“The children of today will make the India of tomorrow. The way we bring them up will determine the future of the country.”
-Jawaharlal Nehru

In India, November 14 is celebrated as Children’s Day on a large scale. It emphasizes the value of children’s rights, education, and care.

The day is observed as the Birth Anniversary of Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, the first prime minister of our country. His focus was always on the rights, health, and education of children. After his death, the Indian government declared November 14 to be celebrated as Children’s Day.

On this day, cultural events are held all over the nation to mark the occasion. These events often include dance and music performances, plays and skits, fancy dress competitions, and refreshments for children.

Many organisations also donate books and toys to orphanages where children can utilise the materials, keeping Nehru’s mission of educating children alive. The day is enthusiastically celebrated around the country.

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