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Children’s Day: Google Celebrates With Doodle On “Walking Trees”

Children’ Day is celebrated in the nation every year on November 14, as a tribute to previous Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru who was born in 1889.

Jawahar Lal Nehru, who was likewise the first Prime Minister of India, is affectionately known as Chacha Nehru, among kids and was regularly shot with them. He generally said that as kids are the fate of the country they should to be supported carefully always.

Children’ Day in India is being celebrated with a Google doodle drawn by an student and the champ of the 2019 competition in India is Divyanshi Singhal from Gurgaon. The seven-year-old student’s Google Doodle themed “Walking Trees” in future, spreads the message on protecting the following ages from Deforestation.

Recent years Google has been facilitating its Doodle for Google welcoming school children to make their very own doodle for Google India homepage. The subject during the current year was ‘When I grow up, I hope …’

Children’ Day or ‘Bal Diwas’ celebrations mean to spread and build the mindfulness about the rights and education of kids among individuals.

Schools crosswise over India compose various events and lead social projects for children. Teachers and management take part in different projects to engage students. In numerous schools, the students wear party dresses as a major aspect of Children’s Day celebrations.

Chidren’s Day was before celebrated on November 20, harmonizing with Universal Children’s Day by the United Nations. Be that as it may, after Mr Nehru’s death in 1964, a goals was passed in the parliament wherein it was consistently chosen to celebrate his birthday as Bal Diwas or Children’s Day in India.

Jawahar Lal Nehru is additionally considered as the architect of modern India. One of the famous leaders of the nation during the freedom struggle, he established the foundation of independent India as sovereign, socialist, secular and a democratic republic.

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