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National Teacher's Day

First of all, very Happy teachers day to every teacher. Teacherís Day is celebrated in India on 5 September. It is celebrated on the auspicious occasion of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishanís birth anniversary. He was a great leader, scholar, and teacher. We celebrate this day every year to give tribute to Dr. Radhakrishan and show respect and love to our teachers. On this day, students organize many events for their teachers. The most common events are speech, dance, and singing competitions and mimicry of the respective teachers. Some students even dress like their teachers to entertain the teachers. The day is celebrated with love and laughter. It is a way to show their gratitude to teachers. Students also bring gifts for their favorite teacher. Teachers are the backbone of every personís life. It is the teacher that teaches students the new meaning of life. They show us the right path and stop us from doing anything wrong. They may see from the outside hard but they care for each student and wish for their growth. Do not forget that student who does not respect their teachers, never grow in life. Teachers mould the studentís personalities. They are the only selfless person that happily gives all their knowledge. Dr. Radhakrishan was a great teacher that everyone loved. He was born in a middle-class family on 5 September 1888. He completed college and become a professor at Madras Christian College. He became principal at Harris Manchester College and the Vice-Chancellor at Andhra University. He was also the first philosopher and vice president of India. He became the president of India from 1962 to 1967. He taught Ethics at Oxford University for almost 16 years. He believed that education does not come from only books. Obtaining knowledge is far from what is professional and academic. Other great teachers in the world taught us many things. Aristotleís life teaches us to be good learners and never stop learning. Gautama Buddha was born a prince but he left all the luxuries for the life of knowledge. Emma Willard who was a womenís rights activist teaches us to raise our voice against injustice and never be afraid of it. Savitribai Phule was a poet and an Indian Social Reformer. She taught us to treat everyone equally and with respect. We cannot imagine our future without the teacherís guidance. They burn themselves to make our future bright. On this day, let us remember all the great teachers of the world and learn something from them. We thank the teachers for being patient with every student and working on each studentís weakness. Without your guidance we are incomplete. Thank you for your support and love.
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