Children's Day

Children's day is celebrated on 14th November. It is recognized on various day in many places around the world.

The first prime minister of India Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was born on 14 November after his death 1963, his birthday has been celebrated as children's day in India. It is a day to remember a leader who, in his quiet but determined way, laid the foundation to convert the nascent nation into a world power. Nehru was loved children very much. The most popular and famous of Nehru’s picture show him with children .It was the first proclaim by the world conference for the well-being of children in 1925 and then establish university in 1954 to protect on appropriate day. It is celebrated all over India especially school level.

In all the photograph Nehru’s satisfaction of being with children is clear. When he is not sharing pleasure with them the expression of intense concentration as he listen to them reveals his dedication and state of mind to kids. Children were Nehru minimal mature people in the making. Nehru to children ,is never the Indian political guide and leader. He is dependency Chacha Nehru-Nehru uncle.

On this day programs is also organized in school like debate competitions ,games, cultural program, quizzes, fancy dress all over the country. Teacher of the school performs songs and dance competitions all over India. Children,s day is a day for children to engage in fun and frolic. Children are also treated to a movie and lunch. This day is very special for children. Special gifts and sweets are given to children.

Children Day In United States

Major world wide variants include a universal children day on November 20, by the United Nations . UNICEF, the united Nation children fund promote and coordinate this special day which also special day in USA.

Children Day In Japan

Children day is celebrated 5th May in the japan. Children’s day is known as Kodomo no hi. All the family members celebrate with special dishes. On the 5th May the chinese people hang medical herbs from the eaves of the roof in order to repel disease.