Children's Day

Children's Day


Children's Day



In India Children’s Day (Baldivas) is celebrated on 14th November. It is the birth anniversary of our first Prime Minister of free India Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru. Nehru fondly called “Chacha Nehru”. He was the architect of modern India. He was the great son of mother India. The life of this great man of all time is full of colorful events. He was born in Allahabad (North-western provinces, British India) present-day known as “Uttar Pradesh” on November 14th 1889. He was the son of the great Pandit Moti Lal Nehru Swarup Rani Nehru.

Nehru was not put to any school. He was taught at home. At the age of 16, he was gone to England. There he joined Horrow School one of the most famous and finest public school in England. In 1907 he joined Trinity College, Cambridge, He was a brilliant student. After taking a degree in science. He studied law for two years. In 1912 he becomes a Barrister at law and returned to India.  Here he joined the Allahabad court and practiced law. But he found no interest in the law profession. He wanted to serve his country. He threw himself, heart and soul, into the freedom struggle.

Pandit Nehru loved to the children a lot. He said that children are the future of any country. Earlier it was celebrated as universal children’s day. In India as per United Nations Program. It is ceremonial on 14th November in India to increase awareness of the right care and education of children. On this day many educational and motivational as well as many games and play’s programs are held across India, by and for children. Pandit Nehru said that children are the future of the Nation and should be treated with complete care, affection, and Love. Before 1964 India celebrated children’s day on November 20th. But after the death of Pandit Nehru in 1964. It was decided that his birthday be celebrated as Children’s Day.

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Born :          14th November 1889,  Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh
Death:  27 May 1964  (Aged 74) Delhi, India.
Cause of Death: Heart Attack
Parents: Pandit Moti Lal Nehru
        Swarup Rani Nehru
Spouse: Kamla Nehru
Children: Indira Gandhi
Occupation: Barrister, Writer, and Politician
Awards: Bharat Ratna in 1955





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