Teacher's Day has different origins worldwide, with many countries celebrating it on different dates to honor educators

History and Origin

Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan:  Teacher's Day is celebrated on September 5th in India. Students gives flowers, gifts, and cards to their teachers.

It is the birthday of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, a philosopher, and India's second President.

Apple Traditions:  students traditionally offer apples to their respective teachers in some countries.

World Teacher's Day:  UNESCO established World Teacher's Day on October 5th, celebrating teachers' crucial role in shaping global education.

Various Dates:  Countries like the USA, UK, and Australia have different Teacher Appreciation Days throughout the year.

Chilean Ruler Tribute:  Chile celebrates Teacher's Day on October 16th to remember a renowned poet and educator, received the Nobel Prize in Literature.

Guatemala's Torch Parade Day:  Guatemala celebrates Teacher's Day with a unique torch parade to enlighten the knowledge.

Buddhist Connection: Teacher's Day falls on January 16th to honor King Rama IV in Thailand, who was a monarch and teacher of Buddhism.

Turkey's Teachers day: Turkish students celebrate teachers' day on November 24th with participating in nationwide activities and ceremonies.

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