Jawaharlal Nehru First Prime Minister of the newly independent India Passed away - 27th May 1964
Motilal Nehru, wanted his son, Jawahar, to join his practice after completing his education.
Along with Gandhi, he adopted the non-violent civil disobedience movement and renounced his well-to-do status to live a simple life.
Jawaharlal Nehru's political career started in 1919, when he enlisted into the Indian National Congress
After the country gained independence, he accepted the biggest responsibility of creating a nation, by becoming its first Prime Minister.
Along with a number of economic decisions, in order to industrialise India and establish its path towards prosperity, Nehru also left a legacy of education undertakings that sealed India's future progress.
He also directed the establishment of higher learning institutions
Jawaharlal Nehru's death on 27 May 1964 was a r sult of a third heart attack
Keshu ROPIC PAINT WORK 1708, or NEHRU LAID TO ETERNAL REST Earthly remains consigned to flames amid chanting of Vedas GRANDSON SANJOY LIGHTS PYRE Nation weeps, world mourns in homage to apostle of peace FROM OUR SPL REPRESENTATIVE & AGENCY SOURCES NEW DELHI, May 28 The late Prime Minister Nehru made of his last journey to-doy, a sorrowing nation and statesmen abrood paying their homage to the postle who, for the lost holf a century provided the beacon light for Indio ond the whole world.
Lal Bahadur Shastri became the Prime Minister in June 1964