(Yuva Divas) National Youth Day 2021 (Yuva Divas)

(Yuva Divas) National Youth Day 2021 (Yuva Divas)


(Yuva Divas) National Youth Day is celebrated every year on 12 January to inspire the youth and the younger generation of the country. It is celebrated on the birthday occasion of Swami Vivekananda. In 1984, the Government of India declared this day as National Youth Day and has been celebrated in India every year since 1985.

It was in 1984 the Government of India’s decision to celebrate the birthday of the great Swami Vivekananda, i.e. January 12, which becomes National Youth Day every year. The Government of India quoted Swami Vivekananda’s philosophy and the ideas on which he worked lived and as inspiration of Indian Youth Day.

National Youth Day raises awareness about the rights of the people of India. This is the day to make people aware of how to treat people in the country. The main motive behind the celebration is to create a better future for the country by motivating the youth and spreading the ideas of Swami Vivekananda. National Youth Day is also known as Youth Day.

The main purpose of celebrating this is to spread the philosophy and ideals of Swami Vivekananda. He is certainly a great role model for all the youth of India.

In schools and colleges, parades, music, speeches, seminars, youth conferences, yoga, recitation, presentation, essay-writing and sports competitions are celebrated every 12 January. Swami Vivekananda speech and writings are remembered to inspire the youth for a better India.



In 1984, the Gov. of India declared Swami Vivekananda’s birthday, January 12 as National Youth Day. Since 1985, it has been celebrated as National Youth Day throughout the country. The main objective of the government is to create a better future for the country by motivating the youth through the lifestyle and thoughts of Swami Vivekananda. It is a great way to awaken the lasting energy of the youth and develop the country.


Indian Youth Day or Yuva divas or Swami Vivekananda’s birthday is celebrated every year in the branches of Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission keeping in mind the Indian culture and tradition with great enthusiasm and joy. An exquisite Mangal Aarti, devotional songs, meditation, religious discourse and Sandhya Aarti.

It is celebrated in various schools and colleges through parades, lectures on Swami Vivekananda, bhajans, songs, conferences, essay writing competitions and seminars. Swami Vivekananda gave lectures and lectures to inspire the Indian youth, student. For the development of the country, many competitions are organized not only in India but also outside the country, so as to instill confidence in the youth.

To celebrate “National Youth Day“, Haryana Government is organizing 3, 5, 10 km “Run for Youth” at all district headquarters. The theme will be “Youth for Nation“. “Youth Town Hall” by Hon. The Chief Minister will exchange his views through video conferencing with 300 young leaders from all districts of Haryana.

This is 24th Edition of National Youth Day and year is 2021. In the wake of COVID-19 pandemic, the ministry is to celebrate the National Youth Day digitally with the involvement of all the 29 states against its earlier custom of jointly organizing it with one of the states. The theme of National Youth Day 2021 is “Yuvaah”.

It is said that more than 6000 youth will participate in this fair. These days, it provides a platform to the youth to showcase their talent. The fair has various activities including music, folk dances, food and solo plays.



  • Learn about Vivekananda’s life and teachings

The Advaita Vedanta philosophy and yoga promoted by this sage encourages youth to become truth seekers and becomes a driving force to transform society.

  • Participate in the day’s activities

Local clubs, colleges and schools organize various competitions and events which are fun and educational.

  • Donate blood to donate blood

Many blood drives are conducted on this day. Therefore, do something good for someone in need.



  • It inspires young people

The life and teachings of Vivekananda are a great inspiration to young minds.

  • It honors a great spiritual leader

India celebrates Swami Vivekananda’s birthday and commemorates his invaluable contribution to the country.

  • This is an eventful day

On this day many activities are organized in schools, colleges and local youth clubs such as debates, lectures, rallies and seminars.



Swami Nath Datta was named before Swami Vivekananda’s penance. He was born on 12 January 1863 in Kolkata (formerly Kolkata) and died on 4 July 1902. His father’s name was Vishwanath Dutta and his mother’s name was Bhuvaneshwari Devi. He was from a good family. His father died suddenly at an early age, which broke the economic backbone of his family and plunged him into poverty. Despite being a good student, he failed to get a job for a long time. He went from house to house seeking work but could not get a job, so he became an atheist. One of his English professors introduced him as ‘Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa’. In 1881, he met Lord Ramakrishna Paramahamsa at the Kali Temple in Dakshineswar and became a disciple of Saint Ramakrishna Paramahamsa. He introduced Indian philosophy of Vedanta and Yoga to the Western world. He was extremely patriotic towards India and recognized his contribution as a hero in the philosophy of his country. He spoke of taking the issue of widespread poverty in India and poverty for the development of the country seriously. He began his speech at the Chicago Parliament of Religions in 1893 with “Sisters and Brothers in America …..” and introduced India’s culture, its importance, and Hinduism.

Therefore, Swami Vivekananda was a true philosopher of knowledge and faith, and his teachings not only inspired the youth, but also paved the way for the development of the country. That is why every year on 12 January in India is celebrated as National Youth Day with joy and enthusiasm.

Takshila Learning celebrates the day of the youth by guiding and training the young future citizens in the right direction. They are the asset of any nation and when molded in the right way can be utilized for the benefit of the society. Takshila Learning trains the modern youth to get into the apt academic and professional courses for carving out a good future for themselves and consequently work for the positive building up of the nation.

Takshila Learning celebrates the National Youth Day to motivate the youth community of India.


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