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Children's Day In India

 Children's Day

As Children's Day we celebrate two days (1) Children's Day in India (2) Children's Day. We celebrate Children's Day every year in India on 14th November Haram We celebrate Children's Day on 20th November in public. Another famous person was born on November 1 this month. His name is Jaharlal Nehru. We also call him Uncle Nehru.

Our Indian Children's Day

My first independent Prime Minister of the monsoon was Uncle Nehru or Pandit Jaharlal Nehru. Jaharlal Nehru His deep love for children earned him the title of Uncle Nehru. Pandit Jaharlal Nehru or Uncle Nehru was born on 1st November as Children's Day to pay tribute to his contribution to national development and his love for children. Children's Day in India is celebrated from 1st November to 14th November. After the death of Jaharlal Nehru or Uncle Nehru in 1964, it was unanimously decided to observe his birth anniversary as the Children's Day of the country.

Uncle Nehru or Jaharlal Nehru

Pandit Jaharlal Nehru or Uncle Nehru Jaharlal Nehru was born on 14 November 1889 in Allahabad. He received his primary education at home from a personal tutor. At the age of 15 he went to England and went to Norway. Two years later he joined Comrade University where he took his tips in the natural sciences. He was repeatedly called from the inner temple. Pandit Jaharlal Nehru returned to India in 1912. And after returning to India, he got directly involved in politics. As a student of Pandit Jaharlal Nehru, he was interested in the struggle of all nations for domination abroad. Pandit Jaharlal Nehru was deeply interested in the Sin Fin movement.In India, he inevitably joined the freedom struggle. And he was the first Prime Minister of independent India so he is considered as the first founder of modern India. He became a minister and made immense progress for the development of the country. He was martyred on May 27, 1964.

World Children's Day

United Nations World Children's Day was established in 1454. And every year it is celebrated on the twentieth of November International Solidarity Children's Day around the world for the awareness and welfare of children and for the welfare of children.

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