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In many countries, Teachers' Days are intended to be special days for the appreciation of teachers, and may include celebrations to honour them for their special contributions in a particular field area, or the community in general. Most students offer gifts like greeting cards, flowers, chocolates, pens, show pieces, books, etc. to their teachers on this special occasion.
A teacher plays one of the most important roles in our formative years by being our friend, philosopher and guide, and opening our minds and hearts to the magical world of knowledge. Their contribution is recognized and appreciated across countries at different times of the year. In India for instance, 5th September is celebrated as Teachers’ Day. It is synonymous with a day of gratitude for the educators in our life. The tradition started in 1962, by celebrating Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan’s birthday, a scholar, teacher, philosopher and politician known for his dedication towards education.
Teachers work very hard and their best reward is when students recognise and value the same. Most of them have inspired you to become the person you are today, and what better way of expressing gratitude than by creating something special for them to make them feel appreciated on Teachers’ Day.
This day therefore calls for special gift ideas for teachers that are sure to brighten up the celebrations for them. While paying a visit to your favourite teachers is the most thoughtful gesture, sending a gift online is also a great option when your teachers stay miles away from you.
Here’s a gift guide to help you decide on the ideal Teachers’ Day gifts this season:
For all the struggles, sacrifices and hard work that teachers relentlessly do, it is time to express our gratitude and show our appreciation through simple yet special ways.
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