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Short Essay on Children's Day [100, 200, 400 Words] With PDF

In today's session, you are going to learn how you can write short essays on Children's Day. Here I'll write three sets of essays on the same topic covering different word limits.

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Short Essay on Children's Day in 100 Words

Children are a gift from God and are full of innocence, imagination, positivity and joy. They deserve to be loved and celebrated. In India, the 14th of November is celebrated as Children's Day every year. It marks the auspicious occasion of the birth anniversary of India's first prime minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Pandit Nehru was very fond of children and showered them with love and adoration.

He advocated for their right to education and established many educational institutions like IITs and IIMs. He was also concerned about the health and well-being of children and made special provisions for schools to provide free meals to them. Children lovingly called him 'Chacha Nehru'. On children's day, socio-cultural functions are organised in schools, children play games and are given delicious food, sweets and gifts. It is a fun-filled day for all children. 


Short Essay on Children's Day in 200 Words

Childhood is the most beautiful and important stage of a person's life, where the foundation of their adult life and future is laid. A happy child grows up to become a happy adult. Thus, the innocence, positivity and joy of childhood and children themselves, deserve to be celebrated.

Different countries celebrate Children's Day on different dates. In India, we celebrate the 14th of November as Children's Day every year. It marks the auspicious occasion of the birth anniversary of India's first prime minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. 

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Pandit Nehru was very fond of children and always showered them with love and adoration. He advocated for their right to education and established many educational institutions like IITs, IIMs and AIIMS.

He also made free education available for kids who were not fortunate enough to be sent to big schools. He was concerned about the health and well-being of children as a huge number of children were suffering from malnutrition and hunger. Pandit Nehru made special provisions for schools to provide milk and free meals to them. Children loved him and lovingly called him 'Chacha Nehru' or Uncle Nehru.

On children's day, socio-cultural functions are organised in schools and local clubs, children play games and are given delicious food, sweets and gifts. There are also fancy dress competitions where kids dress up creatively. It is a fun-filled day for all children. 


Short Essay on Children's Day in 400 Words

Children are a gift from God. They are innocent and pure and are full of imagination, positivity and joy. Childhood is the most beautiful and important stage of a person's life, where the foundation of their adult life and future is laid. A happy child grows up to become a happy adult. Thus, the beauty of childhood and children themselves, deserve to be celebrated. Different countries celebrate Children's Day on different dates.

In India, the 14th of November is celebrated as Children's Day every year. It marks the auspicious occasion of the birth anniversary of India's first prime minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Initially, Children's Day was celebrated in our country on 20th November following the announcement by United Nations about the same. However, after the death of Jawaharlal Nehru, who loved and was loved by children, the date was moved to the 14th of November to honour him. 

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Pandit Nehru was very fond of children and always showered them with love and adoration. He advocated for their right to education and established many educational institutions like IITs, IIMs and AIIMS. He also made free education available for kids who were not fortunate enough to be sent to big schools.

He was concerned about the health and well-being of children as a huge number of children were suffering from malnutrition and hunger. Pandit Nehru made special provisions for schools to provide milk and free meals to them. Children loved him and lovingly called him 'Chacha Nehru' or Uncle Nehru. 

On children's day, socio-cultural functions are organised in schools and local clubs, children play games and are given delicious food, sweets and gifts. There are also fancy dress competitions where kids dress up creatively as well as drawing, dancing and singing competitions. In many places, plays based on the life and vision of Pandit Nehru are organised for the children to watch and enjoy.

On this day, many NGOs and charitable organisations donate food, sweets, clothes, books and toys to the underprivileged children living in slums. They organise fun events for them and make the day memorable for the kids. Some organisations also visit orphanages to spend the day with orphaned children, give gifts and play with them. Many special programs, plays and shows are shown on television on Children's Day. There are also various awareness programs that educate people about the fundamental rights of children and the laws and special schemes implemented by the government for the benefit of children. It is a fun-filled day. 

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