Children’s Day

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Children’s Day


The Children’s Day  is celebrated every year around the world to honor children globally. Children’s Day is also known as Bal Divas. India celebrated Children’s Day on 14th November, on the birthday of the first prime minister of independent India. Who fondly called as Chacha Nehru or chachaji or Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and who emphasized the important of giving love and affection to children. He wanted to improve the progress of Indian youth. For which he established education institutes likes AIIMS, Indian Institute of Technology. And all India Institute of Medical Sciences and Indian Institutes of Management. To give him tribute, we are celebrating this festival on his birthday 14th November.


He made a five-year plan which covers free primary education, free meals containing milk to the school children to prevent children from malnutrition in India. The deep love of Chacha Nehru towards the children is the big reason of celebrating the Children’s Day.


To increase the awareness towards the rights of the people, care and education of children. Children are the key to success and development of the country as they lead their country in different and new technological way. They are adorable and shine similarly like the precious pearls. The Children are the God gifts to their parents. They are pure, innocent, admirable, and love by everyone.

About Jawaharlal Nehru

1960: Indian nationalist leader and first prime minister of independent India Jawaharlal Nehru (1889 - 1964). (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)

Jawaharlal Nehru is born on 14 November 1889 in Allahabad in British India. Died on 27 May 1964 at the aged of 74. He was the first Prime Minister of India and a central figure in Indian politics before and after independence. He began as the paramount leader of the Indian independence journey under the tutelage of Mahatma Gandhi. And ruled India from its establishing as an independent nation in 1947 until his death in 1964.

His father Motilal Nehru wanted to give him the best education and hence sent him to England for M.A. from Cambridge. The British ruled India at that time. When he returned to India, young Jawaharlal recognized that he wanted to help the poor and the downtrodden. He took part in the Freedom Struggle of India and became a member of Mahatma Gandhi who had returned from South Africa. When India gained its independence, he became the first Prime Minister of free India.

Where the Children day is celebrates


Many functions are organizes in schools, offices, and another organization. Most schools hold cultural shows on this day. Teachers also get involves and perform dances and songs for their students. The State Government and the Central Government also perform it a point to showcase children films as part of Film, festivals organized in various regions of the country.


All over the country, various cultural and social institutions conduct competitions for children. Children Day is a day for the kids to engage in fun. Children take part in various activities organized. Children’s day is celebrates universally in almost all the schools.


How to Celebrate Children’s Day

1. Children are distributed gifts and chocolates.

2. Different competitions are organizes like fancy dress, debates, speech related to the freedom fighters, country, storytelling, and quizzes.

3. Cultural and social programs like dancing, singing and entertaining with other musical instruments.

4. Organizing some programs related to the freedom fighters.

5. Orphan children can entertain by distributing the clothes, musical instruments, toys, stationery, books, etc.

6. Underprivileged children are welcome by organizing musical programs by famous musician and speech on health, care, and progress.

7. Organizing some game activities which including puzzle, sweet and sugar treasure hunt, etc.