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Teachers’ Day is being celebrated in India from 1962 to 5 September. Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was born on this day, the great educationist and former Vice President of India.

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Radhakrishnan has made a huge contribution to India’s education sector. He believed that ‘a teacher’s brain is the best brain in the country’. Once some of Dr. Radhakrishnan’s students and friends told him that he wanted to celebrate his birthday.
In response to this, Dr. Radha Krishnan said that instead of celebrating my birthday separately, I would feel proud if it would be celebrated as Teacher’s Day. After this, Teachers’ Day was celebrated on 5 September in India. On this day we remember this great educationist and say a respectful thanks to all our teachers who have lit the lamp of knowledge in our lives. A teacher is a person who explains not only education but also the difference between understanding and right and wrong of the world.

Importance of Teacher’s Day:
This day is very important for our society. On this day, we honor our teachers and boost their morale and appreciate their work. Children are the future of society and a teacher plays an important role in making those children a good person.

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