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Children’s Day in India – “Bal Diwas” celebrated on November 14th

Children's Day| Bal Diwas| November 14th

Every year on November 14th, India celebrates Children’s Day, also known as “Bal Diwas.” The date honors the birth anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, India’s first Prime Minister. Pt. Nehru was a heroic independence warrior and a devout follower of Mahatma Gandhi, as well as a great poet and writer. “Discovery of India” and “Glimpses of World History” are two of his most well-known writings. Apart from that, Pt. Nehru was a warm-hearted man who was adored by all. The well-known personality was adored by children, who called him Chacha Nehru. He believed that children are a nation’s true power and that they should be nurtured as such.

The day of his birth, November 14th, is observed as Children’s Day throughout India as a tribute to this great leader and his love for children. The day is dedicated solely to children and honours their innocent youth.

Children’s Day is celebrated on various dates in different nations; however, it is celebrated every year on November 14th in India in honour of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru’s birthday. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, India’s first Prime Minister, was born on November 14th, and his birthday is celebrated every year as Children’s Day across the country.

He was a warm and welcoming individual who was always encouraging and motivating children to become patriotic and happy citizens. In nature, he was highly motivating and inspired. Because of his love and affection, children call him Chacha Nehru.

The celebration of Children’s Day is widely observed in India, particularly at the school level. Many schools hold cultural events in which pupils participate in a variety of enjoyable activities such as fancy dress, quizzes, debates, and dances. Aside from that, school teachers perform dances and songs for the pupils, and others dress up as students and act out plays. In addition, most schools allow students to wear anything they choose to school.

Apart from school-based activities, organisations and society frequently provide special treats and meals for children on Children’s Day. On Children’s Day, television stations have begun to broadcast special programming for children.

Happy Children’s Day To All

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