Teacher’s Day 2017: Teacher’s Day is celebrated on September 5. Dr.Sarvapalli RadhaKrishnan is a teacher and the second President of India. When his friends and students asked him to celebrate his birthday, he said that it will be a privilege for him if his birthday September 5 is celebrated as a Teacher’s Day. Since then his birth anniversary becomes the mark of tribute to the valuable contributions of teachers in the society which is celebrated as Teacher’s Day.
Every year in India, September 5 is celebrated as a Teacher’s Day which is marked as a birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan. Students who are in schools and colleges celebrate Teacher’s Day with their Friends and Teachers by presenting mementos to their teachers and by dedicating a song or poem to them.
Teacher’s Day is an occasion which is celebrated to honor and appreciate the teachers who have taught us what we know now. It is their valuable thoughts which we carry out throughout our lives. Sometimes we miss our teachers, friends in School and College lives and we want to go back to those days. But it is never possible at all and so it is a special dedicated day for teachers.
Teacher’s Day Wishes & Images
Dear teacher, you have been a great mentor and
guide and have shaped my career well. I thank you for your effort
and hope you remain a superb mentor for others also.
I am grateful to be your student.
Thank you for challenging me
to be my best and instilling in me
a passion for learning.
Happy Teachers Day!
Thank you for teaching me
how to read and write, for guiding me to
distinguish between what is
wrong and what is right.
For allowing me to dream
and soar as a kite,
thank you for
being my friend, mentor, and light.
The way you teach…
The knowledge you share…
The care you take…
The love you shower..
The world’s best teacher…
Happy Teacher’s Day
Parents are the first teacher and Teachers are the Second parents, so I wish all the teachers and parents a very Happy Teacher’s Day and let them be the same who teaches their students and their children.