What is Children’s Day?
Children’s day in India is known as ‘Bal Divas’, and is celebrated on November 14th every year on the birthday of Jawaharlal Nehru, the first prime minister of India. Nehru was very fond of children, and saw them as buds in a garden. He believed that children are the future of the nation, and should be treated with complete care, affection and love.
Nehru also said that children learn the most during their childhood, and that childhood should form the foundation of a potential career and bright future. So Children’s Day in India is a tribute to India’s Prime Minister Chacha Nehru and his love of children.
Why Have a Children’s Day Celebration?
Children are God’s gift to every parent. They make life more beautiful, bringing a smile to every person’s face. They are innocent and fragile, which is why they are celebrated on Children’s Day. This day also symbolizes the way childhood should be experienced – with toys, magical storybooks, school, and friends. On this day we celebrate the rights of every child and the importance of giving each one a happy childhood.
How to Celebrate Children’s Day
Children’s Day in India is our schools, where teachers arrange various Children’s Day activities for kids to make the day joyous.
Children’s Day Celebrates the Importance of a Happy Childhood
From birth to old age, there is a time for everything. According to many child development experts, childhood should be first and foremost a time of enjoyment, exploration, and play. These Children’s Day activities for kids are all about creating fond memories with your little ones.