THE GLORY HAS DEPARTED<br />JAWAHARLAL NEHRU<br />18TH JULY 2011<br />I BA ECONOMICS<br />V HOUR<br />SPIC HALL<br />BY<br...
CONTEXT<br /><ul><li>DEATH OF GANDHI
NEHRU PAYS TRIBUTE TO GANDHI
IN THE PARLIAMENT</li></li></ul><li>MAIN POINTS 1<br />Nehru pays tribute to Gandhi<br />In the parliament homage to Gandh...
Main points 2<br />No words of praise for Gandhi<br />Even when he was alive he was praised<br />Tributes came from all ov...
Main points 3<br />Analogy to Gandhi’s death<br />He compares it with sunset<br />Gandhi a divine fire<br />Gandhi lives i...
Main points 4<br />Not worthy to praise him<br />Words wont do<br />Deeds are important<br />Face not losing smile<br />Su...
Main points 5<br />Future will judge the people<br />Darkness for the moment<br />But hearts are ignited<br />Following hi...
Main points 6<br />Greatest symbol of India in the past and future<br />Dangerous edge of the present<br />Lack of faith<b...
Main points 7<br />Great in life<br />Greater in death<br />We mourn him always<br />Gandhi wont like it<br />No tears eve...
Main points 8<br />Not an isolated act of madman<br />Atmosphere of violence<br />Face the atmosphere<br />Combat it<br />...
Main points 9<br />Government will tackle violence<br />If they cant they are not worthy to stay in government<br />Not wo...
Main points 10<br />Sense of desolate and forlorn<br />Sense of proud<br />
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  1. 1. THE GLORY HAS DEPARTED<br />JAWAHARLAL NEHRU<br />18TH JULY 2011<br />I BA ECONOMICS<br />V HOUR<br />SPIC HALL<br />BY<br />S.NEHRU<br />
  2. 2. CONTEXT<br /><ul><li>DEATH OF GANDHI
  3. 3. NEHRU PAYS TRIBUTE TO GANDHI
  4. 4. IN THE PARLIAMENT</li></li></ul><li>MAIN POINTS 1<br />Nehru pays tribute to Gandhi<br />In the parliament homage to Gandhi<br />Nehru accepts his failure<br />He questions whether he is fit to pay tribute<br />He says about his governments failure<br />He expresses sense of shame<br />
  5. 5. Main points 2<br />No words of praise for Gandhi<br />Even when he was alive he was praised<br />Tributes came from all over the world<br />He was extraordinary<br />How to praise? <br />
  6. 6. Main points 3<br />Analogy to Gandhi’s death<br />He compares it with sunset<br />Gandhi a divine fire<br />Gandhi lives in the hearts of Indians<br />He lives everywhere<br />He lives ever<br />In the hearts of millions <br />
  7. 7. Main points 4<br />Not worthy to praise him<br />Words wont do<br />Deeds are important<br />Face not losing smile<br />Suffered for the failings of his generation<br />
  8. 8. Main points 5<br />Future will judge the people<br />Darkness for the moment<br />But hearts are ignited<br />Following his path will illumine<br />
  9. 9. Main points 6<br />Greatest symbol of India in the past and future<br />Dangerous edge of the present<br />Lack of faith<br />Sense of frustration<br />Sinking of the heart and of the spirit<br />This period will pass<br />Express of hope<br />
  10. 10. Main points 7<br />Great in life<br />Greater in death<br />We mourn him always<br />Gandhi wont like it<br />No tears even when his closest died<br />Mourning is not proper homage<br />Dedication<br />Work<br />Sacrifice <br />
  11. 11. Main points 8<br />Not an isolated act of madman<br />Atmosphere of violence<br />Face the atmosphere<br />Combat it<br />Overcoming it<br />
  12. 12. Main points 9<br />Government will tackle violence<br />If they cant they are not worthy to stay in government<br />Not worthy to be his followers<br />Even we don’t deserve to praise<br />Think of him in terms of work sacrifice and fighting evil<br />
  13. 13. Main points 10<br />Sense of desolate and forlorn<br />Sense of proud<br />
  14. 14. The end<br />

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