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India's iconic buildings lit blue on World Children's Day

India's iconic buildings, including the Rashtrapati Bhavan, along with streets and houses in several rural areas were illuminated in blue colour on the eve of World Children's Day to convey solidarity on the issue of child rights. UNICEF's 'goblue campaign' is symbolic of support to create a more safe and healthy environment for children. Take a look at the iconic buildings



Qutub Minar illuminated in blue colour on the eve of World Children's Day, in New Delhi.
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Qutub Minar illuminated in blue colour on the eve of World Children's Day, in New Delhi.
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Child rights week is celebrated across India from November 14-20, starting from National Children's Day to World Children's Day. Here is the Rashtrapati Bhavan is illuminated in blue colour in New Delhi.
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Child rights week is celebrated across India from November 14-20, starting from National Children's Day to World Children's Day. Here is the Rashtrapati Bhavan is illuminated in blue colour in New Delhi.
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A kid holding the #goblue placard at Ahmedabad Airport in Gujarat.
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A kid holding the #goblue placard at Ahmedabad Airport in Gujarat.
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Hawa Mahal in Rajasthan looks beautiful in blue light.
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Hawa Mahal in Rajasthan looks beautiful in blue light.
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Children pose for photographs in the backdrop of North Block illuminated in New Delhi.
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Children pose for photographs in the backdrop of North Block illuminated in New Delhi.
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Howrah Bridge in West Bengal lit up blue on the eve of World Children's Day.
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Howrah Bridge in West Bengal lit up blue on the eve of World Children's Day.
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Here, India Gate can be seen illuminated in blue in New Delhi. Also Dhar village in Madhya Pradesh, and thousand village streets in Sarguja region, in Bastar region and in the central region will go blue in solidarity with child rights.
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Here, India Gate can be seen illuminated in blue in New Delhi. Also Dhar village in Madhya Pradesh, and thousand village streets in Sarguja region, in Bastar region and in the central region will go blue in solidarity with child rights.
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Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus lit up in blue colour in Mumbai. This World Children's Day's theme is on sports as a powerful means to promote inclusion, equality and non-discrimination.
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Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus lit up in blue colour in Mumbai. This World Children's Day's theme is on sports as a powerful means to promote inclusion, equality and non-discrimination.
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UNICEF volunteers in India pose with the children from Mandu village in Madhya Pradesh on World Children's Day.
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UNICEF volunteers in India pose with the children from Mandu village in Madhya Pradesh on World Children's Day.
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North Block and South Block lit up in Blue in New Delhi.
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North Block and South Block lit up in Blue in New Delhi.
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