विद्वत्त्वं दक्षता शीलं सङ्कान्तिरनुशीलनम्।
शिक्षकस्य गुणाः सप्त सचेतस्त्वं प्रसन्नता।।
Scholar, Expertise, Humility, Generosity, wise and always in Dhyanam and Happy are the virtue of a Guru.
Teacher’s day is celebrated every year on 5th September. It is celebrated on the auspicious occasion of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan birthday. The purpose of this celebration is to pay respect to the teachers. It is believed that today’s students will be the future of tomorrow, And a teacher is who makes the future of a student bright. So a teacher is a very respective person in our society.
Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was a teacher himself. He used to love his teacher very much and when he became president of India, some of his student and friend requested him to allow them to celebrate his birthday on 5th September. He replied, “instead of celebrating my birthday it would be a proud privilege if September 5th is observed as teacher’s day”. From then on words, we celebrate every year 5th September as teacher’s day. A teacher stands as the backbone of the student in their life. The teacher teaches us to walk on the right path by carrying the right things.
A teacher is the second parent of the students. We all have grown up and now understand their value in our lives and can’t imagine a beautiful future without their guidance. A good teacher will punish us as well as will love us. The teacher is the one who lights up the path of the students by giving them knowledge, good manners, by scolding the students whenever they behave bad and bring them to the right path. The teachers are the one who believe in the students even if they are not confident about themselves.
We should always respect our teachers because if they were not there to teach us then we would not be a successful person in life as we are. We would always be thankful towards are teachers.