What comes to my mind when I think of Ultimate bliss or a perfect gift from god is a “Teacher”. A significant figure in our life who provides us tips, tools, techniques and knowledge to help us expand our consciousness and raise our energetic frequency.
Apart from parents and family a child spends most of the time at school and it is in school that the character of a child is molded. A teacher inculcates values, traditions and principles in every individual’s life for more than 10 years , and these 10 years are the most essential years for the growth . The teacher is like a potter and the child is the clay. They take what is plain vacuum almost, and changes that clay into a stunning pot that can be used and can be helpful in a million ways. By this it implies that the child is given to the teacher by being normal and it is the teacher who actually gives the student’s life some direction.
A teacher is a perfect blend of knowledge, love, guidance, sacrifices and values. A teacher puts in great effort in everything she does for the child. A teacher’s efforts are enormous. A teacher helps us in ascending in life, in the sense that what she plants today in our mind may one day help us become a great person and come up with flying colors.
Lets salute our teachers by honoring them on this great day celebrates Teacher’s day by remembering a leader, the teacher of all teachers Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. Dr S Radhakrishnan was born on September 5th, 1888 in Tiruttani. He is one of the famous Indian philosophers and statesman, his birthday is celebrated as the Teacher’s day. He was the first vice president of India and then became the president in 1962.
Dr S Radhakrishnan started his teaching profession at the Madras Presidency College, he then became the professor of Philosophy by the University of Mysore. His philosophy journals include The Quest, Journal of Philosophy and the International Journal of Ethics. He even wrote books titled “The Philosophy of Rabindranath Tagore” and “The Reign of Religion in Contemporary Philosophy”.
After serving as the principal at the Harris Manchester College, he later became the Vice- Chancellor of Andhra University. Popularly known as Sarvepalli, he even represented India at UNESCO and later as the Ambassador of the Soviet Union. In 1952, he was elected as the vice president of India. He was the first vice president and the second president.
When his students and friends requested him to celebrate his birthday on September 5th, he suggested them to celebrate this day as the Teacher’s day.
We bring some blessing from all the teachers, teaching the geniuses all round the Lake City !!
Mrs. Shahnaaz B. Doza
(Principal, Central Academy (Hiran Magri))
Learn from your mistakes do not repeat them, and have a beautiful future.”
Mrs. Priya Bose
(Principal, Central Academy (Sardarpura))
Mrs. Preeti Saroha
Mrs. Komal Maroo
“Lead a Self Disciplined Life and rock in everything you do. Gain from every moment of life. Theprimary focus of the students should be to excel in their studies. This is their first contribution to thedevelopment of the nation.”
Mrs. Shalini Dixit
– Mr. Puneet Pandya, P.T.I. Central Academy, Sector 5
– Mr. Dilip Yadav, Director – The Success Point & The Success College
Lets thank those great personalities who have shaped our lives and made us think out of the box .
A positive or negative influence from a teacher early on in life can have a great effect on the life.
Thank you Teachers !! 🙂
Inputs By: Yash Sharma
Edited By: Chani Soni