Jawaharlal Nehru Biography

Jawaharlal Nehru Biography
Jawaharlal Nehru Biography

Jawaharlal Nehru Biography

Name: Jawaharlal Motilal Nehru.

Born: 14 November 1889 Allahabad, North-Western Province, British India.

Death: 27 May 1964 (age 74) New Delhi, India.

Father: Motilal Nehru.

Mother: Swarooprani Nehru.

Marriage: Kamala Kaul.

Jawaharlal Nehru was the first Prime Minister of India and the main focal point of Indian politics before and after independence. He was the main leader of the Indian independence campaign as an assistant to Mahatma Gandhi who fought to make India independent till the end and served the country till his death in 1964 even after independence. He was considered the author of modern India. Being from Pandit sect he was also called Pandit Nehru. Whereas, because of his attachment to children, children knew him by the name of “Chacha Nehru”.

Early Life

        Jawaharlal Nehru was born on 14 November 1889 in Allahabad, British India. His father, Motilal Nehru (1861–1931), a wealthy barrister from the Kashmiri Pandit community, was twice elected president of the Indian National Congress during the freedom struggle. His mother Swarooprani Thusu (1868–1938), who belonged to a well-known Kashmiri Brahmin family settled in Lahore, was Motilal’s second wife and the first wife died during childbirth. Jawaharlal was the eldest of three children, with the remaining two being girls.

        The elder sister, Vijaya Lakshmi, later became the first woman president of the United Nations General Assembly. The youngest sister, Krishna Hathising, became a notable writer and wrote several books on her brother. In the 1890s, the Nehru family, Jawaharlal Nehru, attended some of the best schools and universities in the world.

         Jawaharlal Nehru did his schooling from Harrow and college from Trinity College, London. He then completed his law degree from Cambridge University. He spent seven years in England developing a rational approach to Fabian socialism and Irish nationalism.

        Jawaharlal Nehru returned to India in 1912 and started advocacy. He was married to Kamala Nehru in 1916. Jawaharlal Nehru joined the Home Rule League in 1917. His real initiation into politics came two years later in 1919 when he came in contact with Mahatma Gandhi. At that time Mahatma Gandhi launched a campaign against the Rowlatt Act. Nehru was attracted to Mahatma Gandhi’s active but peaceful, civil disobedience movement.

Political Life

        From 1926 to 1928, Jawaharlal served as the General Secretary of the All India Congress Committee. The annual session of the Congress was organized in 1928-29 under the chairmanship of Motilal Nehru. In that session Jawaharlal Nehru and Subhash Chandra Bose supported the demand for complete political independence, while Motilal Nehru and other leaders wanted a dominion state within the British Empire.

        To resolve this issue, Gandhi found a middle ground and said that Britain would be given two years to grant the status of India’s state. If this does not happen, the Congress will launch a national movement for complete political independence. Nehru and Bose demanded that this time be reduced to one year. The British government did not respond to this.

        In December 1929, an annual session of the Congress was held in Lahore in which Jawaharlal Nehru was elected President of the Congress Party. During this session a resolution was also passed in which ‘full Swarajya’ was demanded and on 26 January 1930 Jawaharlal Nehru unfurled the flag of independent India in Lahore. Gandhiji also called for the Civil Disobedience Movement in 1930. The movement was a great success and forced the British government to accept the need for major political reforms.

        For 35 years since Gandhi was elected to the post of president at the Lahore session in 1929 – until his death as prime minister in 1964, in 1962, despite being defeated by China, Nehru remained a role model for his countrymen. His secular attitude towards politics was different from Gandhi’s religious and traditional view. Gandhi’s ideas misleadingly gave Indian politics a religious form during his lifetime.

Autobiography Jawaharlal Nehru

        Gandhi appeared to be religiously conservative, but in fact he was a social liberal who was trying to make Hindu religion secular. The real antagonism between Gandhi and Nehru was not because of their attitude towards religion, but because of their attitude towards civilization. Where Nehru constantly spoke in modern terms. At the same time Gandhi used to emphasize the pride of ancient India.

There was also a moment in the history of the country when Mahatma Gandhi had to choose between Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and Jawaharlal Nehru for the post of the first Prime Minister of independent India. Nehru’s humble national outlook was overshadowed by the iron man’s strict and rebellious attitude and he was not only elected to this position, but also had the distinction of holding the reins of the world’s largest democracy for the longest time.

        A disputed fact related to the birth of Jawaharlal Nehru is prevalent on the internet that he was born not in Anand Bhawan but in a red light area where Motilal Nehru lived with his second wife Swarooprani. That is why his childhood in history Eight years is not mentioned.

        When Jawaharlal Nehru was in his mother’s womb, a pundit on the banks of the Ganges predicted that this child would prove disastrous for the country. The Pandit gently told Motilal to poison his wife, but when the whispers were heard by Motilal’s wife, he only heard the word “poison”, Motilal argued that he should ask his son to be named Jawahar. In this way, our first Prime Minister was named Jawahar.

Nehru Biography

        Nehru’s first wife died soon. During this time he had a good friendship with the wife of Lord Mountbatten. You must have seen them together in many photos. For this reason, rumors were spread that there is a love affair between these two. On the other hand, Jinnah also loved Edwina due to which Love became a Triangle. If any person has any objection to these disputed facts, then tell us immediately and we will remove them from our blog because we do not even authenticate the truth of all these facts, all these facts are taken from the facts prevailing on the internet.

        A disputed fact related to the birth of Jawaharlal Nehru is prevalent on the internet that he was born not in Anand Bhawan but in a red light area where Motilal Nehru lived with his second wife Swaroopini. That is why his childhood in history Eight years is not mentioned.

        When Jawaharlal Nehru was in his mother’s womb, a pundit on the banks of the Ganges predicted that this child would prove disastrous for the country. The Pandit gently told Motilal to poison his wife, but when the whispers were heard by Motilal’s wife, he only heard the word “poison”, Motilal argued that he should ask his son to be named Jawahar. In this way, our first Prime Minister was named Jawahar.

Idea

1. Citizenship lies in the service of the country.

2. Culture is an extension of mind and soul.

3. Failure comes only when we forget our ideals, aims, and principles.

4. One is wise to benefit from the experiences of others.

5. Democracy and socialism are the means to achieve the goal, not the goal in itself.

6. People’s art is the true mirror of their mind.

        Nehru’s first wife died soon. During this time he had a good friendship with the wife of Lord Mountbatten. You must have seen them together in many photos. For this reason, rumors were spread that there is a love affair between these two. On the other hand, Jinnah also loved Edwina due to which Love became a Triangle. If any person has any objection to these disputed facts, then tell us immediately and we will remove them from our blog because we do not even authenticate the truth of all these facts, all these facts are taken from the facts prevailing on the internet.

        Seeing the plight of India, Nehru jumped into the freedom movement. He received proper guidance from Gandhiji. He went to jail several times. He devoted his entire life to the upliftment of the country. As Prime Minister, he led India on the path of progress. On the morning of May 27, 1964, Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru’s health had suddenly worsened, doctors said he was suffering from a heart attack. In the afternoon, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru left all the countrymen and went on the last journey of his life. His birthday is celebrated as ‘Children’s Day’ on 14 November.

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