Speech 1 on Children's Day
Respected honor, Principal, teacher and teachers and good morning to my classmates. As we all know, we have gathered here to commemorate the birth anniversary of the first Prime Minister of India, i.e. Children's Day. I want to make this great festival a memorable festival for myself, on child day. Every year on 14th November, schools and colleges across the country are celebrated as Children's Day. November 14 is Jawaharlal Nehru's birthday. His birthday is celebrated as a child day because he used to love and affection for children. He gave great importance to his children throughout his life and he liked to talk to them too. He always used to be surrounded by children. Because of their love and affection towards children, they called them Chacha Nehru.
This day is celebrated by joining the Cabinet Ministers and some other important people along with the high officials and gathering in Shanti Bhawan and paying tribute to the great leader in the morning. All of them chant flowers and mantras on their tomb, praying and chanting mantras. A hearty tribute to Uncle Sharif of Uncle, to encourage youth, and to offer peaceful political achievements.
Different cultural programs and activities are organized for children to celebrate this day with great enthusiasm in different schools and colleges. National and inspiring songs are sung, stage shows, dances, short plays etc. are organized by children, in memory of a great Indian leader and due to their love for children. Regarding Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru, there is a huge crowd to listen to the students' speech. Pandit Nehru always advised children to be patriots and patriots throughout their life. He always used to motivate children to undertake adventure and sacrifice for their homeland.
Speech 2 on Children's Day
First of all, today to celebrate Children's Day, my good morning On this occasion of the Children's Day, I want to keep my thoughts in front of you all about the birth anniversary of Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, which is celebrated as Children's Day. The best wishes of all my dear friends to Children Day. It was announced on 20th November to celebrate Children's Day officially, but in India, it is celebrated every year on November 14 due to Pandit Nehru's birth anniversary. His birthday was chosen because of his love, affection and affection for children to celebrate his birthday as a child day. He used to play with children and talk about the length of time. He wanted to be surrounded by children throughout his life. He had done hard work immediately after the independence of India for the betterment of the children and youth of the country.
Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was very much excited and full of passion for the development of this nation as a developed nation, especially for his welfare, rights, education and overall reform. He was very inspirational and inspired in nature. He always motivated the children to work hard and bravely. He was very worried about the welfare and well being of children in India, so he worked hard for the children so that he could get some rights from his childhood. Because of their selfless love for children, children called them Chacha Nehru. In 1964, since his death, his birthday was celebrated throughout India as a child day.
He always liked childhood and always supported the right childhood without any personal, social, national, family and financial responsibility, because he was also responsible for the nation's future and the development of the country. Childhood is the best stage of life, which should be full of health and happiness for everyone so that they are ready to lead the nation ahead. If children are unwell at the mental and physical level then they will not be able to contribute their best to the nation. That is why childhood status is the most important stage in life, in which all parents should feed their children with love, care and affection. Being a citizen of the country, we should understand the responsibilities and save the future of the nation.
Children's day is celebrated by organizing activities such as sports, indoor games, outdoor games, dance, drama, national songs, speeches, essay writing etc., with great fun and fun activities. This is the day on which all restrictions are removed from children and they are allowed to celebrate as per their wish. On this occasion organized quiz contest organized by student educators or other various types of competitions such as; Participating in painting contests, Marden dress shows, singing, and cultural events are motivated to demonstrate their abilities.
Speech 3 on Child Day
Hello the Principal, Sir, Madam and my dear companions. We all have gathered together to celebrate Children's Day here with great pleasure. I want to keep my thoughts on this occasion of child day. In the family, in the home, in society, there is also the future of the country, with the cause of happiness. We can not ignore the participation and contribution of children throughout the life of parents, teachers and other relatives. Children are liked by everyone and the life of the children becomes very dull. They are God's blessings and win our hearts with our beautiful eyes, innocent activities and smiles. Children's Day is celebrated every year for paying tributes to children throughout the world.
It is celebrated different dates in different countries, however, it is celebrated on 14th November in India. In fact, November 14 is the birth day of the great freedom fighter and the first Prime Minister of independent India (Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru). However, due to their attachment and affection to children this day is celebrated as Children's Day. Although he was a political leader, he spent a lot of time with the children and loved him very much from his innocence. The celebration of Children's Day brings many activities of fun and glee. The celebration of this day reminds us to renew our commitment to children, including children's welfare, proper health, care, education, etc. Children are given the ideals and lots of love and affection of Uncle Nehru. This is an opportunity to admire the qualities of children.
Children are considered to be the brick foundation of any strong nation. Children are small but have the potential to make positive changes in the nation. They are responsible citizens of tomorrow, because the development of the country is in their hands. Children's Day celebration also reminds of those rights that have been made for children and whether children are benefited from them or not. Children are the leaders of tomorrow, so they need respect, special care and protection from their parents, teachers and other family members. In our country, they are exploited in many ways by family members, relatives, neighbors or other strangers. The celebration of Children's Day reminds the importance of children, society and children in the country. Some of the general rights of children are that they must be received.
- They should get proper care and love by family and guardians.
- They should get healthier food, clean clothes and safety.
- They should be able to get a healthy environment where they can feel safe at home, school or other places.
- They should get proper and good level education.
- They should be given special care when handicapped or ill.
To build a beautiful nation, we should unite to take oath to ensure the present and future of the country's leaders.
Speech 4 on Children's Day
Hello, my respected Principal, Sir, Madam and my dear friends. I want to present my views on the occasion of Children's Day, Children's Day celebrations and importance of children. I am very grateful to my class teacher, who gave me the opportunity to keep my thoughts on this great occasion in front of you all. Children's Day is celebrated different dates in different countries, however, it is celebrated every year in India on the occasion of Birthday of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru on 14th November. November 14 is the birth anniversary of Independent India's first Prime Minister Pt Nehru, which is celebrated every year as a child day, throughout India. Whereas, on June 1, International Children's Day is celebrated and on November 20th it is celebrated as Universal Children's Day.
Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru was a true friend of the children. He used to play with children and talk about. He was the Prime Minister of India, however, even though he followed his political responsibilities towards the country, he liked to be among the children. He was a very friendly person, always motivated and encouraged children to become patriot and happy citizens of the country. Because of their love and affection, the children called them uncle Navaru. He was fond of roses and children throughout his life. Once he said that the children are like barks in the gardens. He was very worried about the situation of children in the country because he considered the children to be the future of the country. He wanted the children to be cherished very carefully and lovingly by their parents for the bright future of the country.
He considered the children as the real power of the country. He used to love both the girl and boys equally and believed in providing them equal opportunities for the real development of the nation. His real love for children is the reason for obtaining the name Chacha Nehru (Pat name). To pay homage to him, since his death in 1964, his birthday was celebrated as a child day in the whole of India. This is a variety of activities like; Singing, short play, dance, essay, speech etc. are organized by organizing competitions.
Conducting the Children's Day celebration tells the importance of children in building the future of the country. The objective of organizing this festival is to protect all the young people from their small children by protecting them from all the losses and providing them better childhood. Nowadays, children are becoming victims of many types of social evils such as: Drug, Child Abuse, Alcohol, Sexual, Wages, Violence etc. They are forced to work hard to get a few bucks in a very young age. They are deprived of the health of life, love of parents, education, and happiness of other childhood. Children are the valuable asset of the nation, as well as the future and tomorrow's expectations, so they should get proper care and love.