Everyone on this planet loves kids and loves to spend quality time with kids, as this kiss away the sorrow, tensions and a reason to smile after having a bad or hectic day. Every child is blessed with some skill and talented in their way.
On 14th November, every year children’s day is celebrated, this day in the birth anniversary of well-know and first Prime Minister Honourable Late. Shri. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, which is well-known as “Chacha Nehru” by all the kids. Chacha Nehru loved all the children’s equally and he loved to spend time with children’s whenever he gets free-time from his busy schedule, as he was involved in freedom fight as well.
Nehru Ji never discriminated against any children through status, caste, creed or race. He had always shared his love equally with all the kids. He even worked for the betterment of poor kids, encouraged them to get proper education and share knowledge with everyone.
The possibility of a widespread Children’s Day was proposed by Mr. V.K. Krishna Menon and it was embraced by the United Nations General Assembly. From the start, it was praised all around in the long stretch of October. After 1959, 20th November was picked as Children’s day as it denoted the commemoration day when the “Declaration of the Child Rights” was embraced by the U.N. General Assembly. In 1989 the Convention on the Rights of the Child was additionally marked on a similar date.
And, later on, it was decided by the constitution of the nation – that 14th November will be celebrated as Children’ Day every year, for giving the tribute to our beloved Chacha Nehru. And on this day, many organizations and NGO’s conduct programs for the poor children who are homeless or living in the orphanage home. They organize various functions with the purpose to share knowledge, enhancement of skills, creating awareness among children’s, fun activities, and various variety of food items, which is a very big reason for those poor children’s to have big smile on their pretty faces.
Many people who have sufficient sources also, plan and organize some activity for poor needy children and some donate new stuff like clothes, blankets, woolen-clothes, toys, books along-with food packets, sweets and some donate unused stuff that can be utilized by the children.
Declaration for child right was introduced as so many children’s are unaware of their rights, have became the victim and exploited in some or the other way. So, for their improvement many programs are carried and explained through creating short-movies sharing inspirational messages, motivating them to move towards their development.
Often we notice that the society is neglecting the poor homeless child and are seeing them with bad-eyes, bullying them or misbehave with them, but they don’t even try to understand that it’s not their fault, that they are in that situation and living such life and even they deserve a better life. If you cannot help them, at least stop bullying them their also humans and they too seek and crave love and affection.
On this day, 14th November we should try to help those poor kids or shake hands with NGOs to contribute for these children. As our beloved Chacha Nehru said that these children’s are our bright tomorrow, so treat them with love, affection, and care just like you plant seed and water it timely look after it so that it can give sweet fruits in future. Embrace the blessing of God, and take initiative by donating any unused stuff for them or contribute for them in whatever manner one can do ….