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14th of November is here to embrace your love for kids! Every year, we celebrate this as Children's Day in India; we show our affection and care towards children. 14th November marks the birth of Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, the initial prime minister of free and independent India. His birthday is celebrated as Children's Day. He adored kids and worked for their rights, hence being called "Chacha Nehru" by children.
Although Children's Day sounds like a day meant for children to celebrate and enjoy in schools, it is significant to increase children's rights and care about their education. Children Day has been celebrated in India since 1956, but at that time, it was celebrated on the 20th of November instead of the 14th. It was only after Pt. Nehru's death in 1964 that Children's Day was started to celebrate on the 14th of November. In 1955, he established the Children's Film Society of India so that Indian youngsters might see themselves depicted on screen. He was instrumental in the development of some of India's most prestigious educational institutions. His vision was instrumental in founding AIIMS for medical, IITs for engineering, and IIMs for management studies. Nehru's influence lives on through the education of India's youngsters. He stated, "Today's youngsters will build tomorrow'. The way we raise children will decide the country's destiny."
Children's Day is celebrated in schools with music and performances by the teachers and other staff for the students. They sing harmonious Hindi Karaoke Songs, dance to classic songs, and do some good skits. Then sweets are served to children, making it a memorable day. Below are some of the best songs you can play and sing this Children's Day!
This is a beautiful duo by Asha Bhosle and Mohammad Rafi. This song is from the 1954 movie Boot Polish. The music in the movie was by Shankar-Jaikishan.
A memorable song by Vanita Mishra from the movie Masoom, Lakdi Ki Kaathi has tied all our childhood. The movie came out in 1983, and R.D. Burman was the music composer.
Ziddi Piddi is a song by Amit Trivedi, Gaurika Rai, Armaan Malik, and Tanmay Choudhary. It was released with the 2011 children's movie Chillar Party.
Taare Zameen Par is from the heart winning movie Taare Zameen Par. It is in the astounding voice of Shankar Mahadevan. The movie came out in 2007 and is one of the most amazing movies.
The song is as beautiful as many people sang it. It is in the voices of Kajol, Aamir Khan, Master Akshay Bhagwat, Babul Supriyo, and Mahalakshmi Iyer. The song was released in 2006 in the movie Fanaa.
Hum Bhi Agar Bachche Hote is from the movie Door Ki Awaz which came out in 1964. It was sung by Mohammad Rafi, Asha Bhosle and Manna Dey and composed by Ravi.
This is a song from the movie Masoom, but 1996 one. It is in the voice of Aditya Narayan, son of Udit Narayan.
This song is from the 2002 movie Makdee. It is sung by Sailabhama Mahapatra.
Jawahar Lal Nehru immensely cared about children because, according to him, children can play without thinking of any differences. This line means a lot as he was a great believer in unity in diversity, and the 'differences' here refer to the differences in caste, religion, etc. It is only When we grow up, we think about the differences between other people and ill-treat others. But, on the other hand, children are far away from this thinking; they always think about love and making the world a better place to live in.