What Was Nehru's Contribution To India?


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Jawaharlal Nehru was India's first prime minister after
independence, Mahatma Gandhi's faithful followers, its cultivation has affected
India's Jawaharlal Nehru dynasty politics. Nehru in India to implement a basic
mixed socialist planned economy to the capitalist elements of economic policy,
modeled on the Soviet Union and the implementation of five-year plan, the reign
of Nehru, India's economic growth averaged 4% a year, more than when the United
States and other new Independent country's economic growth rate, but not as good
as Western Europe and other socialist countries, the growth rate. Nehru's
emphasis on the poor and the homeless to give the necessary social care, so the
high prestige of the people in India. Nehru led the reform of the ancient India,
China and France, maintenance of the widow's inheritance rights, reform of
Hinduism, from the legal abolition of the caste system. His domestic policy of
the four principles are: Democracy, socialism, unity and secularism. Nehru
firmly opposed to colonialism.

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