India will celebrate Children’s Day that marks the birth anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India on November 14. It is celebrated with great zest and spark among children across the country.
Fondly called Chacha Nehru, he focused and brought significant changes in the education system in India.
Children’s day is celebrated to increase rights, care and education of children.
After the death of Chacha Nehru, a resolution was passed in the Indian Parliament to mark his birth anniversary as Children’s Day. Nehru was fond of children and always focused on their development so that they can build a better future. He considered children to be the real strenght of the nation. The day has been celebrated since 1956.
DigitalLearning wishes all students and children a Happy Children’s Day or Bal Diwas.