Happy Teacher's Day-GURU KA MAHETV(Hindi poem)

Ruchi Chadha
Ruchi Chadha / Blog / 6 yrs ago /



Guru ka mahetv kabhi hoga na kum,
Bhale kar le kitni bhi unnati hum,
Waise to hai internet pe har prakaar ka gyaan,
Par ache bure ki nahi hai use pehchaan .

 Nahin hain shabd kaise karoon dhanyavaad,
Bas chahiye har pal aap sabka aashirvaad,
Hoon jahan aaj mai usme hain bada yogdaan,
Aap sabka jinhone diya mujhe itna gyaan.

 Aapne banaya hai mujhe is yogya,
Ki praapt karoon mai apna lakshya,
Diya hai har samay aapne sahaara ,
Jab bhi laga mujhe ki mai haara.

Par main hoon kitna matlabi,
Yaad kiya na maine aapko kabhi,
Aaj karta hoon dil se aap sab ka sammaan,
Aap sab ko hai mera shat shat pranaam.


PS:I would take this opportunity to thank all those teachers be it my school,college,IIT or MBA Coaching who have in some or the other way contributed to my development as an Individual.I will not be able to take the names of all of them but would surely like to mention a few names here:DIXIT SIR,ALKESH SIR(COLLEGE),TIME(LKO)-ALL TEACHERS AT ALIGANJ BRANCH),school(MRS FERNANDEZ,MISS MOLLY SILL,MISS ANJALI,MRS PATNEY,MRS NIVEDITA),IIT COACHING(ADITYA SIR).I know I have missed out most of the names but their importance in my life will always remain.Also,I would like to thank my parents for they have always been my teachers.Thanks to all of you.

manoj / / 2 months ago

really nice poem

manjeet / / 7 months ago

awesome n also universelly truth.

Mukesh Verma / / 7 months ago
Mukesh Verma

Very Purfect Massege to Our Respected Teachers From All of Us ( Students )

Jacinth / / 8 months ago

Awesome poem.... true to the best... the best grattitude to be given to our teachers through the lines of ur oem......thnks a lot.... jacinth

Ruchi Chadha / / 10 months ago
Ruchi Chadha

Thanks a ton Fatima.:)


Fatima / / 10 months ago

I really liked the poem. It is true that when we grow up we start to forget the ones who were responsible for our success our parents and teachers and when the teacher's day arrives we all remember them. we should not only remember them for just one day but be grateful to them and remember them rest of our lives.
- Fatima Syed Liyakath Ali

Ruchi Chadha / / 6 yrs ago
Ruchi Chadha

thanks sougata for commenting.u r the first one to stop and do so.sometimes we take people (in this case our teachers) for granted and forget to thank them for the great work they are doing.

3 cheers for all the teachers.

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Achillees / / 6 yrs ago

i miss thse moments of school and coachings...they filled us with so much josh and an insitinct to do somethng... you write good...keeep blogging..!cheers -me

Achillees / / 6 yrs ago

heyy ruchiii...this one's rilly beautiful and a true dedication to the mentors who shaped our lives... like the poem and the note below.. was remembering ma tacher too, while reading..

seva-lamberdar / / 2 yrs ago

Hi Ruchi,

Splendid idea to honor your "favorite" teachers on Teachers Day (Sept. 5) by a poem.

Perhaps a little mention is due here about one of India's greatest scholars, teachers and statemen, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, after whom the Teachers Day was introduced (his birth day: Sept. 5, 1888). The following info. on Dr. Radhakrisnan from Wiki,

Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan (5 September 1888, Tiruttani, now in Tamil Nadu – 17 April 1975) was an Indian philosopher and statesman who was the was the first Vice President of India (1952–1962) and the second President of India from 1962 to 1967.[1]

One of India's most influential scholars of comparative religion and philosophy, Radhakrishnan built a bridge between the East and the West by showing how the philosophical systems of each tradition are comprehensible within the terms of the other. He wrote authoritative exegeses of India's religious and philosophical literature for the English speaking world. His academic appointments included the King George V Chair of Mental and Moral Science at the University of Calcutta (1921–1931) and Spalding Professor of Eastern Religion and Ethics at Oxford University (1936–1952).

Radhakrishnan was knighted in 1931 but ceased to use the title "Sir" after India attained independence. [2] Among the many other honours he received were the Bharat Ratna (1954) and the Order of Merit (1963). His birthday is celebrated in India as Teachers' Day on 5 September.
Ref.: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarvepalli_Radhakrishnan

- Lamberdar