My Mother was my 1st Teacher

  • Richa Patel

My mother was my 1st teacher and her lap was my 1st study table. My mother’s name is Smt Sharda Singh. She can understand the role of a teacher much better as she is herself a teacher as well as a mother my mother is a retired principal. She is BA BED.

My mother is an excellent Sanskrit teacher I still remember all quotes taught by her my brother’s marriage card was also printed in Sanskrit.Mother knows best!” is a saying that has relative significance to my life and the things I have learned from my own mother. Does she know everything? Lord, no! But after watching her and observing how she made it this far in life has helped to shape the kind of person I have become.

Smt Sharda Singh

My mother has lived through hell and back, and has hands down become one of the strongest people I know. She also happens to be one of the craftiest as well. This is a compilation of my memories from times when I was with my mother and the many things she has taught me over the years.
When I was in high school I was confused which subject to choose my parents helped me at that moment they always treated me and my brothers equally. After marriage I continued my studies and my parents and husband supported me in that . When I did B.ED training my daughter was 2 year old and my mother took care of her.

Today I am a government teacher and much of it’s credit goes to my mother today also when I go to school she looks after my 2 years son because of which I am able to do my job perfectly. There is nothing that can come close to the love that a mother feels for her children.

Richa Patel

She is the only person who has no demands except our best future. I wish in my every birth I get her as my mother.

(Richa Patel is working as an Assistant Teacher at M.E.M.P.S. Billi Markundi Chopan, Sonbhadra, Uttar Pradesh)

About the author: Abhishek Ranjan

Abhishek Ranjan is the Founder and Director of SarkariSchool.IN

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