Popular Jawaharlal Nehru Quotes to Share on Bal Divas – Children’s Day

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Popular Jawaharlal Nehru Quotes
Hermann Josef Abs with Konrad Adenauer in the state visit of the Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru 1956

Ten popular Jawaharlal Nehru Quotes to Share on Bal Divas.

In India, we celebrate Children’s day as Bal Divas on 14th November every year. It’s in line with the International Children’s Day celebration on 20th November every year.

November 14th is the birth anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. He was the first prime minister of Independent India. Nehru was well known for his fondness towards children and children’s in India, affectionately called him Chacha Nehru.

In India also, universal children’s day were used to celebrate on 20th November before the death of Nehru. But after Nehru’s death, India unanimously decided to celebrate his birth day on November 14 as Children’s Day or Bal Divas in India.

The motive of children’s day celebration is to increase awareness of the rights, care and education of children.

Popular Jawaharlal Nehru Quotes to Share on Bal Divas

“Time is not measured by the passing of years but by what one does, what one feels, and what one achieves.”

“I like being with children and talking to them and, even more, playing with them. For the moment I forget that I am terribly old and it is very long ago since I was a child.”

“Every little thing counts in a crisis.”

“You don’t change the course of history by turning the faces of portraits to the wall.”

“Let us be a little humble; let us think that the truth may not perhaps be entirely with us.”

“Action to be effective must be directed to clearly conceived ends.”

“There is perhaps nothing so bad and so dangerous in life as fear.”

“A leader or a man of action in a crisis almost always acts subconsciously and then thinks of the reasons for his action.”

“A theory must be tempered with reality.”

“Action itself, so long as I am convinced that it is right action, gives me satisfaction.”

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