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Happy Children's Day!

Children's Day encourages kids to remember the effort and affection our first prime minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. After India was given its independence in 1947, Jawaharlal Nehru became our country's first prime minister. During his 16-year reign, he consistently fought for children's rights to safety, health, and education. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was the epitome of love towards love children and was constantly determined to work for their welfare and advancement. He believed that when a young mind is well-cared-for, a nation is empowered. A child's house is their first school, therefore parents play a crucial role in setting the basis for discipline, honesty, and sincerity. Children who possess these qualities go on to succeed in school and in life and bring honor to our country, is what he believed. Jawaharlal Nehru always had the goal of making India a global leader, which can only be done by focusing on the nation's most precious resource—its children. He never thought it was right to limit the potential of young children. He strongly advocated the fact that, the young generation of today will shape India in the future. On this day dedicated to children, let's make a commitment to protecting and fostering their development rather than clipping their wings. Without children, there would be no joy, laughter, or love in the world. In my opinion, Children are the most precious gift, from the universe. They are our greatest possessions, we should do everything in our power to protect, nurture, and cherish them. May the innocence that they hold, stays forever in their pure heart and bring the best out for each and every one of them. Happy Children's Day to everyone!


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