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Day to remember
Children’s Day is a very special day for any child, and so for me too. It is a day for celebrating children. It has a very special significance for me, since it is a day when special programmes are held and I even get a gift from my ...
I would be happy to meet Jawaharlal Nehru — a person who loved children the most. I would tell him, “Your dreams of factories, development and progress in science and technology have been realised. All people benefit from this and ...
If I meet Jawaharlal Nehru, I will give him a beautiful red rose. I will say, “You are the person who has touched my heart. Like you another person who loves children is our former president A.P.J.Abdul Kalam. Whenever children meet him ...
Joy, shock and sadness
Please come and see my personal library,” I would say if I were to meet Jawaharlal Nehru. I would show him the book Letters from a Father to his Daughter.I would tell him how much I have learnt from the book. I notice ...
Day of promise
Children’s day — the day for children and the birthday of Chacha Nehru, independent India’s first prime minister. This day is very significant to me as it tells me that we are not just children of the present but citizens of the ...
For every child
Children’s Day is said to be the day that the future generation has its say, but to me Children’s Day is the day that everyone unleashes the child within them. The child they once were or still are.On this Day we celebrate ...
What’s it all about?
Candies, presents, balloons, parties…nah, this isn’t what Children’s Day means to me. Children’s Day is a day for elders to cast aside their hectic schedules and spend some time with us. It’s the day when we ...
Beneficial to all
A day to remember Chachaji, a great freedom fighter. Jawaharlal Nehru was a well wisher of children, he loved children because he believed that children are the future of the country. India is not a country just for Indians but for all who wish ...
Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India was the most popular national leader, who loved children very much. If I were to meet Pandit Nehru today, I would ask him his secret for achieving success in life. I would ask him how he ...
These stones are meant for dancing…
I wanted to participate in the dance competition. I wanted to win. But my only reason was that Megha was participating and I just could not let her win!
War of unhappiness
A story about children caught in a war created by adults.
Down nostalgia lane
An interesting collection of stories, excerpts from his memoirs and journal and poems.
November 14 is Children’s Day. A day not only to remember independent India’s first Prime Minister but also to act on behalf of kids not as privileged as you.
Kashmir’s dream train
October 12 will remain a historic day for many Kashmiris, for that is when they got their first train!
Ashraya’s philosophy is simple, it’s all about concern…
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