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#KamalaNehru – An Unfortunate Soul who never found solace in her husband.
I have compiled this thread from Nehru family’s adopted daughter Sagarika Ghose’s book Indira – India’s Most Powerful Prime Minister.
If fake feminists or NG Dynasty lickers have any problems, take it with
@sagarikaghose @sardesairajdeep @rahulgandhi or @priyankagandhi

On Kamala Nehru's birth anniversary, I’m sharing, how a Hindi speaking woman Kamala Kaul was MIS-treated by Foreign Loving Nehru family and the reaction of helpless daughter Indira Priyadarshini.
Irony is what Indira saw Vijayalakshmi do to Kamala, she did the same to Maneka.
Kamala came into a smart, English-speaking, westernized household, herself raised in a traditional Kashmiri family from Old Delhi, not fluent in English, speaking only Hindi, unfamiliar with
English-style fine dining or the use of cutlery. She was often insulted and ignored for not being sophisticated, or witty and socially adept.
Jawaharlal Nehru hated his wife because she didn’t know how to eat in Western Style, this psycho became our Prime Minister…
Vijayalakshmi and Swarup Rani, both possessively adoring of Jawaharlal, were not kind to Kamala; instead they were openly condescending and rude. Once when plans were being made to watch an English movie, the family did not invite Kamala, commenting loudly that she would not be
able to understand English. A frail, young, introverted yet proud,obstinate Kamala was pushed into bewildered misery, left alone to face the insults as her husband remained preoccupied & her sister-in-law and mother-in-law competed with her for his limited time and attention.
Vijayalakshmi had always shared a special bond with her brother. They went riding together, read poetry to each other, and for Vijayalakshmi, Kamala was an interloper, an unwanted, unsophisticated outsider who had taken her place at her brother’s side. Pupal Jayakar, who had
been Indira’s friend since they were both girls in Allahabad, writes,’Both Kamala and Indira felt cruelly excluded by the brilliance and good looks that set her father and Vijayalakshmi apart in the admiring glances of people… she [Indira] had been driven into herself by
feelings of inferiority, feelings which remained with her all her life.’ Not only did Vijayalakshmi make her possessive love for her brother and scorn for her brother’s wife plain but her destructive and hurtful words changed Indira forever.
Infact, When Indira was fourteen she
overheard her aunt calling her ‘ugly and stupid’, The remark shattered something within me commented Indira years later & even a fortnight before her death the remark remained fresh in her memory. She never forgot those words, nor forgave her aunt & bided her time for revenge.
Indira’s hatred never did abate. In 1970 when Prime Minister Indira Gandhi decided to give Anand Bhawan to the Jawaharlal Nehru Trust,Indira denied her aunt permission to stay at the ancestral home one last time. She also did not invite her aunt 2 her younger son Sanjay Gandhi’s
Usually, the neglected Kamala was taken care by Indira Priyadarshini, While Kamala’s emotional anguish began to take a toll on her health, Indira learned how to score over intimate enemies at home, taking the blows of family jealousies on the chin. She was often angry
at her father for neglecting her mother. ‘Do you know what happens at home when you are absent?’ she would write angrily to Jawaharlal. ‘Do you know that when Mummy was in a very bad condition the house was full of people, but not even one of them went to see her or sit a while
with her when she was in agony & there was no one to help her, there is some danger in Mummy being left to herself.’ She never forgave Jawaharlal for his treatment of Kamala. The grudge she bore would surface as rebellion against her father when it came to her decision 2 marry.
She became determined to avoid the same fate as her mother. ‘I saw her being hurt, and I was determined not to be hurt,’ she said later. ‘I loved her deeply and when I thought she was being wronged, I fought for her and quarreled with people.’ My mother had a special role in
my life,’ she said, ‘she had a very strong character and made a very deep impression.’
In her later years it was Kamala Nehru’s portrait that hung next to Indira Gandhi’s bed, not Jawaharlal’s.
We all are aware about Nehru’s BedVentures, but when Kamala produced a girl for him,
it was the end of the road with Kamala and Indira, she was the girl-boy, Indu-boy for him.
Nehru gave her a sense of inadequacy for not being bright enough and Indira seems to have spent a larger part of her life trying to prove to Nehru what a “boy” she was. Nehru must have
been so obsessed with the idea of a son that his daughter felt the need to sign her letters as “From your loving Indu boy”.
Before closing, introducing other side of 1st Prime Minister… and WOKE Feminists, anything to say for this statement by yours sincerely Nehru..
He went to the extent of mocking a person, who was alluding to a man having an affair with Kamla Nehru, brushing it off as “Look at her. Would someone want to have an affair with her?”
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