Born in 1917, Indira Priyadarshini was referred to as ‘a child of revolution’ by her father Jawaharlal Nehru. Brought up in a tumultuous era of Indian nationalism, she was destined for a life in politics.
Indira, a shy, reclusive girl, whom her opponents called ‘Ghungi Gudiya’ (dumb doll), went on to become the Prime Minister of the world’s largest democracy and a major leader in global politics.
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