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When Is Children's Day

Children's Day is celebrated in India every year to commemorate the birth anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Nehru absolutely adored children and hence, this day is remembered to pay a tribute to his love for kids. The festival is celebrated throughout India with immense splendor and grandeur. All schools and educational institutions organize different cultural events and activities engrossing children from all age groups. From debates to elocutions, painting to crafts, fancy dress to games, the activities list, which children partake in, goes endless. With this article, get to know when is Children's Day, also known as Bal Diwas in Hindi, celebrated in India. Browse through the following lines to know the date of Children's Day.

Children's Day Date
Children's Day falls on the 14th of November every year and is celebrated with great fun and frolic. The day marks the celebration of childhood, children, and Nehru's love for kids. Since Jawaharlal Nehru loved children, his birthday is remembered as Children's Day across the country. He was equally loved by children and was conferred upon with the title of "Chacha Nehru", meaning Uncle Nehru, by them. Though the Universal Children's Day is celebrated on 20th November throughout the world, India has pre-poned the date to 14th November to mark the birth anniversary of the brilliant and compassionate Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of free India, after it gained independence. It was his extreme outspoken, honest, practical, and illustrious nature that gained him immense popularity and transformed him into an exceptionally sparkling statesman.

Nehru was passionate about kids and worked for the welfare, education, and development of children and young people. Nehru is looked upon as a special child of India, who stood strongly and fought for India's independence. A large number of famous Nehru's pictures show him with children, thereby depicting his true and passionate love for kids. Jawaharlal Nehru was very keen on providing a safe and loving environment to children to grow in and giving them every opportunity that will help the kids to strive and contribute towards the progress of India. This day reminds us to live up to Chacha Nehru's standards and examples, and keep our commitment towards the welfare of the children alive, thereby eradicating illiteracy completely. Special events and activities are organized by all the schools across the nation that takes up most of the day.

Children's Day in India: 14th November
Universal Children's Day in USA: 20th November