Children are like precious gems and adorable. They are the divine gifts given by almighty to parents. They are full of sweetness and innocence. They simply symbolize faithful and chaste love. 14th November is rejoiced as Children’s day in all across nation with excitement and cheerfulness. On 14th November, the birthday of India’s first Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru is also celebrated.Why Do We Celebrate Children’s Day?
The ebullient day is a fun for the cute ones and children on this festive day enjoys a lot. Every year, Children’s Day celebrates the innocent and sweet childhood. All love children as they win hearts with their angelic smile. India celebrates Children’s Day on 14th November with great enthusiasm every year.
Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru was the first prime minister of India, he was born on 14 November 1889, and the great man was very fond of kids. Fondly called ‘Chacha Nehru’ that means Uncle Nehru by children, Jawahar Lal Nehru gave stress to the importance of giving affection and love to kids. This is the reason why his birthday is commemorated as ‘Children’s Day’ every year in schools and other educational organizations.Significance of Children’s Day
The exciting and joyous day not only endow kids with an opportunity to rejoice and enjoy, but also reminds us of the message and mission given by Chacha Nehru. He always wanted kids all across the globe to get education, grow and prosper in their lives. The day reminds all of us to revise the right ways of raising children.How Children’s Day is celebrated?
The birthday of Chacha Nehru is rejoiced with great pomp and show all across nation. Various schools and educational organizations are seen starting a number of colorful competitions and awarding the best students and talented kids. Children take part in cultural programs, which are organized in their educational instittutions on this day. To make this day memorable and special, teachers also partake in various competitions and make the day exhilarating one.
This is the day, when children get the opportunity to have fun and frolic devoid of any limitations. To end the grand gala, the children are provided gifts and meals from their educational institutions and from parents as well. In order to make Children’s Day more special and jubilant, various non-government and government organizations organize fairs for kids that starts from 14th of November and lasts for couple of days. Several competitions are also conducted to make this festival an unforgettable one for the children.
A number of colorful competitions are also conducted like Fancy Dress Competition. Kid with best dress wins the contest and receives gifts. Other types of competitions include elocutions, quiz competitions and sports contests are held on this day. Different NGOs working for child welfare visit orphanage to dispense presents and food to the kids. Along with school going kids, street children also made part of this celebration by various organizations.