JAWAHARLAL NEHRU’S VISION
Nehru’s Contribution
For a time, during the heady years just after World War II, Nehru attained a
kind of oracular status. His pronouncements were universally reported; his
travels to Western capitals were almost regal processions; his writings were
widely admired. Nehru was truly a world figure. He seemed to symbolise the
promise of newly liberated nations     and personify the potential of India—