Good morning to everyone, I would like to express my gratitude to the principal, the teachers, and my friends for letting me tell you about the children’s day. Children’s Day is observed in recent years to honor kids who contribute to a better society.
To honor Jawaharlal Nehru’s birth anniversary and his belief that children should be raised with love and care, it is honored throughout India on November 14. Spreading awareness about child care, child rights, and child education is the primary goal of the celebration.
Through the establishment of educational institutions and the provision of free elementary education, Pandit Nehru committed his life to guarantee India’s future. He also paid particular attention to the welfare and health of kids, establishing arrangements for schools to offer free meals and milk.
Everyone taking part in the event is taking the initiative to spread awareness of how important and valuable children are to society. For a country to develop comprehensively, it is essential to maintain its true essence. Thank you.