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Why is Children’s Day celebrated today?

14th November is the birth anniversary of Pandit Jawharlal neharu, a first prime minister of independent India. Children’s Day is called Bal Diwas in hindi language, celebrating in all schools in India. On this occasion schools arrange many extra curricular activities like debates, dancing, singing, memory games, educational seminars etc.

Pandit Nehru love children and this is the main reason people and children also called them ‘Chacha Nehru’. This special characteristics loving children that Pandit Nehru popular by name Chacha in the India, Chaha a hindi word called favourite uncle.

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14th November is birth date of Nehru and it celebrate as children’s Day in memory of great freedom fighter and the first Prime Minister of a free India. The world celebrate childrens day on 20th November and before Nehru death 1964 India also follow the same date. After Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru death 1964, Government of India collectively agreed and take decision that nehur’s birth date will be celebrate as children day.

On this children’s day people celebrate it by distributing chocolates and gifts among children. Many people are distribute gifts like clothes, toys and books to orphan children. All schools organize different events, competition in school and now a days its an common practice on this day.

Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru had once said, “The children of today will make the India of tomorrow. The way we bring them up will determine the future of the country”.