Children’s Day, a delightgul day to make the little toddlers feel happy. It is celebrated on Jawaharlal Nehru’s birthday, November 14, to honour his deep affection for children and the sight that he holds. He has an unwavering belief in their potential to shape the future of India. Nehru, fondly known as “Chacha Nehru” by the children, was an advocate for child welfare and education. He envisioned a nation where every child had access to quality education, healthcare, and opportunities to thrive.

Through various instances and experiences is was evident that Nehru’s love for children was inevitable. His numerous interactions with them served happiness at max. He would often engage in conversations with children, listen to their stories, and encourage them to pursue their dreams. He believed that children were the nation’s greatest asset and that investing in their well-being was essential for India’s progress.

His Contribution to welfare and education for Children is undeniable. He played a major role in establishment of India’s premier educational institutions, such as the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and the Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs).

What happened in 1957?

In recognition of Nehru’s dedication to children, the Indian government officially declared his birthday as Children’s Day in 1957.

Now 14 November is celebrated across India with various events, including cultural programs, sports competitions, and educational activities. It is a day to celebrate the children of India and to reaffirm the nation’s commitment to their well-being and development.

What are the strong points that make Nehru’s Birthday special?

Jawaharlal Nehru has played a pivotal role in nurturing the future generation of India.

Hereby we have mentioned the key reasons for the same:

  1. Jawaharlal Nehru’s deep love for children
  2. His belief in children’s potential
  3. Also Nehru’s contributions to child welfare and education


It is indeed blissful. May 14 November, always be cherished and celebrated as Children’s Day. Wishing you all a very happy Children’s Day!

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