Teacher’s Day Google Doodle shows a red octopus taking a class. This class is underwater, where the fish have become students. Teacher’s Day is a group of people who found subjects like math, chemistry and music in Google Doodle. The teacher is shown taking classes, submitting assignments, testing and answering a math question.
India celebrates Teachers’ Day on September 5 every year on the birthday of former President and eminent academic Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. The former President was born on September 5, 1988 in Tamil Nadu. Taught at Presidency College, Chennai and University of Calcutta. He was also the Deputy Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh from 1931 to 1936.
Dr. Sarvpalli Radhakrishnan was known as a great educator and a great philosopher. The Government of India has accorded the highest honor to the Bharat Ratna for his immense contribution to Indian society.
On the eve of Teacher’s Day, a new Google doodle tried to reveal that the role of the teacher in our lives is not limited to one dimension. They teach us all kinds of things. The teacher has a huge contribution to make in building the nation. He gives a new direction to the community. This is the reason why the Guru has been number one in India since ancient times. Eventually the Gurukul tradition began in India. On September 5th, all students thank the teacher for their guidance.