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Sunday 3 September 2023

Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan Speech

 Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan Speech IN ENGLISH 


The spiritual master is Brahmā, the spiritual master is Vishnu, the spiritual master is God and the spiritual master is Maheśvara.

The spiritual master is directly the Supreme Brahman.


                     Today is September 5th Teacher's Day. I salute all the teachers on this day. Today is the birthday of former President of India, a teacher and a worshiper of great religion and philosophy. The thoughts of this great philosopher are most thought provoking as a person and as a teacher. Speaking about the importance of teachers, he says that even with well-equipped buildings and resources, they cannot replace ideal teachers.

शालेय भाषणे 

            What exactly is a teacher ? So Shi-Silvan, Ks-Forgiving, K-Kala who have the triple confluence of Shil, Kshama, and Kala, Kartrtva? So the teacher, in fact, the teacher is the architect of millions of minds. Like a potter shaping the clay on a spinning wheel and making pots, the teacher has the same job as an ambassador of India.

             who gave philosophical lessons to the whole world. Let us learn about Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan. He was born on 5 September 1888 in Tirutani, Andhra Pradesh, to a poor family. He spent his childhood in the famous pilgrimage sites of Tirutani and Tirupati. He received his primary and secondary education at a missionary school there. In 1905, he graduated from the Missionary College, Madras with a degree in Philosophy. A. Jhale. In 1908, M.Sc. A. Jhale. For that degree he had written a thesis on Vedanta ethics. He married at the age of sixteen and in 1909 began teaching at the Madras Presidency College to support himself. They teach difficult subjects like philosophy very easily. That is why he became the beloved teacher of the students. He wrote many articles to promote Hinduism. After reading those articles, Western scholars began to praise Radhakrishnan as a 'modern sage' This great thinker took up the profession of teacher and did the sacred work of enlightenment throughout his life.

शिक्षक दिन प्रश्न मंजुषा आकर्षक प्रमाणपत्र मिळवा 

       He remained associated with the famous university somewhere throughout his life. While working as a professor at the University of Calcutta, he was selected as the representative of India to the "International Philosophy Council" held in England in 1926. He later effectively presented Hindu philosophy in many countries.

           He also wanted to study at Oxford University. But circumstances prevented it. But later, seeing his reputation, the University of Oxford invited him to lecture on religion, ethics and philosophy. They wrote many books. He gave priority to education and holy religion in his writings. He wrote Indian Philosophy, which describes the month of Hindu culture and its importance. He translated the Bhagavad Gita from English.

         Radhakrishnan was an efficient administrator. He represented India at the United Nations. In 1952, he became President of UNESCO. In 1949, he was appointed by the Government of India as the first Ambassador of Russia. In 1952, he was appointed as the first Vice-President of independent India. In 1967, he became the second President of India. In 1954, the Government of India conferred on him the highest civilian honour, the Bharat Ratna.

           Radhakrishnan was a great thinker, popular teacher, learned pedagogue, skilled diplomat and administrator. His birthday is celebrated as 'Teacher's Day' in recognition of his lifelong contribution to education. Dr. Radhakrishnan was a bone teacher. To remove distrust in the education sector, Dr. Let us take inspiration from the life work of Radhakrishnan! This great thinker and teacher of India passed away on 17 April

         Friends, we celebrate 'Teacher's Day' because it is an important day in our school life to express our respect for the ideal teacher. We celebrate this day to show respect and gratitude for our relationship with our teachers. That is all I can say about this great thinker and ideal teacher!

                  “Time will stop and look back.

He will put this on your work Mujra"

Good luck with your work!

thank you !

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