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Children's Day in India
Every year on November 14th, the birth anniversary of Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru, the country's first prime minister, Children's Day is observed throughout India. Pundit Nehru, who the children affectionately called "Chacha Nehru," fought for the rights of children to an education. The United Nations recognised November 20 as Children's Day, and India celebrated it on that day prior to Pundit Nehru's death. Following Nehru's passing in 1964, a resolution was enacted designating November 14 as Children's Day in commemoration of him and his appeal to young people.
Every year on November 14th, India celebrates Children's Day in honour of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, our country's first prime minister, who was born on this day in 1886. He was a great lover of children, and they remember him warmly as Chacha Nehru. His birthdate was designated as Children's Day nationally following his passing in 1964.
As he firmly felt that children will lead the country in the future, Pandit Nehru loved children and supported their education. He firmly believed that children should be raised with rich moral virtues. He believed that in order for children to grow up to be responsible and useful members of society, they must be properly shaped from an early age.
The majority of schools in the nation commemorate this unique day by planning kid-focused sociocultural events. Poetry, recitation, fancy dress contests, singing and dance competitions, children's performances and skits are a few of the events. Kids receive gifts including toys, clothes, stationery, chocolates, toffees, and other exciting delicacies in addition to refreshments. They occasionally watch family-friendly films and television programmes.
Thus, Children's Day highlights how important it is to show each child love and affection. The entire nation celebrates it with tremendous zeal and ardour. Since they can fully enjoy the day, all children treasure it. It is crucial to keep in mind that this momentous milestone is commemorated in order to carry out Pandit Nehru's vision of giving every kid access to a high-quality education so they can grow up to be the future foundation of the country and make significant contributions to society.