Happy Teacher’s Day 2020 Wishes Images, Quotes, Messages, Status
There is no one like teachers. They help shape our minds and personalities, but most of all they help us become better human being. There’s no denying that they hold a very important place in our lives. While teacher’s day is celebrated on different dates across the world, in India it is celebrated on 5th September. On this day we commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. This year, even though the celebrations will be different but there’s no reason to not make your teachers feel special.
That’s why we have collated a few messages for your favourite teachers who have prepared you and taught you lessons for life. Take a look below and spread the love!
Happy Teacher’s Day 2020 Wishes Images: Don’t forget to wish your favourite teacher! (Photo: Designed by Gargi Singh)
*Good teachers are hard to find and we were really lucky to have you as our teacher.
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*The superb ways of teachers like you is the difference between teaching and educating.
Thanks for teaching us, educating us and empowering us.
Happy Teacher’s Day! Happy Teacher’s Day 2020 Wishes Images: The best Teachers are those who show you where to look but don’t tell you what to see. (Photo: Pixabay)
*You have helped shaped me into the person I am today and for that, I will always be thankful! Happy Teacher’s Day 2020 Wishes Images: All of your hard work and efforts are greatly appreciated. (Photo: Pixabay)
Teachers’ Day Wishes: Best wishes and messages to share with your teachers on Teachers’ Day 2020
By – TIMESOFINDIA.COMUpdated: Sep 5, 2020, 08:40 ISTfacebooktwitterincom
Teachers Day is celebrated on September 5th in India and is a day to express the love and gratitude we feel towards those who have taught us in life, from school teachers to college professors to our tutors or trainers in fields other than acadamics.
Why 5th September?
5 September 1888 was the birth day of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the first Vice President and the second President of India. Teacher’s day is celebrated on his birth anniversary.
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No matter how old we grow, the lessons taught by our teachers can never be forgotten. They build the foundation for our moral values and nurture children with their love and care. This Teachers day, tell your lovable teachers how much you adore them. Feel proud and honoured to celebrate Teacher’s day.
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Here we have listed a few wishes and messages that you can send your teachers on Teachers Day 2020:
Words can never pay the knowledge you have given us, words can never tell you how acknowledged we students are to have you as teachers. Happy teachers’ day!
Our parents gave birth, you brought life. A life where we were taught about good and bad, honesty, ethics, and morals which added to our characters. Happy teachers day, thank you for shaping us!
Teachers’ Day Speech Ideas for Students In English
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 2020
Teacher is a person
who always helps everybody
to get the knowledge and
always stands beside the students
when they have problems.
Thanks for being my teacher.
Happy Teachers Day 2020
I feel like we don’t pay enough attention to our teachers. You deserve so much more. But on this day, we will shout about your greatness from every corner, so everyone can know how amazing you are. Thank you for making us the happiest students in the world. Happy Teachers’ Day!
I have so much gratitude for you, teacher. You are a role model for all of your students. Thank you for making us wiser each and every day. Happy Teachers’ Day!
Today we celebrate the wonder that a teacher is. You might think that your students don’t see the passion, the effort, and the proverbial extra mile you go to and put in every single day when you are in class. However, as your student, I can guarantee you that you are appreciated and we are glad to have such a great teacher. Happy Teacher’s Day!
“You show me how to behave properly, you teach me invaluable lessons, and you make me learn from my mistakes. Saying that I appreciate you and what you do for me is an understatement. Happy Teacher’s Day 2020!”
“Teaching is one such profession which teaches all the other professions…. Wishing you a very Happy Teachers Day and a big thank you for being such a great teacher.”
To my favorite teacher.
You have helped me by enlightening me with your wisdom,
Transforming me with your intellect and
Working diligently with perseverance.
You have helped shaped me into the person
I am today and for that I will always be thankful!
For my sweet retired teacher, for all the years you have extended your gracious effort in shaping many careers I thank you with all my heart and extend my good wishes for you. You have been a true inspiration and a great mentor for everyone in school.
Jeevan me kabhi haar na manna
Sangharshon se kabhi na darna
Museebaton ka karna datt kar saamna
Aur sadaa nyaay-path par hai chalna
Ye aap hi to hamen sikhate ho
Isliye shikshak kehlaate ho!
Is Shikshak Diwas par sabhi guruon ko koti-koti abhinandan!!
Accept this gift from all of us. I hope it will remind you of how a great teacher you are.
Happy Teacher’s Day!
This beautiful card is for my retired teacher whose service in our school is greatly appreciated and who has been one of the stalwarts of our school with her good teaching. Teacher, I thank you with all my heart for your service.
To all the friends who lift up when you are down and teaches you to bring the best, happy Teacher’s to them!
Dear teacher, it is because of you that I became a good student. Thanks for all that you have done for me. Wishing you a very happy Teacher’s Day.
If knowledge is the light, then you are this guiding star that gives us this light. Thanks to you, we abandoned ignorance and got ready to explore this wonderful world full of knowledge and amazing mysteries!
I know that teachers are grossly underpaid for all they do. I honestly think that you cannot put a price tag on the hard work you bring into our classroom every single day. The amount of passion, heart, soul, and effort you put into your job cannot be calculated with dollar amounts. And I know that you find your real compensation in how much your students succeed. Happy Teacher’s Day!
“With a great teacher like you, I was sure that life would be a successful journey but I never knew you will also make the journey to success such a cakewalk. I can’t express my gratitude, Sir!”
“To someone who has taken the time to listen to my concerns, guide me on the path to knowledge, and reassure me on my life’s path. Happy Teacher’s Day!”
“A simple ‘thank you’ is probably not enough. Not only have you taught me lessons from the book, but you have also taught me lessons from life. So here’s wishing you a Happy Teacher’s Day!”
“I find myself extremely lucky to find a teacher like you…. On the occasion of Teachers Day, I want to wish you and thank you for believing in me in my bad days.”
“Today is the day to celebrate the amazing patience a teacher has, the amount of sacrifices she makes for her students…. To one such teacher, I wish a very Happy Teachers Day.”
Teachers Day History
Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was a respected Academic before he got into politics. He was a Professor at many colleges and even represented the University of Calcutta at the Congress of the Universities of the British Empire and the International Congress of Philosophy at Harvard University.
He was Principal at Harris Manchester College, Oxford and would lecture the University of Oxford students on Comparative Religion.
The story goes that after he was President of India, some old students and friends asked him to allow them to celebrate his birthday wi which he answered, “Instead of celebrating my birthday, it would be my proud privilege if September 5th is observed as Teachers’ Day.”
Ever since then his birthday has been celebrated as Teachers’ Day in India.
Teachers Day Significance
Teachers educate us where our family or other carers can not. Their role in any society is irreplaceable as they can shape the future of their society by with the impact they have on their students. Though he was given the honour of being President, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan had been a teacher himself and clearly understood the power that lay in teachers when it came to shaping a nation and thus remembered to honour teachers on his birthday.