Through a doctor we learn how to love a life. National Doctor’s Day is celebrated on 1st of July every year in India. When there are pandemic situations, doctors are always first to come for the rescue. They are always in a mission to achieve something important than taking a day off for them and their family. They burn to ashes to make us smile. Heroes of the country are those dedicatedly work for saving lives and improving life expectancy while putting their won lives at risk, we call them Doctors. Their contribution towards the human health is beyond expectations. In India doctor’s day is observed in the honour of Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy, to pay tribute to his contributions in the health domain. July 1st happens to be his birth as well as death anniversary. He was a renowned physician, an educationist, a freedom fighter, a social worker and a politician. He also served West Bengal for 14 years as a Chief Minister. He was awarded with the highest Indian civilian award- The Bharat Ratna on 4th February 1961. In the year 1976, the B.C. Roy National Award was instituted in his memory to recognize the eminent person working in the area of medicine. Doctors are the brain and vital members of any health system. Our country has true gems in this field. There is no need of a specific day to remember and honour their contributions towards our country. Every day is a doctor’s day indeed. Since the coronavirus outbreak, health care professionals have not only experienced the gratification of healing patients and saving their lives but also lost many battles along the way. On the top of that, many have even sacrificed their own lives in the line of duty. Edu world salutes these warriors for the sacrifice they are making for the safety and welfare of humanity which is priceless and deserves lifelong gratitude from us. Most importantly, Edu world understands the value health care workers hold in our lives and the kind of treatment they provide for us.