Happy Children\u2019s Day 2021 Wishes Quotes & Greetings \tRemember when we were little, we always wanted to grow up Now we realize it was better being a kid! Wishing all my dear friends a Happy Children\u2019s Day. \tLet\u2019s join hands-on to make this world a safer place for the little ones. Wish you, Happy Children\u2019s Day. \tYou never become old, if you carry your childhood with you, Wish you all a Happy Children\u2019s Day to all. \tThe occasion of Children\u2019s Day reminds all of us that we must always laugh like a child and we will never be sad or depressed in life. A very Happy Children\u2019s Day to all. Happy Children\u2019s Day\u00a0Speech in English He declared the Independence of India by giving the Tryst with dynasty speech at midnight on August 14, 1947. After India got independence, he became the first prime minister of India. Nehuruji committed himself to the nation by engaging in Civil Disobedience and Satyagraha. Even he managed to write one of the best books of Indian history the Discovery of India during the 4-year custody in Ahmednagar. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was well known for his love and care towards children as well as for roses. Even he was saying that children are like buds in the garden. He was a friend of children, loving and keeping them precious to his heart. So, children were calling him Chacha Nehru. When is Children's Day, History, Facts, FAQs? Throughout India, National Children\u2019s day is celebrated on November 14, every year. In 2021, 14th Nov will fall on the second Thursday of the month. The national children\u2019s day in India is celebrated in all parts of India with the sole purpose of enhancing the awareness of the rights, care, and education of the children. Apart from this, this day is also observed as a tribute to India's First Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru. He was very popular among the children and hence was fondly called \u201cChacha Nehru\u201d. He was a great advocate for children to receive a complete education. Nehru always put children first, and he considered them as the actual backbone of the nation and the base of society. Indian children's day is usually celebrated in schools and other institutions with a series of motivational and educational programs, by and for children. Children\u2019s Day History Children's Day is celebrated to honor the birthday of Jawaharlal Nehru, who was called \u201cChacha Nehru\u201d by the children of the nation. He was India's first prime minister and was born on November 14, 1889. He was a Kashmiri Brahman and eldest child of Motilal Nehru, a renowned lawyer of the Indian independence movement. In 1964, he passed to the heavenly abode and after this, the parliament unanimously passed a solution to honor him. The Indian parliament declared the birth anniversary of Jawaharlal Nehru as the official date of Children\u2019s Day.\u00a0 Children\u2019s Day Facts \tIt is celebrated to honor Jawaharlal Nehru\u2019s birth anniversary. \tPreviously, November 20 was celebrated as Children's Day. This was in process before 1956 since in 1954 the United Nations declared this day as the Universal Children\u2019s Day.\u00a0 \tVarious fun, educational, and motivational activities are carried out by the schools on this day. \tChildren, parents, and teachers take part in all the events happily.