Nehru's diplomatic style was peculiarly his own; it owed much to his experience as a nationalist leader for three decades, when he was continually, and publicly, analyzing problems and suggesting solutions in intellectual and moral terms. Most of his life he practiced yoga daily. Under the influence of a tutor Nehru joined the at 13. However, the same did not last long and his interest wavered after the departure of Brooks. He received his early education at home, and later, at the age of 15, he went to England to pursue his higher studies in law.
Pandit gi ko daryae Jamna ke kinarey Raj Ghat per jahan 16 saal pehley Mahatma Gandhi ka karya karam kiya gaya tha, in ke nawase ne in ki chitta ko aag di aur woh es duniya ki nigahon se humesha ke liye ojhal ho gaey. Economic planning and welfare were the first claims on Nehru's attention. In spite of a penchant for political theory, Nehru's approach to critical issues was pragmatic. These ideas, however, brought Nehru into disagreement with Gandhi, who feared the class struggle they would provoke might fracture Indian unity. Nehru: A Tryst with Destiny. The European visit gave a radical edge to 's politics.
Nehru became an avid supporter of Gandhi and joined the non-cooperation movement launched by him in 1920. Chine se Bharat ki jhadap aur ebrat-nak shikast Pandit gi ke liye aik na-qabl-e-bardasht sadma ke mutaradaf sabit hoi. While still adhering to his principle of planned development Nehru opted for a in which the government would only control its capital goods and strategic industries. Similarly, according to Chancellor Kreisky of Austria, Nehru had already before 1955 begun to mediate between Austria and the Soviet Union. He also took a firm stand against other discriminations including the campaign against the indentured labour faced by Indians in the British colonies. His ideas involved supporting an increasingly radical peasant agitation; a distancing from the conservative landlord and industrial supporters of the congress; and reforms such as the abolition of landlordism, socialization of the land, planned economic development, and state acquisition of key industries for the future. Nehru first met Gandhi in 1916.
A few days later, however, at the annual Congress session at Karachi, he piloted a resolution supporting the Gandhi-Irwin Pact. She was an Indian diplomat and politician who later became the. However, after he joined the national movement as a young man, he changed the spelling to bring it in line with that of Mahatma Gandhi. Such a proposition was, however, not acceptable to the leaders of the Muslim League; its truth was to dawn upon them much later, in 1971, after the breakup of Pakistan and the emergence of Bangladesh. Das, The Political Philosophy of Jawaharlal Nehru 1961. He emerged as an eminent leader of the Indian independence movement under the tutelage of Mahatma Gandhi and served India as Prime Minister from its establishment as an independent nation in 1947 until his death in 1964.
It was only in June 1917, when the arrest of , the leader of the movement, created a political storm that he was drawn into the vortex of political agitation. Nehru and Gandhi This was not the first, nor would it be the last, time that Nehru differed with Gandhi. Al-gharz 1962 tak Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru ne Bharat aur sari duniya mein her muhaz per kamyabiyan hasil kien aur aqwam aalam mein apna aur Bharat ka waqar buland kiya. . Priyanka is married to , a businessman.
Early Career Educated in England at Harrow and Cambridge, he was admitted to the English bar in 1912 and practiced law in India for several years. After returning to India in August 1912, Nehru enrolled himself as an advocate of the Allahabad High Court and tried to settle down as a barrister. He was released in 1945, just in time to attend the abortive Simla conference convened by the viceroy, Lord Wavell, to break the political deadlock. On the economic front, although Nehru had compromised earlier with Gandhi, he now sought to apply many of his socialist ideas. Unfortunately, most of the gains of these years were offset by an unexpected and unprecedented increase in population. A somewhat simplified biography, particularly suitable for young adults and casual readers, is Bani Shorter, Nehru: A Voice for Mankind 1970.
Once elected, Nehru headed an interim government, which was impaired by outbreaks of communal violence and political disorder, and the opposition of the Muslim League led by Muhammad Ali Jinnah, who were demanding a separate Muslim state of Pakistan. Nehru became prime minister and minister of external affairs of independent India in 1947. Educated in , he succeeded his father Motilal Nehru 1861—1931 as president of the in 1929. It is also a state of mind. Similarly, even though he had avowed his allegiance to the socialist ideal in the 1930s, he sought, after he assumed office, to reconcile socialism with economic growth and stability.
Nehru returned to his homeland in 1912 and started practising law as a barrister at the Allahabad High Court. Nehru played a leading role in the negotiations for independence in 1946—7 and was in India's first interim government. Three members of the family—, , and have served as the , while several others have been of. Conclusion Nehru was a writer of distinction. In speeches he linked the goals of independence and socialism.
However, he was spellbound by the mahatma and remained personally loyal to him. Nehru sought closer relations with nonaligned Asian states, with India in the role of leader. War in Europe drew India in, together with England. Works that assess Nehru's achievements and evaluate his place in history include K. He was the first of the three children of the couple; other two were Vijaya Lakhsmi and Krishna.