Children's Day Celebration in India-The Birth day of Jawaharlal Nehru-Significance and Activities.

Children's Day Celebration in India on 14Th November for remembrance of the Birth day of Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India. 

Children's day is a special occasion in India that celebrates the right, education, and well being of children. It is observed on 14 th November every year, which is the birthday of the first prime minister of independence India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. He was a visionary leader who had a great love and affection for children and believed that they are the future of the nation. He was fondly called "Chacha Nehru" by children and he always encouraged them  to pursue their dreams and aspiration.

Who was the founder of Children's day in India? Children's day in India was founded by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru who was born on 14Th November, 1889 in Allahabad. He played a key role in shaping  the modern and democratic India. He laid the foundation stone of various educational, scientific and cultural institution in the country. He was a prolific writer and an avid reader who had keen interest in history, philosophy, art and literature.

Nehru had a special bond with the children and he always tried to interact with them whenever he got a chance. He would visit school and orphanages and listen their stories and problems. He would also write letters to children and send them gifts on his birthday. He wanted to ensure that every child has access to quality education, health care and a happy childhood.  He once said, "The children of today will make the India of tomorrow. The way we bring them up will determine the future of the country."

What is the Significance of Children's day in India? Children's day is important for several reasons. It is a day to celebrate the achievements and potential of children and to recognize their contribution to society. It is  also a day to raise awareness about the issues and challenges that affects the children such as child labour, child trafficking, child abuse, malnutrition, poverty and illiteracy. It is a day to advocate for the rights of children and to ensure that they are protected from harm and exploitation. This is the day to promote the welfare of children and to provide the opportunities for growth and development. This the day for both children and adults. For children it is the day to enjoy their innocence and creativity. For adult to remember their own childhood and to appreciate the value  of childhood.

What are the major activities in the Children's day? This day is celebrated through various programs and activities. Some of the activities are 1) Cultural activities such as dance, music, drama, poetry, paintings etc, where children can test their talent and abilities. 2) Workshop on science, technology and sports where children can learn new things and hands on experience.3) Field trips as visit to zoo, museum and science park to visualize the real world. 4) Participate in different social services like vising orphanages, old age homes and hospital.5) Donating gift by several institute to recognise the day.

Conclusion: This day celebration is relevant to recognize the ability of the children that will be future foundation of the nation. It should be continue for ever.

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