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MOTILAL NEHRU

Difference of opinion between father and son

Jawaharlal returned from abroad; he brought with him a political storm too. Father and son used to exchange views. The son was fiery. The father was moderate in his approach. Jawaharlal's stand was radical. No country should be a slave to another; there should be no slavery anywhere in the world; all countries should live in freedom -this was Jawahar stand. India should have freedom in internal matters, but should remain within
the British Empire, argued Motilal. There were frequent debates between the two.
Sometimes the debate would be quite hot and sometimes mild. The father feared that his son might support violence. The mother Swaroop Rani was afraid that the angry father might expel the son. Naturally Kamala was worried. The children were scared. The happy atmosphere of Anad Bhavan had been true to its name, but for some time it was disturbed.

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Motilal Nehru - A great leader of India's fight for freedom.Father of Jawaharlal Nehru
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Introduction
Childhood In Hardship
The Wealthy Lawyer
In The Lap Of Glory
The Western Influence
His Daughter's Birthday Party
The British Emperor's Guests Of Honour
Short Temper
The Darling Son
The Son In England
In The World Of Politics
A Home Of Joy
You are Here! Difference of Opinion Between Father and Son
Then Came Gandhji
The Atrocities of The British Government
Motilal's Eyes were Opened
Goodbye to Luxury
The Consequence
To The Prison
Released From The Jail
The Leader Of The Opposition
Son In The Jail
Son Succeeds Father as President
"Don't Release Me"
The Light Goes Out
The War Trumpets Sound In Old Age
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