is not so easy to describe the importance of Teacher’s Day in words because a teacher teaches his students to walk in the right future and on the right path. Along with this, they teach the students the understanding of good and wrong. In such a situation, Teacher’s Day is an opportunity for students to thank their teachers for their hard work. Therefore, this day is considered very special for teachers as well as students.
Teacher’s Day is also celebrated in these countries
Apart from India, Teacher’s Day is also celebrated in different countries, but in these countries, Teacher’s Day is celebrated at different times. Let us tell you that Teacher’s Day is celebrated on 10 September in China. At the same time, the day is celebrated on Tuesday of the first week of May in America, May 2 in Iran, last Friday of October in Australia, October 15 in Brazil and October 5 in Pakistan and November 21 in Thailand.
Teacher’s Day can be made special for your teacher in many ways
We know that ‘Teacher’s Day’ is special for all the students, but due to the coronavirus epidemic in the country, it is a bit difficult to prepare for this day. However, if a teacher is near your home, you can give them gifts like handmade photo albums, customized gifts and greeting cards. Apart from this, if you wish, you can send congratulatory messages on Teacher’s Day through social media.