The children's day is dedicated in the honor of our very own Chacha Nehru, born on 14 November 1964, he left all of us at the age of 74 on 27 may 1964 due to a heart attack. He was from Allahabad and spend his maximum life in New Delhi. He was a part of Indian National Congress and Bharat Rattan awardee as well.
His role in modern India has been a very talked about the subject as he brought the concept of a sovereign, socialist, secular and democratic republic. He had this in his blood as his father was a prominent lawyer and completed his education from Trinity College of Cambridge where he was trained as a Barrister. He showed and proved that he was a true leader by participating in political events when he was a teenager. For achieving the target of independence, he had played a major role under the guidance of Gandhiji, he always respected him and considered him as his mentor. His target was whole of India including Hindu as well as Muslims but Muhammad Ali Jinnah had a separate thought as he wanted to lead the Muslims but the struggle for independence from British Raj was their single target and later it resulted in Partition of Hindustan as India and Pakistan.
He didn't face any struggle in his childhood as he belongs to a wealthy family and was always protected and nurtured by the loved ones. He was an advocate by profession and had a solid background in practicing his knowledge in India. He was married to Kamala Kaul and got divorced later as he had his other relationships too.
He had a daughter and a son from Kamala but the boy passed away after a week from his birth. Indira was the face of Congress in India Indira Gandhi the first women Prime Minister of India was her only child and he had given her politics inheritance. Later, succeeded by Rajiv his grandson and then his wife after his demise Sonia Gandhi. Nehru was succeeded by the Gandhi family