#Happy Children’s Day#


Today is November 14, and we celebrate the day to pay tribute to Jawaharlal Nehru, popularly known as ‘Chacha Nehru’. He was born on November 14, 1889, and was known for his affection for children.

After the death of Chacha Nehru in 1964, his birth anniversary began to be celebrated as Children’s Day in the country. His popularity among children was considered and a resolution was passed in parliament to celebrate National Children’s Day in his honor on November 14.

Yes, we are celebrating the 133rd birth anniversary of Chacha Nehru. Nehru was a great advocate for children’s rights and for an all-inclusive education system where knowledge is accessible to all.

He believed that children are the future of the country and the foundation of society, and hence, everyone’s well-being should be taken care of.

Nehru was often called by the name “Chacha Nehru” and Children’s Day is also known as ‘Bal Diwas’ .

Apart from Nehru’s birth anniversary, Children’s Day is also celebrated to raise awareness of child’s education, and rights and to see that proper care is accessible to all.

Today is a joyous occasion for all children, parents, and teachers. The schools and educational institutions celebrate the day with several educational and motivational programs, including sports events and quiz competitions.

My Sketch is a Tribute to Pt Jawaharlal Nehru,

Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was born to a family of Kashmiri Brahmans on November 14, 1889. His family, who were noted for their administrative aptitude and scholarship, had migrated to Delhi early in the 18th century. He was the son of Motilal Nehru, a renowned lawyer, and leader of the Indian independence movement, who became one of Mahatma Gandhi’s prominent associates.

Jawaharlal was the eldest of four children, two of whom were girls. A sister, Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit, later became the first woman president of the United Nations General Assembly.

Nehru, under the guidance of Gandhi, turned out to be a leader of India’s struggle for independence in 1947. He laid the foundation of independent India as a sovereign, socialist, secular, and democratic republic. For this, Nehru is credited as the architect of modern India.

Pt, Nehru was not only a great statesman but a great thinker, visionary, and also the architect of modern India. He laid the foundation of modern educational institutions such as IIT, IIM, ICAR, and ISRO,

They built power stations and dams like Bhakra Nangal for self–reliance on energy.

Today’s modern India is the embodiment of his dreams and efforts.

We pay a humble tribute to our Chacha Nehru.

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5 replies

  1. Happy Children’s Day! Now 26th December is to be celebrated as “Veer Baal Diwas“ as a tribute to the bravery and martyrdom of Guru Gobind Singh’s sons.

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  2. Sketch behad pasand aya!!
    Blog padke anand aya!!
    Aj Wolrd diabetes day bhi he, ap chahe to kuch share kar sakte he.
    Jai shree ram

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  3. Thank you for being of assistance to me. I really loved this article.

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