Children’s Day is celebrated on 14th November across schools in India, little children get themselves engaged in various co-curricular activities and the day signifies joy and zest in its full throttle. This day also marks the birthday of India’s first Prime Minister and influential man Jawaharlal Nehru.
Pandit Ji was widely regarded as ‘Chacha Ji’ by little kids, his love and affection towards kids was unmatched. He was often seen talking about the welfare of kids and he always laid emphasis on the all-round development of children so that they can shape the future.
Even today, his fondness for kids is well known in the world and hence the day is celebrated to pay a tribute to the visionary man who knew the importance of nurturing a kid in the right way.
Kids are showered with gifts and affection and are pampered a lot. Schools organize activities like quizzes, debates, poetry competition and many NGO’s celebrate this day by distributing needful things to the orphans and underprivileged kids.
But do you know that Children's Day was earlier celebrated on November 20?
United Nations had thought of this day to be celebrated as Children's day but after Nehru’s death in 1964, it was decided to celebrate this day on the birthday of Nehru that is 14th November.
With that being said, spread the joyous vibes of Children's Day and bring smiles on the faces of blooming kids.
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