Yes, we do celebrate it. In Nepal we celebrate it on Guru Purnima. I made a post on that day. If you have not read it then you may read it here: http://juneli.wordpress.com/2008/07/18/happy-teachers-day/All the days - mother's day, father's day, Dasehara, Deewali, bhai dhooj, and so many other festivals - we celebrate according to the Hindu calender (panchang) Happy Teacher's day.
'They' don't really 'celebrate' it in the spirit of a celebration.Sporadically a few good people who get a few good teachers do 'celebrate'. Its a joyful thing for them. Otherwise I'm skeptical.School--yes we did celebrate it for 2-3 teachers (celebrate = wished them from our heart).College--I have known a few cases of a few good men.The world's getting cold didi! Hope you had a better experience at school. Cheers to all you teachers :)
hi Juneliit's really great that these festivals are celebrated according to the Hindu calender.We should learn it from our friendly neighbour.Thanks.I read it long back,will read it again.-vandy
hi Ashish.At school level it's still celebrated with lot of enthu.I had fun that day.TC -vandy
An extremely belated Happy Teacher's DayAnd a 'beforated' Happy Dusshera and Diwali :-D
Thanks Deepak,best wishes to you too.Read the print out of ur mumbai post.You know why I take so long in leaving comment on your posts.visited ur orkut account too.Didn't know it existed.-vandy
Happy Diwali - still in Pune. I am going Lko next month for a marriage ...
Happy Birthday, Vandana. Hope kids have planned a surpise for you.
Happy Birthday :-)
Thanks ManishAs The cliche goes..Now candles cost more than the cake. :-)-Vandy.
Thanks Anon.How are you?Long time.No mail, no post..you look busy...TC-vandy.
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