Jawaharlal Nehru, popularly known as Pandit Nehru, was one of the eminent leaders of India’s freedom struggle and the first Prime Minister of independent India. He was a man of great knowledge, intellect, and vision. In the literary world, a book in Odia language about his life and achievements has been written, titled “Jawaharlal Nehru.”
The book explores the life journey of Nehru, right from his childhood to becoming a stalwart in the struggle for India’s independence. It delves into his deep-rooted patriotism, an undying spirit for freedom, and his tireless efforts to bring social and political reforms to the country. The book also sheds light on his personal life, highlighting his love for children, particularly his daughter Indira Gandhi, who later went on to become the Prime Minister of India.
Through this book, readers get a glimpse of Nehru’s various roles and contributions as a leader, diplomat, statesman, and nation-builder. It captures his ideologies and principles, his India-centric vision, and his belief in a democratic, secular, and progressive India. The book also delves into his role in shaping India’s foreign policy and his efforts to establish India as a prominent voice on the global stage.
Overall, the book “Jawaharlal Nehru” serves as a tribute to this great leader and his invaluable contributions to the nation. It works as a window into Nehru’s ideologies and his never-ending zeal for a strong, united, and prosperous India. By understanding his life and work, readers can gain inspiration from his values, dedication, and determination to build a bright future for the country.
|Books name||Jabaharlal Neheru|
|Author||Tara Ali Beg|
|No Of pages||67|
|Publisher||Tara Ali Beg|