Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Facts about Jawahar Lal Nehru - 2


Jawaharlal Nehru was a person that India adores. He was undoubtedly a very sound politician and a gifted individual. But, the Government of India has not built a memorial of Jawaharlal Nehru at his birth place “77 Mirganj in Allahabad”, because it is a brothel. The entire locality is a well known red light area since long. It has not become a brothel recently, but it has been a brothel even before Jawaharlal Nehru’s birth.
A portion of the same house was sold by his father Motilal Nehru to a prostitute named Lali Jaan and it came to be known as “Imambada”. If you have some doubt, you may visit the place. Several dependable sources and also encyclopedia.com & Wikipedia say this. Motilal Nehru along with his family later shifted to Anand Bhawan. Remember that Anand Bhawan is Jawaharlal Nehru’s ancestral house and not his birth place.
M. O. Mathai of Indian Civil Service served as the Private Secretary to Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. Mathai has written a book “Reminiscences of the Nehru Age” (ISBN-13: 9780706906219). In the book Mathai reveals that there was intense love affair between Jawaharlal Nehru and Edwina Mountbatten (wife of the last Viceroy to India, Louis Mountbatten). The romance was a source of great embarrassment for Indira Gandhi, who used to seek Maulana Abul Kalam Azad’s help in persuading her father to be little discreet about their relationship.
Also Nehru had love affair with Sarojini Naidu’s daughter Padmaja Naidu, whom Nehru got appointed as the Governor of Bengal. It is revealed that he used to keep her portrait in his bed room, which Indira would often remove. It caused some tension between father and daughter.
Apart from these ladies, Pandit Nehru had an affair with a sanyasin from Benares named Shraddha Mata. She was an attractive Sanskrit scholar well versed in the ancient Indian scriptures and mythology. When she conceived out of their illicit relationship, in 1949, in a convent in Bangalore, she insisted that Nehru should marry her. But, Nehru declined that because it could affect his political career. A son was born and he was kept at a Christian Missionary Boarding School. His date of birth is estimated to be 30th May, 1949. He may be in his early sixties now. Convents in such matters maintain secrecy to prevent humiliation of the child. Though Mathai confirmed the existence of the child, no efforts have ever been made to locate him. He must have grown up as a Catholic Christian blissfully ignorant of who his father was.
Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee were competitors of Jawaharlal Nehru for the post of Prime Minister of India and both of them died under mysterious circumstances.
Knowing all these facts, is there any meaning of celebrating Nehru’s birthday as Children’s Day? Presenting him as a different person to our children and hiding the truth, amounts to deny education to them.

                         With Thanks From : Nehru Gandhi dynasty

2 comments:

  1. Do you even know how much Nehru has done for our country..
    No other leader has contributed as much in framing indian destiny, both pre and post independence.
    Does it even matter that he was born in Brothel, or smoke cigarette, or had illicit relationships, or his great granpa was muslim..?
    These are at best allegations, and mark of our inability to respect our leaders for their deeds, than their birth.
    Shame on you, for criticising a leader who defined Modern India.

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  2. We cnt project a leader as a role model to our kids whose character is not enough strong.
    We dnt want someday our kids asked us that so what if i did such a bad thing but i scoring high in my school so its does not matter how bad i m doing like Nehru who is still so great and respectfull for us despite doing all bad things all over his life .
    Although we are thankfull to his deeds but on the same time we put it as an fine example to our kids that over all character matter u cnt hide ur bad things behind ur good things .
    So that they can learnt a lesson from Nehru life that how a great leader spoil his image by doing small small mistakes.

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