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Celebrating Teacher’s day with &TV artists

A good teacher is like a candle, it consumes itself to light the way for others. True to this, there are many television personalities who have been guiding force in the lives of many. Listed below are few of them who share with us their Teacher’s Day memories and what does this day mean to them. Shaan who is seen as a coach in &TV’s The Voice India Kids I have been learning singing since the past 10 years from Ustad Ghulam Mustafa Khan. I consider hi1m as a father figure and whatever he shares with me stays in my mind. As a mentor on The Voice India Kids I feel happy that I am departing my knowledge and experience with the youth of tomorrow. The kids learn and adapt to things quickly. As they say, “The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it apart from you.”     Shekhar Ravjiani who is seen as a coach in &TV’s The Voice India Kids 2 The guidance of my dad led to the start of my journey in music. I feel he has bestowed all his knowledge to me. I feel privileged that I am taking my father’s dream forward and educating the kids of today’s generation about the importance of music. I can also recollect some beautiful memories of Teacher’s day from school, as I was keen in music since my childhood. I use to perform along with a few other children in front of our teachers.       Neeti Mohan who is seen as a coach in &TV’s The Voice India Kids 3 My biggest teacher in my life is my Dad. I am glad that he taught me to be a good student; not only in studies but in whatever I do. I feel privileged to be a part of The Voice India Kids as apart from imparting lessons to the kids, I get to learn a lot from them as well. I have my fondest memories of Teacher’s day from my boarding school and it was one of those days we all would eagerly wait for. I am a firm believer in the thought that “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”       Akshay Dogra a.k.a Jagan from Waaris  4 I will be shooting for my show “Waaris” on Teacher’s day, but, I sure would like to pay my gratitude to all the people who have come in my life in one form of relationship or other and taught me something about myself. I remember teachers day used to be such a huge celebration back in my school (APJ sheikh Sarai, New Delhi). The whole school used to be so festive. I never missed that school day for the world, so much so that I had stitches on my head once just the day before, yet there I was, with a band aid on my head. Fun days those were!   Saumya Tandon a.k.a Anita bhabi from ‘Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai’  5 Teachers of my life have been my parents, their upbringing and childhood lessons has made me who I am. Every teacher’s day I used to give my father a letter and a rose. He use to prepare me for all debates and public speaking and my literature classes. That is what helped me to face the stage and an audience.     Archana Taide a.k.a Sindoori from “Santoshi Maa”  6 For me life is the biggest teacher. On every teacher’s day I always do special prayer thanking my teachers for sculpting my personality. My fondest memory of Teacher’s day dates back to my school days. In school we used to perform on teacher’s day and as that was one day we could get away with even mimicking our teachers (laughs).