Gandhiji proudly used to call Jawaharlal ji as his political heir. Nehru was also impressed with the economic system of the communist Soviet Union and wished to apply the same in his own country. His family was very influential political family where he got his earlier study and went to the England at Harrow School and Trinity College, Cambridge for the higher studies and returned to India as a famous lawyer. With degree of law he came back to India and joined the bar at the Allahabad High court. Sino-Indian War of 1962 The roots of the Sino-Indian conflict in 1962 lie in several facts of history. When Japanese troops soon moved near the borders of India in the spring of 1942, the British government decided to enlist India to combat this new threat, but Gandhi, who still essentially had the reins of the movement, would accept nothing less than independence and called on the British to leave India.
With successful early education at home Jawaharlal was sent to Harrow, the best public school in England. He worked hard to serve his country. You can help Wikipedia by. His close association with the Indian National Congress began in 1919; in 1929 he became its preside First prime minister of independent India 1947 — 64. Internationally also he was an honoured man whose opinion was given much importance by the world leaders.
He met the top Indian leaders like G. But in my own country also, sometimes, I have an exile's feeling. He was a great political leader and to achieve Independence he started Five Years plan and constructed multipurpose projects. He was born in the Allahabad on 14 th of November in 1889. But I do know it is a bad thing to desert one's past, and I prefer what may be good, to what I know to be bad. When India was granted limited self-government in 1935, the Congress Party under Nehru refused to form coalition governments with the Muslim League in some provinces; the hardening of relations between Hindus and Muslims that followed ultimately led to the partition of India and the creation of Pakistan.
After years of struggle, the world-wide political conflicts surrounding the Second World War served as a catalyst to the fall of the British raj. I was rather shocked to read about Motilal Nehru's complete disdain for Indians and his remarriage to a Muslim widow in order This was a surprise as I hadn't heard of this book ever. Post his release, he threw himself into a series of rigorous discussions and negotiations with the British Government that ultimately led to attainment of freedom in 1947. During the freedom movement he sent to jail several times however after independence of India in 1947 he became the first Prime Minister of India. This proved to be a valuable administrative experience for stood him in good stead later on when he became the prime minister of the country. In 1927, he became a member of the League against Imperialism created in Brussels, the capital city of Belgium.
Well, in this autobiography, Nehru has presented Gandhiji as the hero of the Indian freedom struggle, while for the self he accepted the role of side hero. He began his practice at Allahabad High Court. During that session Jawaharlal Nehru and Subhas Chandra Bose backed a call for full political independence, while Motilal Nehru and others wanted dominion status within the British Empire. Nehru reluctantly joined Gandhi in his hardline stance and the pair were again arrested and jailed, this time for nearly three years. He had an ambition to be a patriot. Against Gandhi's wishes, Nehru accepted Muhammad Ali Jinnah's demands for a separate Pakistan.
In the final years of the British raj, Jawaharlal Nehru emerged as India's preeminent statesman and as a model of pragmatic leadership. Miraculously, I got my hands on this book at the Mussoorie Library and was amazed by the honesty of the author. This period in Indian history was marked by a wave of nationalist activity and governmental repression. His patriotic heart did not allow him to sit comfortably and forced him to join the Indian independence movement with the Bapu and finally he joined the Non-cooperation Movement of Mahatma Gandhi. The war also depleted the resources of the Indian civil service, and required the British to hand increasing portions of power to domestic Indian interests and domestic Indian bureaucrats. His father was a famous lawyer.
With same gravity and respect, Instead of reducing him to China war crisis, we can acknowledge his invaluable contribution without-which India would have not reached to its present form of being a free democracy. In 1947, when India became free, he was elected the First Prime Minister. He was a great speaker and delivered his speech at many places in India and abroad. He took his earlier study at home and went to England for the higher study. But after reading 'Glimpses of world history 'I became staunch admirer of Nehru.
The incident changed the course of his life. Among them all, Gopal's Nehru emerges as the most effectively peaceful and virtuous in his rise to power, and the most magnanimous in his use of authority. Jawaharlal Nehru can only be described as Plato's philosopher king. He was made President of the Congress Party many times. His daughter, Indira Gandhi, became prime minister two years after his death.
They now wore a Khadi Kurta and Gandhi cap. Nehru's administration established many Indian institutions of higher learning, including the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, the Indian Institutes of Technology, and the National Institutes of Technology, and guaranteed in his five-year plans free and compulsory primary education to all of India's children. His father, Motilal Nehru was a renowned advocate and also an influential political activist. Jawaharlal Nehru Essay 3 200 words In India many people are born great and Jawaharlal Nehru was one of them. He had been inspired by the life of Garibaldi, an Italian patriot. He continued his education in England, first at the Harrow School and then at Trinity College, Cambridge, where he earned an honors degree in natural science. One extravagance which I have kept up will be hard to give up, and this is the buying of books.
Domestically, he promoted democracy, socialism, secularism, and unity, adapting modern values to Indian conditions. Nehru was deeply influenced by the party's leader, Mahatma Gandhi. Nehru family changed its family according to Mahatma Gandhi's teachings. Gopal's biography expertly evokes the political environment surrounding Nehru's development, but the author also soberly demonstrates how personal attachment moderated Jawaharlal Nehru's political life. He had a high appreciation for the rivers, the mountains, the festivals and the sculpture of India. But the strong opposition to capital and imperial powers of early 20th century is beautifully painted in the book.