Know, the biography of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India
Under the Lahore session, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru first hoisted the tricolor on the banks of the Ravi river at midnight on 31 December 1929. Nehru went to jail many times for the sake of the country's independence. Despite this, his morale did not dampen.
Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India was born on November 14, 1889, in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh. His mother's name was Swarooprani Nehru and his father's name was Motilal Nehru. Pandit Motilal was a barrister by profession. At the same time, the name of Pandit Nehru's wife was Kamala Nehru. They had a daughter Indira Gandhi, who became the successor of Lal Bahadur Shastri and was the first woman Prime Minister of the country.
Nehru Ji belonged to a wealthy family. Also, Nehru was the only brother of three sisters. Due to this, there was never any shortage in the upbringing of Nehru Ji. He received his early education in Allahabad. While there, completed higher education in England. He completed his law studies in London. During this, Nehru Ji also collected information about socialism. After receiving higher education, Nehru returned home in the year 1912 and actively participated in the freedom struggle.
Nehru Ji married Kamala Ji in the year 1916. A year later, in 1917, he joined the Home Rule League and played an important role in the independence of the country. At the same time, in the year 1919, Nehru came in contact with Gandhiji for the first time. It was from here that Nehru's political life started. After this, together with Gandhiji, Nehru made an important contribution to the independence of India.
According to historians, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru first hoisted the tricolor on the banks of the Ravi river at 12 o'clock in the night on December 31, 1929, under the Lahore session. Nehru went to jail many times for the sake of the country's independence. Despite this, his morale did not dampen. Nehru Ji was very fond of children. They considered children as roses. Because of this, the children also affectionately called him uncle.
After the independence of the country, he was unanimously elected the Prime Minister of the country. He served the country for a long time. Even on the world stage, Nehru was called a strong leader. On 27 May 1964, Chacha Nehru merged with the Panchatattva. Children's Day is celebrated every year on his birthday.