WITH NO REGRETS by Krishna Nehru

WITH NO REGRETS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The American public -- through radio and lecture platform -- now knows this younger sister of Jahawar Nehru, and there will be a certain amount of built-up interest in what she writes in this personal portrait of a Great House, in her record of the story of the Nehru family, united in their beliefs, sto and sacrifice. in a strict, protected, wealthy home, standards were not to change until Jahawar their father to the new movement. Then the father, giving up his practice, changed the level of their lives from luxury to simplicity, joined Jahawar in his devotion to the movement which entailed repeated arrests, prison term for the members of the family. Here are reminiscences of their experiences in jail, is Switzerland where they many notables, of the father's death, of Krishna's marriage to Raja, of the death of Jahawar's young wife, of the unexpected and terrible four-year sentence imposed on Nehru in 1940. Modest, often moving, in acceptance of of their in the struggle for India's freedom.

Pub Date: Aug. 30th, 1945
Publisher: John Day