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The War Trumpets Sound in Old Age

The National Congress declared on 31 St. December 1929 that India should aim at
complete Independence. The flag of freedom was hoisted. Everybody clearly knew that the path of Mahatma Gandhi led to prison, to suffering and to poverty. Motilal was then sixty-nine. Many of his friends advised him not to jump into the fire of the freedom struggle. Motilal wrote to a friend as follows: "Believe me, I know quite well what will happen to me and my family if we join Gandhiji and plunge into the freedom struggle. I know that in this old age, with all my responsibilities and physical weakness, I am taking a big risk so daringly. Why then, do I do it? There is only one reason. It is my strong conviction that the time has come for determined efforts and the greatest sacrifice. I hear the war trumpets of my country, and I am responding to that call."

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I am not fortunate enough to see India free
About Motilal Nehru
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
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
You are Here! The War Trumpets Sound In Old Age
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