Know about the most memorised person on 'Children's Day'

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As we all are aware, it's Children's Day today! Firstly, wishes everyone a Very Happy Children's Day'.


How can we just forget/neglect memorising about a person who is well known for the celebration of this day?

Hence, here are few facts that each and every child must know about Children's Day.

Know the most memorised person on 'Children's Day'

Why is Children's Day Celebrated? How is it signified?

The birthday of a great person, in our Indian history, named Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru is celebrated as Children's day. His great love towards the roses and children has evolved into this beautiful day. In fact, the relation with roses and children were that, he always compared the two with each other.

He said, "Children are like buds in a garden. They should be carefully and lovingly nurtured, as they are the future of our nation. They are citizens of tomorrow and are the real strength of our country. Children are the foundation of our society."

After all the children were loved so much that they called him as 'Chacha Nehru.' As the best tribute given to this great man, his birthday was named as Children's Day and is celebrated across India even today.

Click Next to continue reading and know more about Chacha Nehru.

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