The Children Day



The Children Day :




The 14th of November is celebrated as children’s day. It is the birthday of Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru - the first Prime Minister of free India. It has an importance of its own.


Pundit Nehru had a great love for children. He wanted to be among them, talk to them and play with them. The children also loved and respected him and called him CHACHA NEHRU.


The 14th November is celebrated every year by the people of India in a befitting manner. Early in the morning people, begin gathering at Shanti Bhavan to pay homage to the great leader. The visitors include cabinet ministers and high officials. Wreaths are placed at the Samadhi, prayers are held and hymns are chanted. Tributes are paid to Pundit Nehru for his sacrifices, achievements in international politics and peace efforts.


School children organize cultural programmers to celebrate the day. They sing national songs and stage short dramas. The leaders, who attend the celebration, deliver speeches. They advise the students to be patriotic and follow the footsteps of Pundit Nehru. They inspire them to deeds of bravery and sacrifice for the sake of their motherland.





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