Happy Children’s Day 2019 Wishes: Bal Diwas Images, Greetings and Children’s Day Messages Take Over Twitter to Mark Jawaharlal Nehru’s Birthday
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It is an honourable day for the people in India. November 14, 2019, marks the 130th birth anniversary of the country’s first Prime Minister and also the 65th Children’s Day celebration. Chachu Nehru’s birthday is fondly remembered as Children’s Day because of his affection towards the kids. Also known as Bal Diwas (or Bal Divas), the celebration is grandly observed in our nation. It is no surprise to see that Happy Children’s Day 2019 wishes, Bal Diwas images, greetings and Children’s Day messages have taken over Twitter and other social media sites. Since morning, ‘Children’s Day,’ ‘Jawaharlal Nehru’ and ‘Bal Diwas’ tweets are running as the top trending topics online accompanied by hashtags. Let us see how netizens are commemorating the birth anniversary of Nehru Ji by observing Children’s Day.

Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was born on November 14, 1889, in Allahabad. He was extremely popular among the children because of his amicability and congeniality. Nehru always believed that children are the prime citizens of a nation, and they can make the country better with accurate help of education. Schools, colleges and universities celebrate Children’s Day and Nehru Ji’s birth anniversary in their own manner. Embrace Your Inner Child in 6 Fun Ways and Forget About Adulting for a Day. 

Educationists and children’s rights activists also gather to discuss and find ways to develop the country’s education system and the future as a whole. Twitterati remembers Chacha Nehru’s contribution to independent India and his generosity towards kids. Happy Children’s Day 2019 wishes, greetings, messages and Bal Divas images are being shared by people online.

Happy Children's Day Twitter Reactions:

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Children's Day!

It is an important event for the people in India. Let us all strive to make the country a better place to live in for our future generation; just what Nehru Ji always aimed. Follow his words and bridge the gap in the existing education system for the betterment of children. Happy Children’s Day!