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Teachers’ Day Special On September 5: Cycle Wale Guruji: The Unsung Hero of Education, Bringing Hope to the Underprivileged

Every year, on September 5th, India celebrates Teachers’ Day to honor the educators who shape young minds. This year, let’s delve into the inspiring journey of one of India’s most remarkable teachers, Aditya Kumar, affectionately known as ‘Cycle Wale Guruji’.

Commemorating the birthday of the former Vice President of India and eminent scholar, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, September 5 is celebrated as Teachers’ Day in India. This day is a tribute to the countless dedicated educators who have contributed selflessly to the realm of education. Among these inspiring educators, one individual stands out – Aditya Kumar, affectionately known as ‘Cycle Wale Guruji.’ With an extraordinary mission to impart the gift of education to over one crore underprivileged students across the nation, ‘Cycle Wale Guruji’ embarks on a truly unique path. In this article, we delve into the remarkable journey and life goal of Aditya Kumar as he continues to provide free education, igniting hope and change in the lives of countless children.

Aditya Kumar aka ‘Cycle Wale Guruji’

Aditya Kumar, born in Farrukhabad, Uttar Pradesh, has a unique goal – he wants to provide an excellent education to Indian children, and he does it while riding a bicycle. He travels thousands of kilometers on his bicycle, stopping wherever he goes to teach underprivileged children for free. ‘Cycle Wale Guruji,’ as he is affectionately known, turns any place he visits into a classroom for the day, bringing education to kids in need.


Cycle Wale Guruji: The Unsung Hero of Education, Bringing Hope to the Underprivileged
Cycle Wale Guruji: The Unsung Hero of Education, Bringing Hope to the Underprivileged


How It All Began For ‘Cycle Wale Guruji’

Aditya Kumar faced financial difficulties in his family, which often left him going to bed hungry. Having experienced poverty, he understood the challenges of obtaining a good education. While he was in college, Aditya started giving private lessons to support himself financially. Not only did he teach his paying students, but he also provided free education to underprivileged children who couldn’t afford it.

After earning his BSc degree in 1995, Aditya Kumar made a life-changing decision. He wanted to use his education and teaching skills to educate the children of his country, and their success would be his greatest reward. Although his family wanted him to get married and have a stable job, Aditya had a different vision. When he couldn’t make his family understand his mission, he left home. Since he didn’t have a permanent place to stay, he began living at the Lucknow railway station while teaching children from the nearby area.


Aditya Kumar: Achievements, Awards And Recognition

Gradually, people began to notice and appreciate Aditya’s tireless efforts, and someone even gifted him a bicycle. It was around this time that he earned the nickname ‘Cycle Wale Guruji.’ As an educator, ‘Cycle Wale Guruji’ has received numerous accolades and awards. He has been honored with the prestigious ‘National Hero Award,’ and in 2018, Google recognized him with the title ‘India’s No. 1 Teacher.’ Aditya’s name has also been recorded in the Limca Book of Records and the Guinness Book of World Records for his remarkable contributions to education.


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