नेहरु गाँधी जिन्ना कलाकार थे फिल्म भारत की नकली आजादी के

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    Nehru का इतिहास ध्यान से पढोगे तो बहुत से सवाल उठेंगे..

    1 नेहरु १८८९ में जन्म..
    १६ साल तक वह अपने घर में ही पला क्यूंकि उसको स्कूल से निकाल दिया गया था बिगडैल होने की वजह से..
    यानी १९०५ तक घर की दुनिया को ही वो जानता था..

    उसने पढ़ा किस किसको
    read works from Alice in Wonderland to books by Scott, Charles Dickens, H.G. Wells, Mark Twain and Sherlock Holmes. He also read stories of the Buddha.

    १९०५ से १९१२ तक वो इंग्लैंड में रहा (भारत में अभी तक घुमा नही है)… तो भारत को क्या जानता होगा..
     
    अचानक से १९१२ से जब वो भारत लौटा तो उसके टीम में गाँधी भी था जो उसका लीडर था.. (असल में भारत की असली कहानी यहाँ से शुरू होती है)..
     
    असल में उसको और गाँधी को अंग्रेजो ने तैयार किया था भारत की सत्ता सौंपने के लिए ताकि अंग्रेज परदे के पीछे से राज करें और लोगों को लगे की आजादी आ गयी है अब किस्से लड़ना… 
     
    जिस तरह नेहरु और गाँधी को इंग्लैंड और अफ्रीका में रहकर (अंग्रेजी राज्य) अंग्रेजो के छापे हुए अखबारों में प्रसिधी दी गयी (अखबार कौन छाप रहा था ?, किसके आदेश पर क्या छपता था यह तो आप समझ ही गए होंगे)
    उस तरह की प्रसिधी किसी को नहीं मिली.
    न ही उतनी सुख उतनी सुविधाएं जेल में..
     
    असल में जो जेल का समय बताया जाता है उस समय ये लोग अंग्रेजो के साथ विदेश में पूर्ण रूप से भारत के नकली इतिहास की योजना में जुटे थे..
     
    नेहरु ने कौनसी किताब लिखी जेल में ? 
    discovery of India 
    ‘Glimpses of World History’ 
     
    यानि विश्व इतिहास और भारत के इतिहास पर पुस्तक लिख दी उस बन्दे ने  जेल में रहकर 
     
    उदेश्य ? इससे भारत को आजादी मिलनी थी ?
    नहीं 
    उदेश्य 
    भारत की नकली आजादी तो तय हो चुकी थी अब तो नेहरु तैयारी कर रहा था देश के मन में एक विकृत इतिहास भरने की … (यह पुस्तक क्या सच में नेहरु ने लिखी ? क्या नेहरु विश्व में घुमा था ? क्या वो भारत में ही घुमा था ?
    १९०५ तक घर में ही रहा (उम्र १६ साल) 
    १९१२ तक इंग्लैंड में पढाई करता रहा (उम्र २३ साल) 
    फिर भारत आ गया 
    और भारत में ही नेतागिरी में लग गया ..
    १९१२ से १९४६ तक बिच में ९ साल तो जेल में बिताये (जो की असल में अंग्रेजो के साथ गुप्त बैठके थी विदेश में रहकर)
    यानि मोटे तौर पर नेहरु ने इंग्लैंड में पढाई और भारत में नेतागिरी की उम्र भर 
    तो वो विश्व इतिहास कैसे लिख सकता है ?
    यानी अगर उसने इतहास लिखा तो चार्ल्स dickens को पढ़कर और अन्य किताबो को पढ़कर लिखा 
    या फिर ये इतिहास उसने लिखा ही नहीं, उसका तो नाम लिया गया और उसको प्रसिद्ध करके मशहूर बनाया गया ताकि भारत के सभी लोगों की जानकारी में नेहरु को पंडित यानि हिन्दू और देशभक्त समझा जाये.. 
     
    क्या नेहरु का कोई भाषण है जिसको प्रसिधी मिली हो ?
    किसी के खून में तनिक गर्मी भी आई हो (उबाल तो बाद की बात है )
     
    नेहरु और गाँधी अंग्रेजो के रचे propaganda थे..
     
    उसी तरह जिन्ना जिसको पाकिस्तान सौंपा गया भारत के टुकड़े करके वह भी इंग्लैंड से ही आया था और नेतागिरी शुरू..
     
    कांग्रेस बनाई किसने अंग्रेज ने A O HUMES ने
    जिन्ना की पार्टी किसने बनवाई लन्दन में अंग्रेजो ने …
    गाँधी की हत्या किसने करवाई ? बताना पड़ेगा क्या   …. अगली पोस्ट में लॉजिक से जवाब देता हूँ..
     
    यह सब फ़िल्मी कलाकार की भांति अपने रोल निभा रहे थे.
    कहानी थी अंग्रेजो की बनाई हुई क्यूंकि उन्हें १८५७ से अंदाजा हो चला था की भारत उनसे सीधे नहीं सम्भलेगा, इसको सम्भालने का एक ही तरीका है अय्याशो को ढूंढ कर उन्हें अपना मुखौटा बनाकर राज करो… 
     
    पढ़िए निचे जो नेहरु की साईट से ही लिया गया है.. 

     

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    Early Life

    Jawaharlal Nehru was born on 14 November 1889 at Allahabad, United Provinces (now Uttar Pradesh). His father Motilal Nehru was a renowned lawyer and one of the Mahatma Gandhi’s notable lieutenants. His mother, Swarup Rani Nehru came from a well-known Kashmiri family, settled in Lahore. He had two sisters, Vijayalakshmi and Krishna. Nehru grew up in an atmosphere of privilege at wealthy homes, including a palatial estate called Anand Bhawan, Allahabad. Motilal wanted to give his son the best possible education. In 1896, Nehru was sent to St. Mary’s Convent School, Allahabad, but after six months he was removed from that school. As Nehru wrote in his An Autobiography, “An only son of prosperous parents is apt to be spoilt, especially so in India”. He was educated at home till the age of 16. He was taught by Ferdinand T. Brooks, who stimulated his interest in science and theosophy. Encouraged by his tutor Nehru became a voracious reader and read works from Alice in Wonderland to books by Scott, Charles Dickens, H.G. Wells, Mark Twain and Sherlock Holmes. He also read stories of the Buddha, which left a deep impact on his mind. In 1905 Nehru went to England to study at Harrow, then at Trinity College, Cambridge, and graduated with an Honours degree in Natural Science in 1910. He later studied Law at the Inns of Court School of Law (Inner Temple), London. While staying in England he avidly followed political activities in India and the world. Motilal had sent his son to Harrow and Cambridge to prepare him for a career in the Civil Service, but he returned to India in 1912 as a Barrister and enrolled himself as his father’s Junior at the Allahabad High Court.

    Marriage

    At the age of 26 Jawaharlal Nehru married Kamala Kaul, on 8 February 1916 at Haksar Haveli, Delhi. Kamala Nehru was the eldest daughter of Rajpati and Jawaharmal Mull Atal-Kaul. On 19 November 1917, they were blessed with a girl child, Indira Priyadarshni. Kamala Nehru also gave birth to a pre-mature baby boy who died. The initial years of Jawaharlal and Kamala Nehru’s married life found them coming to terms with contrasts in family background. Kamala Nehru hailed from a conservative Kashmiri Brahmin family whereas Jawaharlal Nehru’s family had a more westernized life style. Secondly, Jawaharlal Nehru could not spend much time with Kamala Nehru due to his constant political activities. Soon Kamala Nehru, following the footsteps of her husband, started participating in freedom movement. This brought the young couple much closer. By the end of 1930s she fell seriously ill and was diagnosed with tuberculosis then a dreaded ailment. She underwent treatment in various hospitals in India and abroad. Nehru always accompanied her whenever he was out of jail. Nehru realized the depth of his attachment to her. He has written in his An Autobiography “I almost overlooked her…. We wanted to be together as much as possible during my brief period outside prison”. Kamala Nehru died in Lausanne, Switzerland on 28 February 1936. At that time Jawaharlal Nehru, Indira and Swarup Rani were by her side. Later Jawaharlal Nehru wrote in his Discovery of India, comparing the life of Kamala Nehru with Chitragada, (the English version is ‘Chitra’, one of Tagore’s play) “like Chitra in Tagore’s plays, she (Kamala) seemed to say to me: I am Chitra. No goddess to be worshipped, nor yet the object of common pity to be brushed aside. If you deign to keep me by your side in the path of danger and daring, if you allow me to show the great duties of your life, then you will know me. But she did not say this to me in words and it was only gradually that I read the massage of her eyes”.

    Freedom Struggle

    Jawaharlal Nehru began his political career as a delegate to the Bankipore Congress session in 1912. He subsequently took part in all the major non-violent movements led by Mahatma Gandhi and spent the equivalent of nine long years in jail between 1920 and 1945. Nehru’s first major involvement with the nationalist movement was his role in the Non-Cooperation movement in Uttar Pradesh. He was arrested on the charges of anti-government activities in 1921. He gradually grew involved with the problems of the poor and the cultivators. He led the Kisan movement in the United Provinces from 1920s and also worked with labour unions. He represented India at the Congress of Oppressed Nationalities at Brussels, 1927, and founded the Independence for India League, 1928. Nehru joined in protest against the all white Simon Commission in Lucknow, 1928 and was one of the signatories to the (Motilal) Nehru Report on Indian Constitutional Reforms, 1928. Jawaharlal Nehru was instrumental in changing the creed of the Congress from Dominion Status to Complete Independence. He moved the resolution of Complete Independence at the Lahore Session of the Congress, 1929. During the Civil Disobedience movement Nehru led the No-Tax campaign in U.P. and was arrested in 1930. Nehru also took a keen interest in the States’ People’s Movement and became the President of the All India States’ People’s Conference in 1939. Nehru also participated in the Individual Satyagraha, 1940-41, and was imprisoned the same year. He moved the Quit India resolution at the AICC, Bombay in 1942 and was arrested on 9 August 1942. He served the longest period of jail from 1942-45. He led the Interim Government of India and was sworn in as its Vice President and Member in Charge, External Affairs on 2 September 1946. At the mid night of 14 and 15 August 1947, he was sworn in as the First Prime Minister of Independent India.

    Prime Minister

    Prime Minister Nehru took the oath as first Prime Minister of India at midnight of 14-15 August 1947, and then delivered his famous speech “Tryst with Destiny.” Nehru’s vision for an Independent, modern India was that of a sovereign democratic republic. On the domestic front, Nehru faced formidable challenges in the beginning.The government swiftly acted to resettle the uprooted millions of refugees and provide for stable administration. Nehru also took active part in framing the Constitution of India’s Republic which came into existence on 26 January 1950.He helped lay strong foundation of Parliamentary democracy. The first general elections of 1951-52 were conducted on the basis of universal adult franchise without discrimination on basis of income, literacy, gender, caste or creed. The elections were free and fair, a historic event with 173 million eligible voters, who constituted the world’s largest electorate. Nehru favoured a mixed economy where the Government controlled public sector which co-existed with the private sector. His tenure saw the growth of heavy industry. The abolition of Zamindari helped land redistributio0n.Thye Hindu civil code was reformed by legislative enactment. He chaired the Planning Commission in ex-officio capacity. Linguistic reorganization in 1956 and 1960 redrew the provincial (state) boundaries. This period also saw the founding of many new institutions for higher education and promoted art, culture and literature. Nehru laid great stress on science and technology and on “Scientific Temper”. He promoted atomic energy and the space programme, and oversaw establishment of a chain of Laboratories under the Council for Science and Industrial Research (CSIR). He also laid the foundation stone of big dams like Bhakra Nangal and Hirakud and the Steel Plants at Bhilai, Rourkela and Durgapur. On the External affairs front, Nehru based his foreign policy on non-alignment and  Panchsheela.  He strove for good relations with neighboring countries. India joined the Commonwealth despite some opposition, in the interest of cooperation and goodwill. He advocated that international disputes be settled by peaceful negotiation. Nehru had great faith in the role of United Nations Organization. On the international scene, he was a champion of peace. However, he was also aware of the development of nuclear technology in the world, hence he established the Atomic Energy Commission of India (AEC) in 1948.The National Defence Academy (India) was set up in 1949. In 1955 Nehru was awarded the Bharat Ratna, the highest Civilian honour of the country.

     

    Jawaharlal Nehru was imprisoned nine times during the freedom struggle and was in jail for 3259 days.
    • 1st Term
      88 days
    • 2nd Term
      266 days
    • 3rd Term
      12 days
    • 4th Term
      181 days
    • 5th Term
      100 days
    • 6th Term
      614 days
    • 7th Term
      558 days
    • 8th Term
      399 days
    • 9th Term
      1041 days

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