गुरु ब्रह्मा है, गुरु विष्णु है, गुरु हि शंकर है;
गुरु हि साक्षात् परब्रह्म है; उन सद्गुरु को प्रणाम ।
Guru is Brahma (the creator), Guru is Vishnu (the organizer), Guru is the Maheshwara (the destroyer).Guru is verily the representative of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. He creates, sustains knowledge and destroys the weeds of ignorance. Like Parabrahma, Guru is the supreme god or almighty. Since Guru leads to a path of light, Guru is that Parabrahma and we bow to that Guru.
Teacher’s endeavor in virtual studies
One of the biggest mentor of our lives, in shaping the future, is our teacher apart from the parents being the other two. The role they play during our academic years is commendable in imparting the education, knowledge and comprehension.
The good or bad. The right or wrong. To do or not to do. We learn many things in those years. We remember some. We apply some. We forget some. We follow some. But they all leads us to thrive ourselves and the teachers has always stands as the pillars to reach one on the top.
Even in these unprecedented times, the strenuous efforts of the teachers has prove that nothing is impossible, as the word itself read as “I m possible”, by conducting the virtual classes and making them pragmatically successful.
Unlike every year, teachers’ day 2020 celebrations on 5th September – the birth anniversary of India’s first Vice-President and second President Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan – in schools, colleges, and educational institutions will be distinct.
The schools/institutions in the country have remained closed since March after the outbreak of the COVID-19 students will miss the presence of their teachers in place. Thankfully, the virtual classes or assemblies has given the opportunity to students to show cast their gratitude towards them.
Let’s take this opportunity to honor and applaud all the teachers for their endless endeavors in making the online school – a successful place of learning for one and all on the stake of their own convenience. Many teachers have sacrificed their personal lives, and faced many a challenges to teach online. Their efforts of recording the course videos, for the students to be able to watch them at their own convenience, since not everyone is able to join live classes because of the network issues is phenomenal. The worst effect of pandemic is physical distancing between the teacher and the taught but the silver lining is that many has become an avid learner of technology.
As rightly said above in shloka – Guru is the creator (of online classes) Guru is the organizer (conducting efficaciously) and Guru is the destroyer (ignorance of darkness of COVID-19 era). Academic session 2020-21 will be remarkable in the education history as it has taught us many things via our experiences, mistakes and learning being the other three gurus. A huge respect for all teachers!
NEVER STOP LEARNING BECAUSE LIFE NEVER STOPS TEACHING