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His father, Motilal Nehru —a self-made wealthy barrister who belonged to the Kashmiri Pandit community,  served twice as President of the Indian National Congressin and His mother, Swaruprani Thussu —who came from a well-known Kashmiri Brahmin family settled in Lahore was Motilal's second wife, the first having died in child birth.
Jawaharlal was the eldest of three children, two of whom were girls. Childhood Nehru described his childhood as a "sheltered and uneventful one".
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He grew up in an atmosphere of privilege at wealthy homes including a palatial estate called the Anand Bhavan. His father had him educated at home by private governesses and tutors.
Brooks, he became interested in science and theosophy. However, his interest in theosophy did not prove to be enduring and he left the society shortly after Brooks departed as his tutor.
About the latter he wrote, "[The] Japanese victories [had] stirred up my enthusiasm Nationalistic ideas filled my mind I mused of Indian freedom and Asiatic freedom from the thraldom of Europe. Trevelyan 's Garibaldi books, which he had received as prizes for academic merit.
Writings of Bernard ShawH. KeynesBertrand RussellLowes Dickinson and Meredith Townsend moulded much of his political and economic thinking. But, unlike his father, he had only a desultory interest in his profession and did not relish either the practice of law or the company of lawyers.
Although educated Indians "by and large took a vicarious pleasure" in seeing the British rulers humbled, the ruling upper classes sided with the Allies. Nehru confessed that he viewed the war with mixed feelings. Although the political discourse had been dominated at this time by Gopal Krishna Gokhale a moderate who said that it was "madness to think of independence",  Nehru had spoken "openly of the politics of non-cooperation, of the need of resigning from honorary positions under the government and of not continuing the futile politics of representation".
He noted that someone had once defined the Indian Civil Service, "with which we are unfortunately still afflicted in this country, as neither Indian, nor civil, nor a service".
Nehru, however, was not satisfied with the pace of the national movement. He became involved with aggressive nationalists leaders who were demanding Home Rule for Indians.
But, inthe proposal was rejected because of the reluctance of the moderates to commit to such a radical course of action. Besant nevertheless formed a league for advocating Home Rule in ; and Tilak, on his release from a prison term, had in April formed his own league.
The pact had been initiated earlier in the year at Allahabad at a meeting of the All India Congress Committee which was held at the Nehru residence at Anand Bhawan.
Nehru welcomed and encouraged the rapprochement between the two Indian communities. Nehru joined the movement and rose to become secretary of Besant's Home Rule League. The Congress and various other Indian organisations threatened to launch protests if she were not set free. The British government was subsequently forced to release Besant and make significant concessions after a period of intense protest.
Non-cooperation The first big national involvement of Nehru came at the onset of the Non-Cooperation movement in He led the movement in the United Provinces now Uttar Pradesh.
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