Jawaharlal Nehru | Children's Day | Newsvivo - The News Vivo

Jawaharlal Nehru | Children’s Day | Newsvivo

Children’s Day

Children’s Day known as “Bal Diwas” every year in India on 14th November. World children’s day was first established in 1954 as universal children’s day and is celebrated on Nov 20, each year to promote International togetherness, awareness among children worldwide and improving children’s welfare.We celebrate children’s Day on the birth anniversary of the First Prime Minister of India Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, who was the first PMO independent India. Apart from being a Veteran freedom fighter and a prominent politician, he shared a very close relationship with the children of India.

The children also loved him very much and called him as “Chacha Nehru” with love and affection.Honourable Jawaharlal Nehru was friendly, lovable and popularly known chacha Nehru among children. He strongly believed that children are the foundation of society and they should be provided with a talented leaders and flag bearers of future India.It is celebrated across the country is recognized to raise awareness about the rights, care, and education of children

Why We Celebrated this Day As Children’s Day?

Children’s day is celebrated each year to commemorate JN Nehru. Since 1956 we have been celebrating this day on Nov 20, the day world children’s day is celebrated by the united nations. After the death of Nehru 1964 a resolution was passed in the Indian parliament to mark his birthday as children’s day is being celebrated on 14th Nov to mark his birth anniversary.Children’s day is also celebrated to raise awareness towards children’s education, and rights and to ensure proper care is accessible to all.

Children’s Day:Nehru’s Early Life, Family,Spouse and kinfolk

Jawaharlal Nehru was India’s 1st pm and was born to a Kashmiri Brahmans family on Nov 14, 1889.(Allahabad) He died on 27 may 1964.(New Delhi) He was son of Motilal Nehru,Who was a renowned lawyer, and leader of the Indian Independence movement, And mother Swarupa Devi who was 2nd wife of Motilal Nehru. He had sibling – Vijayalaxmi pandit and Krishna Hutheesing. Also He had a daughter named as Indira Gandhi.

Jawaharlal Nehru caste is belong to Kashmiri Pandit and Kamala Kaul was his Spouse. He served as the President of National Congress Party in 1929.He had played a great role about the children’s welfare, rights and education. He also proposed that underprivileged children also have a right to free and equal education for their overall development. It signifies the importance of Nehru’s children’s day

BJP MPs Behest to change the Date

Sixty BJP’s MP urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Change this date to 26th December as Children’s Day in 2018.They gave a proposal of  Sahibzada Fateh Singh and Sahibzada Zorawar Singh death anniversary on 26th December who has attained ogony at age of only 7 & 5 younger son of Guru Gobind Singh. while 14th November Observed as ‘Chacha Diwas’. But However it was denied by PMO India.

Related:National and International Days & Dates in November 2022

Jawaharlal NEHRU’s Inspiration Quotes

“The children of today will make the India of tomorrow. The way we bring them up will determine the future of the country.”
“Democracy and Socialism are means to an end, Not the end itself”
“Democracy is good I say this because other systems are worse”
“Citizenships consists in the service of the country”
“Every Little thing counts in a crisis”
” Failure comes only when we forget our ideals and objectives and principles”
“Facts are facts and will not disappear on account of your likes.”
“There is nothing more horrifying than stupidity in action.”
”Life is Like a Game of Cards, The hand that is dealt you determinism, the way you play
it is free will”
“The policy of being cautious is the greatest Risk of All”


Q.What is the importance of Children’s Day?

Ans:It is celebrated across the country is recognized to raise awareness about the rights, care, and education of children

Q.Is Children’s Day celebrated in America?

Ans. Yes! USA Observers this day 2nd Sunday in june every Year

Leave a Comment