Childrens Day Celebration
Children's Day is recognized on various days in many places around the world.
1. Children Day
Children Day is recognized on various days in many places around the world, to honor children globally.it was first proclaimed by the World Conference for the Well being of Children in 1925 and then established universally in 1954 to protect an appropriate day.international Day for Protection of Children, observed in many countries as Children Day on June 1 since 1950, was established by the Women international Democratic Federation on its congress in Moscow (22 November 1949).Major global variants include a Universal Children Day on November 20, by United Nations recommendation.
2. Universal Children Day
Universal Children Day takes place annually on November 20.First proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly in 1954, it was established to encourage all countries to institute a day, firstly to promote mutual exchange and understanding among children and secondly to initiate action to benefit and promote the welfare of the world children.This day is observed to promote the objectives outlined in the Charter and for the welfare of children.On November 20, 1958 the United Nations adopted the Declaration of the Rights of the Child.The United Nations adopted the Convention on the Rights of the Child on November 20, 1989 and can be found here .in 2000, the Millennium Development Goals outlined by world leaders in order to stop the spread of HiV/AiDS by 2015.Albeit this applies to all people, the main objective is with regard to children.UNiCEF is dedicated to meeting the six of eight goals that apply to the needs of children so that they are all entitled to basic rights written in the 1989 international human rights treaty.UNiCEF delivers vaccines, works with policymakers for good health care and education and works exclusively to help children and protect their rights.
3. international Children Day
The World Conference for the Well being of Children in Geneva, Switzerland, proclaimed June 1 to be international Children Day in 1925.it is usually marked with speeches on children rights and wellbeing, and other events involving or dedicated to children.A similar event, Universal Children Day, falls on 20 November.it was established by the United Nations in 1954 and aims to promote the welfare of children around the world.
4. About Jawahar Lal Nehru
On November14, 1889, a son was born to an eminent lawyer, Motilal Nehru and his wife Swaroop Rani at Allahabad.They named him Jawaharlal.He was a brilliant, kindhearted child who was greatly loved by all.His father wanted to give him the best education and hence sent him to England for his M.A.from Cambridge.The British ruled india at that time.When he returned to india, young Jawaharlal realized that he wanted to help the poor and the downtrodden.He took part in the Freedom Struggle of india and became a follower of Mahatma Gandhi who had just returned from South Africa at that time.When india gained its independence, he became the first Prime Minister of free india.He was a perfect blend of eastern philosophical values and western scientific thinking and encouraged technological progress.But he was also a man of letters and a great poet and wrote some famous works like, Glimpses of World History and Discovery of india.His letters to his daughter, indira, were also compiled into a book and reflects his philosophical outlook, his compassion and above all, his tender heart.
5. The Birth of Chacha Nehru
Chacha Nehru as the children fondly referred to him, was fond of both children and roses.in fact he often compared the two, saying that children were like the buds in a garden.They should be carefully and lovingly nurtured, as they were the future of the nation and the citizens of tomorrow.He felt that children are the real strength of a country and the very foundation of society.He was the beloved of all the children who gave him the endearing name of Chacha Nehru.
Children day is celebrated all over india to honor children and Jawaharlal Nehru on his birthday.There are many functions, events and programmes organized in schools and other organization.Many government departments, corporate institutions and non governmental organizations (NGOs) announce various schemes and organize a variety of competitions and events for the children.Many schools have cultural programmes in which teachers get involved and perform for the students.Special television and radio programmes are aired for children on this day.For children, this is a day of joy, freedom and to engage in fun.Children film festivals are also organized on this day.
7. A Speech for Children Day
How should we celebrate Children Day.Here is a short speech on the significance of Children Day.Suitable for children aged 5.10.if there is something that all men like, it can be nothing else but children.They conquer our hearts with their angelic eyes and innocent smiles .it makes us realize that may be the way god wanted us to be.On Children Day tribute is paid to all children in the world.in india, Children Day is celebrated on 14th November as the day marks the birth anniversary of the legendary freedom fighter and independent india first prime minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.He was one who used to spend most of his precious moments with children and their innocence.Children Day is a day to engage in fun and frolic.But it is not just that.This day reminds everyone to renew their commitment towards the welfare of the children and to teach them to live by Chacha Nehru ideals.And for grown up people, it is an occasion to imbibe the qualities of childhood.
8. The Facts
May 5 is Children Day, when families celebrate the healthy growth and happiness of children.it became a national holiday in 1948, but it has been a day of celebration in Japan since ancient times.The fifth day of the fifth month was traditionally called Tango no Sekku and was a festival for boys.Girls have their own festival, called Hina Matsuri (Doll Festival), held on the third day of the third month.On Children Day, families with boys fly huge carp shaped streamers (koinobori) outside the house and display dolls of famous warriors and other heroes inside.The carp was chosen because it symbolizes strength and success according to a Chinese legend, a carp swam upstream to become a dragon.
9. The Scene
On May 5 each year, events highlighting children are held throughout the country.At the Yokohama Noh Theater one year, a kyogen recital was held that featured 18 young actors.The youngest of them was a second grader and the oldest was in the seventh grade.Kyogen is a type of comic theater that was founded around 600 years ago and is performed with traditional costumes and a distinctive acting style.The kids had been attending practices once or twice a week since the summer of 1996 to learn the unique comic expressions, movements, and uses of the fan.One of the pieces performed was called Shibiri, in which a servant claims he cant run an errand for his master because every time he tries to do so his leg falls asleep.The theater was packed with parents and friends, who not only enjoyed the humorous pieces but were also extremely impressed with the kids convincing performances.
10. A Children Day Story
In a place as far away as the sky and as close as the tip of your nose, there is a beautiful crystal palace, made all of clearest glass, shining brightly in the sun and surrounded by distant snow mountains.it sits on the top of a snow covered hill, right in the centre of the magical city called Kalapa, which is the capital of the Kingdom of Shambhala.From the tallest towers and spires of the palace, colourful pennants and flags wave in a cold strong breeze, orange ones with tigers, white with powerful looking snow lions, red with soaring garudas and blue with fire breathing flying dragons.icicles hang from the palace roofs, looking like part of the glass walls.The air is crisp, with just a wisp of sweet incense to tickle the nose.The tinkle of bells and wind chimes is carried with the wind and everyone hears the slow booming beat of the great drum and the piercing call of the giant horn, which echoes across the entire wide valley of the city.The drum and horn are calling the people of Shambhala, for today there is a great feast in the palace to celebrate the change of seasons and the coming of winter.
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