14th November – the birthday of our first Prime Minister Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru is celebrated as Children’s Day in India. Let me convey the greetings to all patrons on behalf of NISSMAT International.

Let all of us realize and affirm that every child is a unique and extremely important asset of the nation and all children have the right to develop and grow in a family environment. All of them have the right to get living conditions of happiness, love, and care. 

Health, nutrition, development, and education are undeniable rights of each and every child and it is our responsibility to provide the same.  

A child is a beautiful gift of GOD. A Smile on the face of a child can show us, Heaven, on earth and a twinkle in his eyes can provide us with all the bliss.

The famous English poet Wordsworth in his poem “My Heart leaps up” has said that “A child is the father of man”.

Let the innocent emotions of a child leap up in our hearts when we behold a rainbow in the sky. 

Greetings to all !!

November 20, 2021 11:55 am / by C Pal Singh

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