The whole of India is geared up to celebrate Teachers’ Day 2016 on September 5 and a celebration is incomplete without some relevant songs. The entire nation remembers Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan on September 5, as it is marked as his birthday. He was a renowned teacher academic philosopher and the second President of India. And on this particular day, the significant contribution by teachers for their society is highlighted on a larger scale.
5th of September has been celebrated as Teachers’ Day since 1962. The inception of it took place as some of Radhakrishnan’s students urged him to allow them to celebrate his birthday and since then it has become a way to show gratitude towards the teachers.
Along with the remembrance of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Teachers’ Day also rejuvenates everyone and sets a mood for celebration in the educational institutions.
Almost all the educational institutions such as schools, colleges and the other educational establishments celebrate Teachers’ day with great enthusiasm and excitement. Classrooms turn out into a mini stage, and all the students deliver speeches, dance and singing performances, skit plays to dedicate to their teachers. All the fun and frolic events rejuvenate everyone’s mood. To express their love for the teachers students even offer them various gifts.
Bollywood has delivered a lot many Hindi songs related to teachers, highlighting their importance in the society as well as the lives of their students. One can download series of Hindi songs related to teachers which are available online.
Following are the top 6 old and new Hindi songs for Teachers’ Day which has been delivered by Bollywood to celebrate the heart touching teacher- student bonding:
“Masti Ki Pathsala”: This fun and frolic song from the movie “Rang De Basanti” always lifts up the mood and is perfect for the occasion of Teachers’ Day.
“Sir Sir O Sir”: The video of the song features Pooja Bhatt and Atul Agnihotri portrays the exact way of expressing love for your teacher.
“Kholo Kholo”: This track from “Taare Zameen Pe” has got the power to drive students to the right path.
“Aye Khuda”: This song from the movie Paathsala is quite melodious and portrays the life of a teacher.
“Masterji Ki Aagayi Chitthi”: This old track with hilarious lyrics portrays some school students singing on receiving a letter from their teacher.
“Tum Asha Vishwas Hamare”: This is a soothing song sung by the legendary Lata Mangeshkar, which portrays the importance of a teacher.