Children pay tribute to soldiers on the occasion of Army Day

Aditya Sharma.

Jaipur. On the occasion of Army Day, the children of Digital Baal Mela paid tribute to the martyred soldiers. Remembering the brave soldiers of India, children put their drawing in front of the world through the platform of DBM. Be it the lipi gupta of Jaipur, Sajal Jain of Agra, all the children expressed their love for the brave soldiers of India through their art. Niharika Sharma of Sikar, Komal Poonia of Raisingh Nagar and Palak Jadaun of Jaipur showed their love for their country through their paintings.

It is worth noting that Indian Army Day is celebrated by the British Empire to commemorate India’s military formation. On 15 January 1949, British General Francis Butcher handed over the army to Indian General Kodandera M. Cariappa. Due to this celebration, India celebrates Army Day every year on 15 January.

The platform of Digital Bal Mela encourages creativity by giving opportunity to their children to express themselves. Janhvi Sharma, who is the innovator of Digital Bal Mela, also aimed to create such a platform for children, which enhances their creativity and gives them a platform to express themselves. Digital Bal Mela has been making many efforts for the development of children for the last 2 seasons with the same goal.

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