Essay No. 01
Jawaharlal Nehru was popularly known as Chacha Nehru in India. Jawaharlal Nehru loved children of his nation and wished that they should shine like the twinkling stars of the sky and rise to lofty heights.
This great dreamer of India was born on 14th November 1889 in Allahabad (U.P.). His birthday is celebrated as Children’s Day all over India. Jawaharlal Nehru was born with a silver spoon in his mouth. He had all the luxuries of the world at his feet. His father Motilal Nehru appointed highly experienced teachers to teach him.
Jawaharlal was not allowed to take anything without permission in the house. One day, Nehru took his father’s pen by mistake and got a thrashing by his father for taking the pen. But Jawaharlal loved his father, as he knew his father too loved him, thus he ignored his father’s trashing and carried on with his life. Motilal Nehru appointed teachers to teach him swimming and horse riding. Best tutors were kept to develop his personality and impart values of life, so that he could become one of the esteemed citizens of his country.
Jawaharlal was married to Kamla Kaul on 8th February 1916. In the year 1917, he gave birth to the nation’s blooming flower Indira Priyadarshini.
Nehru received his education in England, where he attained the degree in law, and thereafter returned back to India.
Jawaharlal joined politics along with his father and thereafter went numerous times to jail for giving speeches and protesting against the British rule. Nehru wrote letters to his daughter Indira from the jail and taught her the values of life through these letters.
Jawaharlal was a great dreamer. He wanted to eliminate the curse of poverty, ignorance, unemployment and disease from the root. He didn’t want to rest till his last breath. He wanted to toil day and night to keep the flag of his country high.
Jawaharlal left for heavenly abode on 27th May 1964 at the age of 75. His last written lines were:
The woods are lovely, dark and deep but 1 have promises to keep and miles to go before I sleep.
Jawaharlal Nehru died after writing these verses written by Robert Frost.
Jawaharlal Nehru may not be in between as today. but this gem of a person shall be remembered till the world cease to exist.
Essay No. 02
Jawahar Lal Nehru
Jawahar Lal Nehru was a man of international repute and an outstanding statesman. He was known throughout the world as an angle of peace. He was a great visionary and a writer. He was one of the builders of Independent India.
He was born in a very rich family of Allahabad on 14th Nov 1889. He was educated by an European tutor. His father, Pandit Moti Lal Nehru, was a famous barrister. His mother, Smt. Swaroop Rani, was a pious lady. After his education in England, Jawahar Lal returned to India, but he did not practice law. He plunged himself into national politics at once and dragged his father also into it,
Jawaharlal gave up a life of luxury for the sake of the country. This made him very popular with the young and the old alike. With his selfless and hard work and great suffering he helped India gain freedom.
After freedom, Jawahar lal became the first prime minister of India. Then he started the struggle against poverty and backwardness. H started the process of economic planning in the country. He wanted India to be a great power and an industrialised country. So he helped many industries and plants to come up.
He was always busy with national and international problems. But he managed to write many books. Two of his books, `The Discovery of India’ and ‘The Glimpses of World History’ are very well known.
He died on May 27, 1964. Many of his cherished dreams still remain unfulfilled. It is for others to carry on the good work he started. Let us try to make India great, and thus prove worthy successors to the legacy left by Jawahar Lal Nehru.
Essay No. 03
Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru
Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was one of the greatest leaders of the world. He was the first Prime Minister of free India. He was a great politician and statesman under whose guidance progressed by leaps and bounds.
Jawaharlal Nehru was born at Allahabad 1889 on November 14. His father Pt. Moti Lal Nehru was a famous lawyer. Initially he was educated by English tutors at home. At the age of fifteen he was sent to England for higher studies. After obtaining his law degree he returned to India in 1912.
As he was deeply influenced by Mahatma Gandhi, he joined the Congress and began taking part in India’s struggle for freedom. In December 1929, at the historic session held at Lahore, the Congress proclaimed “Complete Independence” as its ultimate goal and he was elected the President of the Indian National Congress.
In 1947, when India gained its freedom from the Britishers, Pt. Nehru, became the first Prime Minister of free India. He marked this day by hoisting the Tricolour at the Red Fort.
Pt. Nehru, was also a great writer. Some of his famous works are “The Discovery of India”, and Letters to a Daughter. (Letters those he wrote to his daughter Indira Gandhi from Jail).
Pt. Nehru was also a great supporter of disarmament and in 1961 he signed the Panchsheel Agreement with China. He believed in the unity of mankind.
He was also known as Chacha Nehru by children, as he was very fond of them. His birthday is celebrated as Children’s Day all over India on November 14th every year.
On May 27, 1964 he died of heart attack.
Although he has died his memory is still alive in the hearts of Indian people.