As its name describes, some facts about children’s day it is a day of children but you need to know everything about it, how it is celebrated and why it is celebrated. Children’s Day is the most auspicious day and a very special day for children.
Why 14 November is so special for children All you need to know is here
You can imagine what smile it used to bring on your face when you would hear of celebrating Children’s Day in your school. I am sure you all must have some unforgettable memory of 14 November in your school. Yes, It is celebrated on 14 November every year which also commemorates the birth anniversary of our first prime minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.
Why is it celebrated?
Our first prime minister, Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru was very fond of children. His affection to children is known today and it will be remembered forever. Due to his love and care for children, he is called ‘Chacha Nehru’. 14 November marks his date of birth and after his demise, it was decided to celebrate his date of birth as a children’s day. He believed that children are the building block of any nation. Every child should get the best education and be brought up in such a way that it provides them a best future.
We can say children are the soul of any country. It is because development and growth of any country depends upon children of that country that what education they are and how they are being brought up. Chacha Nehru observed and loved children and their future very closely and he said that for a better India, we need all things
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To provide All better resources to what a child needs to grow. He constructed many schools and colleges for better education of children where lakhs of children are still learning and growing which will surely help in transforming India from a developing nation to a developed nation.
How is it celebrated?
On 14 November, Children’s day is celebrated across India. On this day schools and colleges celebrate in a special way. Schools and colleges organize many cultural events, debates, painting competitions, writing competitions and other such activities which engages children to do something new and learn something new. Many schools organize children’s fair too, in which children are the buyer and children are sellers. Schools and colleges also distribute sweets, chocolates and other prizes to children. On this day teachers and other education activists try every possible thing to make children happy and feel special as compare to other days of year.
This day is a reminder that every child deserves education, nurturing and all best resources so that they can grow in such a way that will transform India into a country of immense power and resources.