Jawaharlal Nehru Jayanti – Date, History, Importance & Celebration

People celebrate November 14th as children’s day. Children’s day is celebrated in order to celebrate the birth anniversary of Jawaharlal Nehru (Jawaharlal Nehru Jayanti). It is celebrated to teach children about their rights to education and care. Children are the future of the country and economy. It is said that children used to love Jawaharlal Nehru and he was famous among children as Chacha Nehru. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru used to compare children with the buds of roses as he believed that children are as tender and soft as the buds of roses. They are delicate and should be handles with care, love and affection.

Jawaharlal Nehru Jayanti – Date, History, Importance & Celebration

Jawaharlal Nehru was born on the date 14th November, 1889 as a Kashmiri Brahmin in the state Allahabad. He was the very first Prime Minister of the free Independent India. He was a great leader of his time in the 1930s and 1940s. Many people also refer this day to Bal Diwas. This day honors the awareness and rights of children to education, care and love. On this day, schools and colleges organize several events and functions to make children happy and participate. Events include sports day, annual day, dance competitions, singing performances. Also, in some schools, they allow the children to wear their casual home wear for a day at school with makes children very excited and happy.

Jawaharlal Nehru Jayanti Date in 2020: 14 November, Saturday

Jawaharlal Nehru Jayanti Date in 2021: 14 November, Sunday

Jawaharlal Nehru Jayanti Date in 2022: 14 November, Monday

This day came into existence in the year 1925 in the world. Soon after the demise of Shri Jawaharlal Nehru, a rule passed in the parliament, for celebration of children’s day on November 14th due to the fondness of Jawaharlal Nehru towards children. He used to admire the kids and was always surrounded by children.

It is said that Chacha Nehru’s whole life and works were dedicated towards the welfare and happiness of the children. His beliefs were simple and strong. He used to believe that children are the future of the nation, development and country economy. He had a visionary towards the children being the future of the nation and country development.

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Nehru ji was born in a Kashmiri Brahmin Family. He was born in the state of Allahabad. He completed his studies from Harrow situated at London and Trinity college situated at Cambridge. He established one of the best universities in India named AIIMS, NIT, IIT, IIM and many more where not only Indian students but also many foreigner students desire to study.

Chacha Nehru died in the year 1964 and from that day a rule passed for celebration of children’s day on his birth anniversary.

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