When Jawahar talks in his sleep, he speaks in English: Mahatma Gandhi
"How un-Indian the greatest Indian leader and first Prime Minister is," reflects his sister, telling of his upbringing amid a wealthy family that sent to England for its clothes (Nehru wore European suits until his micros); of Nehru's longstanding passion for chocolate cake, pies and ice-cream sundaes; and of his continuing preference for English friends (like Lord and Lady Mountbatten). "It was Gandhi who once jokingly said, 'When Jawahar talks in his sleep, he speaks in English.'
Rahul Gandhi wears ‘kurta pajama’ in the day time but in the night he goes to sleep with modern night dress.
Edwina Mountbatten affairs with Pt Nehru
Lady Mountbatten reportedly had affairs with Indian prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru and American actor-singer Paul Robeson. A lot of attention is paid passim to Nehru's affair with Edwina Mount- batten, resulting in the fact that " Nehru's daughter Indira hated her A nd both Mountbatten daughters have candidly acknowledged that their mother had a fiery temperament and was not always supportive of her husband when jealousy of his high profile overbore a sense of their having common cause. Mountbatten himself carried on affairs with lovers of both sexes and that he was widely known in the military as "Mountbottom.
“While her husband, appointed the last viceroy of India , hammered out the terms of India 's independence and partition, she experienced a passionate union of souls with Nehru, the great unfulfilled love of her life. Morgan ( Agatha Christie ) had unique access to the hundreds of letters Edwina and Nehru wrote to each other until her death in 1960.” Written in the book ‘ Edwina Mountbatten: A Life of Her Own’
Congress wants to bow on the feet of their president instead of bow and kiss the motherland Bharatmata. Both Manmohan Singh and Sonia Gandhi were underground on the occasion of ‘Vandemataram day.
“Laughing low and sweet
Mother, I kiss thy feet,
Speaker sweet and low!
Mother, to thee I bow.” Bankim
Nehru's romance with Kashmir
As the media report of Feb 11, 2007 a special and rare exhibition photos’ Pt Nehru was held on in the Jammu University 's campus. The exhibit is titled 'Nehru in Kashmir' and is based on the works of Veteran photographer Sati SahniThere is also a rare photo of Pt Nehru with his friend Lady Edwina Mountbatten in March 1949, at Chashmashahi Guest House as he is explaining the breathtaking beauty of Dal Lake from a vantage position.
“Nehru: A Tryst with Destiny”
I recall a review of the book “Nehru: A Tryst with Destiny”of Stanley Wolpert which said:details Nehru's personal life, including the early death of his wife and his long affair with Edwina Mountbatten, the wife of the last British viceroy of India . There are the love letters between Nehru and Lady Edwina Mountbatten, and other private papers "still locked away by foolish heirs and self-appointed guardians." Still, he convincingly goes beneath Nehru's exalted image to reveal some pesky demons.
Mahatma Gandhi was not an active participant in the Partition
Mahatma Gandhi was not an active participant in the partition of India according to the "Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy" (1986) (mini)TV-Series. Pt Nehru and Jinnah were the main architect of dividing the India on the basis of ‘Two nation Theory’ which was been buried by Indira Gandhi with the independese of Bangladesh and now we can see the fight between Siitis (Shia) and Sunnia in Iraq and other laces.
CIA on Romantic Pt Nehru
CIA documents on the India-China border dispute that were declassified on June 28, 2007 offer insights on how the US intelligence agency viewed the former Soviet Union and China in the darkest days of the Cold War.
One set of documents called the Caesar-Polo-Esau papers deal extensively with the communist regimes in the former Soviet Union and China , and the American reading of their policies. Suicidal slogna of “Hindi Chini bhai bhai” is still going on by the unholu alliance of Communists and Congress.
In the three chapters dealing with the India-China border spat, CIA analysts suggest that Beijing and its then premier Zhou en Lai (the old spellings Peiping and Chou are used in the paper) consistently fooled Nehru and India through procrastination and dissembling.
The CIA documents paint Nehru as a naïve and romantic statesman who trusted the Chinese. They claim the Indian leader kept disagreements on the border issue out of the public domain to maintain his relationship with Chou.
Here it is noteable that Nehru also remarked on Americans like that. Nehru still "admires Britain more than any other nation," Mrs. Hutheesing reports, and respects and admires some Americans. But Nehru thinks Americans are generally "a very rich, childish and naive people, still in their infancy so far as diplomacy go."
The Chinese plan to dupe Nehru had actually been in operation right through the 1950s, the CIA says. 'In New Delhi in November-December 1956, Chou sought to create the impression with Nehru that Beijing would accept the McMahon line, but again his language was equivocal, and what he conceded with his left hand, he retrieved with his right.'
Such was Nehru's trust of China and Zhou (Chau), the CIA says, that he dismissed a letter from then Burmese premier Ba Swe, warning him to be cautious in dealing with Zhou. Nehru declared Zhou to be an honourable man.
Not Casear but little dictator Nehru
Anonymous Confession: Mrs. Hutheesing quotes revealingly from an article Nehru wrote anonymously about himself in 1937. Disguising himself in the third person, Nehru wrote: "… Jawahar, with all their capacity for great and good work, are unsafe in a democracy.
He calls himself a democrat and a socialist and no doubt he does so in all earnestness, but every psychologist knows that the mind is, ultimately, slave to the heart . . . A little twist and Nehru might turn dictator, sweeping aside the paraphernalia of a slow-moving democracy . . . Jawahar has all the makings of a dictator in him—vast popularity, a strong will, ability, hardness, an intolerance of others and a certain contempt for the weak and the inefficient . . . In this revolutionary epoch, Caesarism is always at the door. Is it not possible that Jawahar might fancy himself as a Caesar?"
Mrs Hutheesing is convinced that power "has not corrupted Jawahar," but "has had the effect of perhaps coarsening him to some extent. He was always inclined to be a little dictatorial . . . but nowadays he brooks no criticism and will not even suffer advice gladly. He is highly conscious of his place in history . . . Jawahar is ambitious for India . Whether his one-man control . . . has made him a benevolent despot is a matter of opinion." Nehru's sister concludes: "In the eyes of the world, he is undoubtedly the only man in India who can guide and control her destiny in these difficult times. Nevertheless, there is danger for him and for India if he is spoiled too much with adulation. In his own words, 'It must be checked. We want no Caesars!' "
Why we are going to give remote control Premiership and Rastrapati Bhawan in the hands of foreigh hands. Why we want to be slave again? Why we should not learn from our own history
Rajini Patil widow of a Congress leader alleged that Pratibha Patil’s brother is involed in the murder of her husband. This is the way of Congress to tribute the womanhood. There is a regular scanning of ghosts in news channels. Pratiha said in Mount Abu that she talked ghost. It is said that still ghost of Ghost of Lincoln in White House of Washington. If ghost of V G Patil runs to be a shadow of Pratibha than we also find a ghost in Rashtrapati Bhawan as White House. This will be a huge matter for TV serials and making movies.
We wish, President means Rashtrapati should be Ram Bhakt to save Ram Sethu