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childrens day in india:
childrens day : Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India and a prominent member of a Congress that fought against the British,he was born on November 14.
Nehru’s love for children.He says that children are the future leaders of the country.
Chacha Nehru as known as Nehru was the love of the children.
After his death in 1964, celebrated as Children’s Day
World countries celebrate Children’s Day on November 20 ..
But India is celebrating 6 days in advance.
Why is he inspiring him? Let’s learn about him.
we celebrate the importance of all the children as Children’s Day in India on 14-Nov, every year, that is on the birth day of India’s first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. was born into an prosperous Kashmiri Brahmin family on November 14, 1889.
He trained at home until he was 15 years old. He loved schools and colleges to promote the well-being and growth of children.
Although Nehru was already in politics, 379 Indians were killed in the movement to regain independence.
Nehru decided to bring India independence At the time, he was arrested along with Mahatma Gandhi in a cooperative movement.On August 15, 1947, India won independence and Jawaharlal Nehru was elected as the first Prime Minister of independent India.
About institutions :
He Believed That Education is Every Child’s Right
And Had Built Many Educational Institutions, some of them:
- All India Institute of Medical Sciences
- The Indian Institutes of Technology
- The Indian Institutes of Management and
- The National Institutes of Technology.
He was also, a writer and has written many books such as, ‘The Dicovery Of India’, ‘ Glimpses of World History’, ‘The Unity Of India Collected Writings’ etc.
Nehru used to spend this auspicious day with children at schools especially.He was died on 27th May’ 1964, of heart-attack at the age of 74.After his death,
his birthday was announced and celebrated as a National Festival ‘CHILDREN’S DAY’ i.e; on Nov -14 of every year.Every school today in India,celebrates Children’s Day not only in the memory of Chacha Nehru, but also to remind oneself to understand the importance of children.
TODAY’S CHILDREN — TOMORROW’S INDIA — EVERLASTING PRIDE — EVERLASTING LEGACY