Teacher's Day Celebration At RSS Jaipur

Parents are a child's first teacher who gives them life lessons and after that comes to the Guru or teacher who leads the child ahead in life. In our young and impressionable years, our teachers played a very important role-- they have been our role models, our inspiration, and parent-figures outside of our home who taught us many lessons about life. At times they might be tough on us but, in hindsight, it was only to mold and shape our talents, to make us fight our fears, and to work on our weaknesses. In fact, a good teacher not only imparts knowledge to their students but they inspire, encourage, and instill curiosity to find solutions to problems. To honor these remarkable people in our lives, Teachers' Day is celebrated as an important day world wide. For instance, in the United States, it is celebrated in the first week of May; in the United Kingdom, it is celebrated on October 5. Meanwhile, in India Teachers' Day is celebrated annually on September 5 which also marks Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan's birth anniversary.











Hindi Diwas At RSS Jaipur

is celebrated annually on the 14th of September all over India to give importance to the Hindi language. It is a government-sponsored event celebrated in the firms, offices, schools, colleges, and other educational institutions. It is celebrated to promote and spread the importance of Hindi language among people. It is a patriotic reminder to us celebrated with a variety of activities like feasts, competitions, events, including other services. Hindi is our native language spoken by almost 258 million people and has been recognized as 4th most-spoken language worldwide. It is being celebrated from 1949 because on this day Hindi has written Devanagari script was adopted as the official language of the Republic of India by the Constituent Assembly of India.









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Gandhi Jayanti At RSS Jaipur

The birthday of Mahatma Gandhi is celebrated in India every year by the name Gandhi Jayanti or Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti. It falls yearly on the 2nd of October when there is a gazetted holiday all over India. On the second of October, a great person Mahatma Gandhi was born in the year 1869 at Porbandar in Gujarat to Karamchand Gandhi and Putlibai. Mahatma Gandhi is also known as Bapu in India for his unforgettable contributions and struggle for the freedom of Indian. All the Government offices, banks, schools, colleges, post offices and etc are closed on the 2nd of October. Some of the Businesses and organizations are open for small hours to celebrate the day.











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Diwali Activity At RSS Jaipur

Diwali or the festival of lights is celebrated with much pomp and show in various regions across India. The name ‘Deepavali’ literally means an ‘array of lights’; the festival marks the triumph of good over evil. When the diyas are alighted their glow illuminates even the darkest of nights which signifies the enlightenment of soul and the triumph of good over evil. It is about overcoming the darkness of ignorance and propagating the light of knowledge. There are numerous legends associated with the festivities and rituals observed on this day. While some believe that Diwali is a celebration in honor of Lord Rama‘s return to the city of Ayodhya after fourteen long years, others worship Goddess Kali on this day. For some, it marks the beginning of New Year and they offer prayers to Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha. Though the beliefs vary, the essence of the festival is to spread harmony and happiness. If you want to explore the philosophical meanings of this festive occasion and also want to send it to your friends, you can refer to the wonderful quotes given below. These quotations go beyond the superficial meanings and celebration and give you the essence of the festival.