Celebrating those who build the future of the nation says Sanjay Dalmia
Since ages, teachers have been playing a significant role in Indian society. We are all aware of Dronacharya who trained Arjuna to become an unmatchable warrior, how Chanakya taught Chandragupta to be a great leader who turned out to the greatest king India ever had. From the ancient era to modern times, teachers have been at the forefront in shaping India like it is today.
Today, we celebrate Teacher’s Day in the memory of former Indian President, Philosopher, and an outstanding teacher Bharat Ratna Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan on his Birth anniversary. Since then, we celebrate every teacher as the star of the nation-building.
Chairman of the Dalmia Group — Sanjay Dalmia says, “The relationship between the duo — the teacher and the student, it has always been special. You can forget everything but not your teachers. You may lose contact with them when you grow up and get busy in your lives, but you never forget your teachers”.
Time and again, teachers have proved that they are the real heroes amidst the difficult times. This becomes more important amid the pandemic when millions of students are facing schools and college closures. Those who are teaching online are facing the problems of the glitchy software and children mayhem, while others are struggling through offline modes of disseminating education so that their students don’t grapple.
Moreover, in this world of hassle, we should also not forget to recognise the ones who are preserving, promoting, and propagating our ancient heritage — the yoga teachers. “Yoga is our heritage. We should also celebrate the efforts of our yoga teachers who have made yoga a huge global success. Via yoga, the world is now getting to know the real and true India,” says Sanjay Dalmia.
On this Teacher's Day, let’s recognise the unparalleled contribution that our teachers have made in our respective lives.