Singer Soumita Saha Celebrates ‘Universal Children’s Day’
Singer Soumita Saha Celebrates ‘Universal Children’s Day’. ‘The best Children’s Day gift you can give your child the gift of ‘Letting them live their dreams not yours’ -says Singer Soumita Saha
As the name suggests, Children’s Day celebrates the country’s young minds and pushes for their rights, safety, and education. Also known as Bal Diwas in India, the celebrations date back to 1956 when the day was observed as ‘Universal Children’s Day’ on November 20, keeping with the United Nations. After Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru’s death in 1964, however, it was decided the celebrations be moved to commemorate his birth anniversary and his fondness for children. Since then, November 14 has been celebrated as Children’s Day in India.
In many schools, children are asked to ditch school uniforms for party clothes on this day. They are also asked to prepare Children’s Day speech. Fun and motivational functions are also planned to mark this day.
Kolkata’s International Singing sensation Soumita Saha took the social network with an amazing post where she redefined Children’s Day. Soumita always preferred to stay vocal about various social issues. The young playback singer who recently sang an Item song in Bengali movie ” O my love ” Said ”
The best Children’s Day gift you can Give Your Child the Gift of ‘Letting them live their dreams, not yours”
Tomorrow is Children’s Day our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram feed will be decorated with our childhood pictures, pictures clicked with our nephews, nieces, daughter, son, sister, brother or some kid who is fond of us.
The restaurants, malls, and stores will announce children’s day offers and many other forms of discounts. Some of us have already bought and others will buy a gift for kids. But, the best Children’s Day gift you can Give Your Child the Gift of “Letting them live their dreams, not yours”.
The young singer who pursued a degree in Architecture and continued her musical career parallelly also praised her parents for letting her choose her dreams. ” I choose to study architecture and I was the one who wanted to have a full-time career in music. My parents have always been supportive. Wherever I am, I can say they didn’t weave this life for me. I was given to choose and live the life I am living “