This year, Diwali, Ramzan and Children's Day will come together at approximately the same time.
Which translates into one long party for the little ones.
Usually, teachers dress up and entertain kids, while mothers enjoy the fact that they don't have to pack lunch if the school is kind enough to provide it.
This November 14, though, is different. This year, Children's Day comes bang in the middle of the Diwali vacation.
You are probably wondering whether it's worth bothering about.
What with unending relatives, pujas and family visits, chances are you have been neglecting your kid/s in the hustle and bustle.
Which makes it even more important that you celebrate Children's Day!
Get Ahead presents some handy tips to make your children feel special and awesome. Click here to read more.
Text: Shilpa Bharatan Iyer
Illustrations: Dominic Xavier