Children’s Day calls for a special celebration each year. It is celebrated with great zeal in various schools and colleges across India. Special events are organized and students are encouraged to participate whole heartedly in these events. Children’s Day is celebrated on the 14th of November each year, the birth anniversary of the first Prime Minister of India, Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru. Nehru was extremely fond of children and believed that it is our duty to nurture children with the utmost love, care and affection and help them become good human beings as they are the future of our country.
Children are the valuable asset of the nation and the only hope for a better tomorrow. In order to focus on children’s status in every aspect, Chacha Nehru decided his own birth date be celebrated as children’s day forever in India to enlighten India a day by making each and every child’s future bright. Celebrating Children’s Day is about giving children the right to enjoy and grow into healthy and educated citizens of the country. On this children’s day teach your child the value of sharing with others what they are lucky to have, then not only your child will grow into a responsible human being, but also another child who otherwise could have ended up being a delinquent, if not for your thoughtfulness.