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Jawaharlal Nehru was born on 14 November 1889 and died on 27 May 1964. He was an Indian anti-colonial nationalist, secular humanist.
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- Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was born in Allahabad on 14 November 1889. He was educated at home during his childhood. He moved to England at the age of 15 and studied natural sciences at Cambridge University after two years at Harrow.
- Then he got a call from the Inner Temple to join the bar. Returning to India in 1912, he directly entered politics.
- From the time he was a student, he was interested in the nations that were suffering from the grip of foreign countries and struggling for freedom. He took a keen interest in the Sinn Beiin movement in Ireland.
- He was inspired and participated in India’s freedom struggle. In 1912, he participated as a special guest at the Bangipore Congress Conference. In 1919, he became the Secretary of the Home Rule League at Allahabad. He met Mahatma Gandhi for the first time in 1916.
- He was deeply impressed by Mahatma Gandhi at the very first meeting. In 1920 he undertook the first Kisan Yatra in Pratapgarh district of Uttar Pradesh.
- From 1920 to 1922 he was imprisoned twice for his non-cooperation movement.
- Pandit Nehru became the General Secretary of the All India Congress Committee in September 1923. In 1926, he traveled to Italy, Switzerland, England, Belgium, Germany and Russia.
- He participated in the meeting of oppressed nations held in Brussels, Belgium as a representative of the Indian National Congress. In 1927 he attended the 10th anniversary of the October Socialist Revolution in Moscow.
- In 1926, Nehru was instrumental in the liberation struggle to participate in the Madras Congress Conference. In 1928 he was beaten by the police for leading a demonstration against the Simon Commission.
- 1928, August 29 He attended the All Party Conference. His father Mr.
- Motilal played an important role in the Nehru Declaration to Reorganize the Constitution of India brought in Nehru’s name.
- In the same year, he severed the British connection with India and founded the organization “Sudantara India”. Later he took charge as its general secretary.
- In 1929, Nehru was elected as the president of the Indian National Congress Lahore House, which aimed to increase the independence of the country.
- He was jailed several times from 1930 to 1935 for his participation in satyagraha and various movements started by the Congress. He completed his autobiography on 14 February 1935 in Almora Jail.
- After his release from prison in February March 1936, he went to visit his ailing wife in London.
- He traveled to Spain when the country was in the early stages of civil war. He traveled to China before the outbreak of World War II.
- Pandit Nehru was arrested on October 31, 1940 when he went on a satyagraha as an individual protesting India’s forced participation in the World War. He was released along with other leaders in December 1941.
- On August 7, 1942, he proposed the resolution for the historic “Quit White” movement at the All India Congress Committee held in Mumbai.
- He was arrested on August 8, 1942 along with other leaders and taken to Ahmed Nagar Fort. This was his final and longest imprisonment. Similarly, he was arrested 9 times.
- After his release in January 1945, he organized legal proceedings against officers and Indian National Army soldiers accused of treason.
- In March 1946, Pandit Nehru visited South Asian countries. On July 6, 1946, he was elected President of the Congress for the fourth time.
- He was re-elected three times from 1951 to 1954.