Know interesting things related to first Prime Minister of independent India ‘Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru’


New Delhi: Today i.e. on November 14 every year, the birthday of ‘Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru’ is celebrated in our country. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru is a very big name in Indian history. Pandit Nehru played an important role in getting India’s independence. Let us tell you that the first Prime Minister of independent India is ‘Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru’.

Please tell that children were very dear to Pandit Nehru. Therefore, on his birth anniversary, this day is celebrated as Children’s Day in our country. Today, on the birth anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, we are going to tell you some special things related to him. Let’s know……

  • Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of independent India, was born on November 14, 1889, in Allahabad.
  • After studying at Harrow and Cambridge, Nehru took the title of Bar-at-Law in 1912 and was called to the Bar. Nehru was arrested in Bombay on 9 August 1942 in the ‘Quit India’ movement of 1942 and remained in Ahmednagar Jail, from where he was released on 15 June 1945.
  • As the beloved ‘Uncle Nehru’ of children, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was a special guide to take the country on the path of progress.
  • During the tenure of Nehru, his main objectives were to strengthen the democratic traditions, to give a lasting sense to the secular character of the nation and the constitution and to make the country’s economy smooth through schemes.
  • Pandit Nehru was influenced by Gandhiji from the beginning and joined the Congress in 1912. The credit for organizing the first Kisan Front of Pratapgarh in 1920 goes to him. Nehru was injured in protest against the Simon Commission in Lucknow in 1928 and was arrested in the Salt Movement of 1930. He spent 6 months in jail. In 1935, wrote ‘autobiography’ in Almora Jail.
  • He made a total of nine jail visits. He toured the world and was recognized as an international hero. Nehru propounded the principle of Panchsheel and was decorated with ‘Bharat Ratna’ in 1954. Nehru organized and led neutral nations.
  • The special proposal for action to be taken to run the struggle for independence and independence was almost unanimously passed. The special resolution was accepted by chance with the strike of midnight on December 31, when the previous year was passing and the new year was coming in its place.
  • After the death of Pandit Nehru, Sarvepalli Dr. Radhakrishnan had said- ‘Jawaharlal Nehru was one of the greatest persons of our generation. He was such a unique politician whose services towards the emancipation of mankind will be remembered forever. As a warrior of the freedom struggle, he was successful and was the builder of modern India.
  • In the interim government formed before independence and after independence in 1947, he became the Prime Minister of India and remained in this position till his death on 27 May 1964.