Shraddha Kapoor graced a Children’s Day in a colourful yellow maxi from Anita Dongre’s Grassroot collection.
If schools refuse to be creative, parents should take the lead. Instead of taking your child to another private tuition, talk to her about today’s news, watch a movie with her, or read a book together.
Children’s Day: Students and youth across the country are regarded with appreciation on this day which is marked in history as the birth date of one of the nation’s most admired leader— Jawaharlal Nehru.
On Children’s day today, as people across the nation are talking about childhood and innocence that makes them special, this video on ‘the childhood that was’ will take you down the memory lane.
Born on November 14, 1889, Jawaharlal Nehru was fondly known as Chacha Nehru among little kids. The love and special care he harboured for children was so much that his birth date began to be commemorated as National Children’s Day or Bal Diwas.
As we celebrate Children’s Day today on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, go ahead and make a handwritten card filled with colours and write one of these beautiful messages out for a little child today.
Make it special for your kids this Children’s Day. Do something more than just fun activities and fill it with fun activities along with some golden lessons. Wondering what to do? Here are some ideas to get your started.
Here’s what the B Town stars tweeted on Children’s day:
Shah Rukh Khan says he realises how having children changes the meaning of everything in life.