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Great Indian Teachers who laid the foundation of Literature !

Kavishala LabsKavishala Labs September 4, 2021
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Glorious Indian teachers who worked for Educational Upliftment in society and became great writers of all times :

5th Sept of every year is celebrated as the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan and has been given the honor of being known as Teachers' Day. Have a look at the finest teachers who made India great.

''A good teacher is like a candle

- it consumes itself to light the way for others"

- Mustafa Kemal Ataturk

Our Indian Teachers have created the most prominent history and are considered as one of the noblest transformers of all time. Devising India has a deep-rooted history as far as the field of education is concerned and the contribution of our very skilled educationalists and teachers has been acknowledged globally.

Kavishala presents the finest Indian teachers who made our society a great place for budding learners and zeal to serve the nation and who have left evergreen marks in the field of education.

Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

  • In India, his birth anniversary is celebrated as Teacher's Day.
  • Being the first Vice President and the second President of the country he had also taught at Madras Presidency College, University of Mysore.
  • His utmost acknowledgment as a teacher of the most difficult concepts of philosophy made him earn a lot of accolades from scholars.
  • Krishnan Ji had made great emphasis on spiritual education and cultural ethics.
  • He taught students at his home sometimes and used to welcome them himself, offer them tea, and help them with lessons.
  • Once a few students proclaimed if they could celebrate his birthday, he replied, "Instead of celebrating my birthday, it would be my proud privilege if my birth date is observed as Teachers' Day."

Dr APJ Abdul Kalam

  • APJ Abdul Kalam was a scientist, a researcher, and India's 11th President as well.
  • Having huge advocacy of education as the primary driving force of personal growth, he believed that apart from holding a mere academic degree, a learner should also enhance interpersonal skills and caliber which are utilised more in shaping his career and life.
  • Served as a guest lecturer at IIM Shillong, Ahmedabad, and Indore and an honorary fellow of the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
  • He taught at IT and IIIT, Hyderabad, and technology at BHU and Anna University.


  • Mostly known as Kautilya, and he is the 1st popular Indian scholar in the Indian history of education.
  • Having served as a professor of political science and economics at Takshila University. He later became a teacher at the same university
  • Famous books that reflect his attire are Arthshastra and Neetishastra.

Swami Dayanand Saraswati

  • Discoverer of Arya Samaj participated in the Hindu reform movement of the Vedic tradition.
  • Most commonly considered as a scholar of the Vedic lore and Sanskrit lipis.
  • Worked hard for promoting equal rights for women, such as the right to education and reading of Indian scriptures.

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