Teacher's day

 "An awesome teacher is hard to find, difficult to part with, and impossible to forget."

The fifth of September is observed as Teacher's Day every year. A day to behold, a day to rejoice in, and a day to be pleased with. In India, we observe Teachers' Day on September 5 every year to commemorate the birthdate of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the nation's former president, and recipient of the Bharat Ratna award, who was born on this day in 1888.

According to Wikipedia, Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was an Indian politician and philosopher who served as the country's second president from 1962 to 1967 as well as its first vice president from 1952 to 1962. In addition, he served as the 4th Vice-Chancellor of Banaras Hindu University from 1939 to 1948 and the second ambassador of India to the Soviet Union from 1949 to 1952. The best universities in the world, like Harvard, frequently requested guest lectures.

 He once thought every everyone as his students. When asked to celebrate his birthday by his friends and students one day, Dr. Radha Krishnayya responded, "It would be a tremendous pleasure for me if you all celebrated my birthday, but I want you all to show the greatest thanks to your teacher on my birthday." Since then, September 5 has been designated as Teacher's Day.

True instructors, according to Dr. Radha Krishnayya, are those who encourage independent thought.

You will have many teachers during your life, whether they are math professors or science instructors. You might have a favorite professor. From a variety of perspectives, the student claims that "the mother is the first teacher, who teaches us the ethics, values, and how to live in this world." According to a proverb, instructors serve as our second mothers because they educate us on how to live our lives to the fullest, just as a mother gives birth to us.

I concur, however, I would also add, "Let the instructor be our second mother, but the mother is our first teacher." She counts you in an I-centric world. She teaches you to put money aside when you're in a tight spot. There is also the reality that occupations would not exist without teachers. Although a painful fact, this one nonetheless exists. Beyond the classroom, or at least around the world, teacher-led learning has an impact.

A vocation that teaches another is teaching. "If a country wants to be corrupt-free and become a nation of beautiful minds, then three members can make a difference, they are the father, the mother, and the teacher," said Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam in one of his beautiful quotes. There is a famous question: If you had to choose between God and a teacher, which would you pick? Some may claim that I will select God. But instead, you wind up going wrong there. You learn from the teacher, who also demonstrates the way to God. But, if you find a simple way to approach God, you end up loving your life.

Finally, even though it will never be enough, I would like to express my thanks in words in some little but meaningful way. Just a select few teachers are capable of instructing this young generation, and I am honored to have been their student.