Celebration ofChildren’s Day 2023

November 18, 2023

Sahil Manzoor

The future of a nation, the future of the world, the scientist of tomorrow, the scholar of the future, great politicians—all the expert professionals are living in the present era. Children’s are earning special love and affection from their parents, teachers, and relatives. When we talk about development, schools and kindergartens are always on priority. As we know nation’s development takes decades, so we have to nourish our coming future generations who are going to build our country and who are going to revolutionise the whole world with their great potential. Keep the education system a priority and nourish our future generations in a very effective and great way.


Children are our beloved; we must care for them, and we have to make their dreams come true. Children are the future assets of any nation. Every nation makes its 100% efforts to keep their rights at all levels and know their problems that how they are going through. In fact, a parent can go to any extent to fulfil the dreams of his or her child, and it’s not induced by any external agency; this quality is induced by nature itself in the parents. Nature has a great and quite bizarre role when it comes to the child care provided by its parents. Parents are very close to their children due to emotional attachments.


A mother went through various hard circumstances, like the period of gestation (the period of developing inside the womb between conception and birth). She nourishes her baby all the time and keeps herself ready in any context to make all the situations convenient for the infant. Sometimes I think this world is full of miracles and exceptions. There are statue-like objects around us that look like they are communicating with each other. There are certain creatures. It looks like they feel pain, they feel joy, and sometimes it looks like they have some emotions as the most beautiful creature that humans have.
As much as we can, we have to take things in a very positive way so that good results come out and the needs of the time are fulfilled through different mediums. Taking even any positive, fruitful thing in a serious mood can raise health issues. So we go ahead to make all the things possible for the world, whatever they demand, like progress, health, education, and motivation. Let’s try to induce positive energy among the blooming buds of the nations. The nation needs positive people who have the potential to motivate young minds towards the right path where they meet all of the nation’s needs.
Today in this article, let’s try to celebrate Children’s Day with full zeal, enthusiasm, and energy. Every year on November 14, throughout the nation, Children’s Day is celebrated with joy and energy. This day is being celebrated on the birth anniversary of the nation’s first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru. Nehru is fondly called ‘Chacha Nehru’. On November 14, 1889, he was born. He was known for his affection for the children. So this day is celebrated as a tribute to Nehru. Nehru was known for his affection and unconditional love for the children. He also established the Children’s Film Society of India in 1955 to create indigenous cinema exclusively for kids.


Children’s Day celebrations began in 1857 with Reverend Dr. Charles Leonard in Chelsea, US. Even though Children’s Day is celebrated globally by most countries in the world on June 1, it takes place universally on November 20. According to the Constitution of India, the rights of children are as follows:
1). Right to free and compulsory elementary education for all children in the 6–14 year age group
2). Right to be protected from any hazardous employment.
3) Right to early childhood care and education
4). Right to protection from abuse
5). Right to be protected from the economic necessity of entering occupations unsuited to their age or strength
6). Right to equal opportunities and facilities to develop in a healthy manner.
7). Right to freedom and dignity and guaranteed protection of childhood and youth against exploitation.
We should respect the rights of the children and provide them with a free zone all the time. These days, we are lucky that we have advanced technology through which we can make our children smart and active and educate them on basic things through different channels. There are a number of NGOS (non-governmental organisations) that are working for children’s rights in more than 100 countries.
Peace education is one of them. Peace Education is one of the emerging NGO’s in Kashmir that works for the welfare of the student’s community and has had very fruitful results so far. Peace education is working under the project “Save the Children.” The field staff is very energetic, laced with full-fledged equipment, and has a gallery of knowledge to boost our children’s. Child rights awareness programmes are very important and have immense influence on society so that the kids will not be victimised. Every child should be provided basic rights throughout the country. “HAPPY CHILDREN’S DAY 2023”.

Sahil Manzoor
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