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The Story of India's Freedom Struggle
The Story of India's Freedom Struggle

Pictures of Freedom Struggle

Portrait of Sarojini NaiduKamaladevi ChattopadhayaKamaladevi ChattopadhayaIndian Soldiers Being Executed by British CanonsA lady spinning yarnSardar Vallabhbhai PatelAshfaqualla Khan, Freedom FighterLala Lajpatrai (1865-1928)
Civil Disobedience in ActionPolice Roughing-up the SatyagrahisLokamanya Bal Gangadhar TilakCelebration of Bardoli DayPictures of Freedom MovementPortrait of Ram Prasad BismilMaharani of TravancoreGopal Krishna Gokhale (1866-1915)
Presidents Message for Haripura Congress ConventionDa. Pa. KaramarakarKhan Mohammad Abbas Khan C. Rajagopalachari (1878 - 1972)  Dadabhai Navroji (1825-1917) Bhagwan Das (1869-1958)Portrait of Jamnalal Bajaj Anjali Ammal
Narottam Morarji Picture of Kamala Nehru Kadengodlu Shankar Bhat Swadeshi Memorabilia Portrait of Indira GandhiSalt March to Break the LawSubhash Chandra Bose Making a Radio BroadcastGandhian Freedom Fighters
Soldiers of Non-violence Marching to Break LawSatyagrahis squatting on the beach to break lawLohia at Congress ConventionBidhan Chandra Roy (1882 - 1962)Anugrah Narayan SinhaCongressman Balakrishna Sharma (1897-1960)Babu Purushottamdas TandonV. I. Muniswamy Pillai
Balaji Bhawansa WalvekarB. Pattabhi Sitaramiah (1880 - 1959)Deshabandhu Chittaranjan DasSardar Vallabhai PatelMaulana Abdul Kalam AzadDeshbandhu Chitta Ranjan Das (1870-1925)Pandit Motilal NehruRao Bahadur Mudholkar
Acharya Prafulla Chandra Ray (1861-1944)Henry Cotton (1845-1915)N.G. Chandavarkar (1855-1923)Alan Octavian HumeIndira NehruAnnie BesantNawasb Syed Muhammad  BahadurMarch of Satyagrahis in Goa
Tagore and GandhiMadam Cama and the First Flag of Free IndiaVeerapandia KattabommanPortrait of Lal Bahadur ShastriPortrait of Rabindranath TagoreBal Gangadhar Tilak (1856-1920)Tribute to Martyrs

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Jawaharlal Nehru

K. L. Kamat
Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru
Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru (1889-1964)

Although more famous for his monumental work for India after her independence, Jawaharlal's contribution to the freedom movement is enormous. Born to Motilal Nehru, an early congressman and once a president of the Indian National Congress, Nehru was destined to lead India. His education, charm, scholarship, and vision is rarely equaled in modern political history of the world.

He served as president of Indian National Congress for several years and was among the moderates in the party. While Gandhi spent much of his efforts in spiritual discovery, Nehru and Patel shared the burden of building the nation.

 

Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru

See Also:

Tryst with destiny
Introduction | Tryst With Destiny | Brief History
Sepoy Mutiny | Indian National Congress
The People | The Events

 

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