The first Prime Minister of India Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru's birthday falls on 14 November. This day is specially celebrated as 'Children's Day because Nehruji loved children and children used to call him 'Chacha Nehru'. Children's Day is the national festival of India dedicated to children. Nehru also had a major contribution to the independence of the country. As Prime Minister, he had guided the country properly.
Actually, the foundation of Children's Day was laid in 1925. When 'World Conference' on children's welfare was first announced to celebrate Children's Day. It was recognized worldwide in 1954.
Children's day is an important day for children. On this day school, children appear very happy. They dress up and go to school. Children organize special programs in schools. He fondly remembers his uncle Nehru.
In the Children's Fair, children exhibit their own made items. In this, children demonstrate their art. Dances, songs, plays, etc. are performed. The importance of education to the common people is told through street plays.
Children are the future of the country. Therefore, we should pay attention to the education of all children. Particularly, anti-child labor laws should be fully implemented in the true sense. Despite the enactment of several laws, the number of child laborers is increasing year after year. The right place for these children is not in factories but in schools.
On the occasion of Children's Day, the central and state governments announce several programs for the future of children. Our priority should be to raise the standard of living of children. Efforts should be made to make them healthy, fearless and capable citizens. This is the message of Children's Day.
Children's Day is celebrated on 14th November, the birthday of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. This festival is celebrated all over India. We celebrate this festival to make people aware of the right to education of children.
Today from this post we will be able to know - when and why Children's Day is celebrated? How important is Children's Day in our lives?
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