Children’s Day India is celebrated all over India to raise awareness about children’s rights, care and education. It is celebrated every year on 14 November as a tribute to India’s first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru.
On this day, programs are organized in every school in India, in which dance, speech, and special programs are organized.
Children’s Day Information
Controlled – Government of India
Type – National
Importance – Raising awareness about children’s rights, care and education
Date – 14 November (per year)
Shri Jawaharlal Nehru’s birthday took place on 14 November 1889 in Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh. Jawaharlal Nehru was the first Prime Minister of India, along with one of the prominent leaders of India. He was named Jawaharlal because of being very talented. He took his later education from England and after returning to India, he started helping the Indians and after that started fighting for India’s independence.
Children’s day is also celebrated in India and other countries. But its style varies. Its main objective is to take more care of the children and make them aware of their right to education. In 1925, International Children’s Day was declared for the first time in Geneva.
Importance of Children’s Day
- We all know that Children’s Day is celebrated in India on November 14, this day is celebrated entirely on children. This day is most important because children are considered to be the future of the country and their education and their rights. It is our duty to protect Many of us and our society have taken this thing so that no person will be able to exploit them.
- We all know that incidents of child rights, child labor and exploitation continue in many places even today. To prevent some such incident, we consider Children’s Day. This is the biggest importance of this day
How should we celebrate children’s day
- We should give chocolates or gifts to the children, which the children like a lot.
- We should organize various different competitions, such as speech, music, sports, story and some other
- Competitions should be organized.
- We should distribute books, clothes and toys etc. to orphans and poor children, so that those children can get help.
- We should give this day completely to the future of this country, yes, children are the future of this country.
6 Fundamental Rights of India
- Right to equality
- Right to freedom
- Right against exploitation
- Right to freedom of religion
- Cultural and educational rights
- Right to constitutional remedies
Children’s day date in some countries
|Day and time||Country|
|First Friday of January||The Bahamas|
|Second Saturday of January||Thailand|
|Second Sunday of February||Cook Islands, Nauru, Niue, Tokelau, Cayman Islands|
|First Sunday of march||New zealand|
|4 April||Taiwan, Hong Kong|
|12 April||Bolivia, Haiti|
|5 May||South Korea, Japan|
|Second Sunday of may||Spain, United Kingdom|
|Last Sunday of may||Hungary|
|Second Sunday of June||United States|
|Third Sunday of July||Cuba, Panama, Venezuela|
|Third Sunday of august||Argentina, Peru|
|9 September||Costa Rica|
|20 September||Austria, Germany|
|1 October||El Salvador, Guatemala, Sri Lanka|
|First Friday of October||Singapore|
|15th day of 8th lunar month||Vietnam|
|Fourth Saturday of October||Malaysia|
|Fourth Wednesday of October||Australia|
|First Saturday of November||South Africa|
|23 December||South Sudan, Sudan|