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No matter how old you get, the child within continues to stay young. That's been the message of Children's Day for years. November 14 gives all of us a chance to revisit our childhood and look back at the moments that made us the person we are today.

More than Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru's birthday, Children's Day is remembered with a great deal of nostalgia. In the age of social media, the occasion has got another major revival. The day is not only celebrated during special school fetes, but now, sharing photographs and videos of your childhood on Facebook and Twitter has also become a trend.

Posing with children and taking selfies with them is also another breakout trend of recent times. 

Cricketers, footballers and various sports personalities have been buzzing on social media on Children's Day 2016. Here are a few posts that they have published online:

No better feeling than to be bowled out by their smiles. #HappyChildrensDay to my little friends! - Sachin Tendulkar.

Happy Children's Day. Never let the child inside you die. Work hard, it'll come true. Dream big! - Robin Singh (Indian footballer).

 Following are the special tweets doing the rounds: