Teachers are those who make you believe in yourself and help you grow beyond your potential. Teacher’s Day is the best opportunity to express gratitude. It was launched in India on 5 September by Drs. Sarvepalli is celebrated to commemorate the birth anniversary of Radhakrishnan.
Students may be wondering what gifts to give to their teachers on this special day. If you are planning to tell your teachers or gurus how important they have been in shaping your career and life, then a wonderful greeting card will work for you as it will show the excess of your emotions. Here, we have listed some teachers day card ideas that will help students to amaze their teachers.
Teacher’s Day Best Speech
Today, on this auspicious occasion of Teacher’s Day, I am very happy to find all my teachers here. A huge love and respect to all of you. We are now celebrating Teachers’ Day on 5 September because of honoring our teacher and remembering how important they are to us. Our parents give birth to us and put us on the track and there are teachers who teach us to walk on that track with the right direction. They labor to teach us well, they try their best to enlighten us. Teachers serve the country well by teaching students, who are the future of tomorrow. And teachers are those who make the future of students bright. We can never forget his gift. In fact, on 5 September, the celebration of Teachers’ Day began in 1962 on the auspicious occasion of Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan’s birthday. He was a great teacher and President of India. The celebration began because when he became the President of India, some of his students and friends requested him to allow him to celebrate his birthday on 5 September. He replied, “It would be a matter of pride if instead of celebrating my birthday, September 5 is celebrated as Teacher’s Day.”
From that day on we celebrate his birthday as Teachers’ Day. He loved his teachers very much and was proud to be their teacher. He believed that teachers are the backbone of students, which is true. On this auspicious occasion, let us know about the life of the man, for whom all of us have gathered here today. Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was born on 5 September 1888 in a middle-class family in Tamil Nadu. His father’s name was Sarvepalli Veeraswamy and his mother’s name was Sarvepalli Sita. His primary education was K.V. High School in Thiruttani. He graduated at Madras Christian College and also completed his master’s degree in philosophy with that college. Later he joined Madras Christian College as a professor. Being a good philosopher, he was honored with many awards and Bharat Ratna. He also worked as a professor at the University of Calcutta, Harris was a principal at Manchester College, Andhra University vice-chancellor. Radhakrishnan started his political career after his successful career. He was the first Indian philosopher and politician who was the first Vice President of India and the second President of India from 1962 to 1967. Radhakrishnan was one of the brightest stars in our country. He will always be missed by us.
Finally, once again I am grateful to all my teachers for being in my life and teaching us with their immense love and guidance. We will always remember your guidance and will always be grateful to you.
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