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Husband of Man Mohini Zutshi.
Younger son of Krishna and G. P. Hutheesing.
Son of Uma and Shamlal Nehru.
Son of Nanalal Mehta, married Chandralekha Pandit in 1949. A Member of Indian Foreign Service. He was Ambassador to Mexico, 1974-79.
Husband of Rita Pandit. Joined Indian Foreign Service, 1947. He was Joint Secretary in Ministry of External Affairs in 1965.
Son of Rameshwari and Brijlal Nehru. He was an engineer and business executive and served as Director-General of All India Management Association, 1972-74. He was Secretary of Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund and Vice-Chairman of the Executive Council of Nehru Memorial Museum and Library Society, 1982-1995.
Eldest brother of Motilal Nehru. Joined government service and rose to the position of subordinate Judge.
Son of Nandrani and Nandlal Nehru.
Wife of Maharaj Bahadur Takru.
Son of Rameshwari and Brijlal Nehru. Entered I.C.S. in 1934. He was Ambassador to U.S.A., 1961-68. He was the Governor of Assam and Nagaland, 1968-73 and Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, 1981-84.
Son of Nandrani and Nandlal Nehru. He served in the Indian Finance Department.
Daughter of Lado Rani and Ladli Prasad Zutshi.
Eldest daughter of Vijaya Lakshmi and Ranjit Sitaram Pandit. She was imprisoned during the Quit India movement, 1942. She worked for the National Herald for sometime.
Husband of Janak Kumari.
Husband of Maharani Nehru.
Married Indira Nehru, 1942. Managing Director of Associated Journals Ltd. and publisher, National Herald. He was Member of Provisional Parliament, 1950-52, and Member of Lok Sabha, 1952-60.
Son of Maneka and Sanjay Gandhi. Member of Lok Sabha since 2009.
Known in the family as Raja, married Krishna Nehru, 1933. He was Member of the Socialist Party and Planning Advisor to the Ministry of Rehabilitation, 1947.
Father of Motilal Nehru. He was police officer in Delhi, from where he fled to Agra along with his family in 1857.
Husband of Nayantara.
Elder son of Krishna and G. P. Hutheesing.
Daughter of Kamala and Jawaharlal Nehru. Married Feroze Gandhi in 1942. She was the Prime Minister of India, 1966-77 and 1980-84.
Mother of Motilal Nehru.
Daughter of Lado Rani and Ladli Prasad Zutshi. She was an educationist, nationalist and a social worker.
Son of Swarup Rani and Motilal Nehru. He was the President of Indian National Congress, 1929, 1936, 1946 and 1951-54. He was the First Prime Minister of independent India, 1947-64.
Daughter of Tej Wanti and Biharilal Nehru, married to Pt. Triloki Nath Madan.
Daughter of Rajpati and Jawaharmul Kaul. Married Jawaharlal Nehru, 1916. She participated in the civil disobedience movement and was imprisoned, January 1931.
Wife of Mohanlal Nehru.
Son of Nandrani and Nandlal Nehru. He was Member of Indian Legislative Assembly, 1923-26. He served as Medical Superintendent, King George’s Medical College, Lucknow, 1936-40.
Married Chandra Kumari, 1927.
Youngest daughter of Swarup Rani and Motilal Nehru. Married G.P. Hutheesing. She was a writer.
Son of Bansi Dhar Nehru.
Son of Patrani and Lalji Prasad Zutshi. Married Lado Rani in 1897. He was a lawyer and Resident Trustee of Kamala Nehru Hospital, Allahabad.
Wife of Ladli Prasad Zutshi. Founded Women’s Conference in Allahabad. She was associated with Congress in Punjab and participated in the non-cooperation movement and civil disobedience movement.
Husband of Patrani, sister of Motilal Nehru.
Daughter of Tej Wanti and Biharilal Nehru.
Son of Maharani and Dwarka Nath Takru.
Sister of Motilal Nehru.
Daughter of Lado Rani and Ladli Prasad Zutshi. She was political and social worker.
Daughter of Amardeep Kaur and Tarlochan Singh Anand. She married Sanjay Gandhi, 1974. Elected Member of Lok Sabha, 1989-1991 and since 1996 till date. She is Union Cabinet Minister, Women and Child Development since May 2014.
Son of Tej Wanti and Biharilal Nehru.
Son of Nandrani and Nandlal Nehru. He was Manager of Independent.
Son of Indrani and Ganga Dhar Nehru. An eminent lawyer and Congress leader and Member of U.P. Legislative Council, 1909-19. He founded Swaraj Party along with C.R. Das in 1922 and was Member of Indian Legislative Assembly, 1923-30. He was Chairman of All Parties Conference Committee, 1928.
Brother of Motilal Nehru. He was lawyer of Allahabad High Court and Diwan of Khetri State in Rajputana.
Wife of Nandlal Nehru.
Younger daughter of Vijaya Lakshmi and Ranjit Sitaram Pandit. She is a distinguished author, novelist and political journalist. She served on the Jury of the Commonwealth Writers Prize in 1990 and 1991 and elected fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1990.
Daughter of Shivrajvati and Kishenlal Nehru.
Sister of Motilal Nehru.
Daughter of Sonia and Rajiv Gandhi, married Robert Vadra, 1997.
Son of Sonia and Rajiv Gandhi. Member of Lok Sabha since 2004 and Vice-President of Indian National Congress since 2013.
Son of Bansi Dhar Nehru.
Daughter of Kailash Prasad Kitchlew of Agra. Wife of Shri Shridhara Nehru.
Wife of Ratan Kumar Nehru. Political and social worker and member of Indian National Congress for 30 years. She was founder-member, Indian Council of Child Welfare, and Bharat Sewak Samaj. Led Indian delegation to U.N. Human Rights Commission, 1973-74.
Elder son of Indira and Feroze Gandhi. He was member of Lok Sabha, 1981–1991. President of Indian National Congress, 1985–1991 and the Prime Minister of India, 1984-1989.
Wife of Brijlal Nehru. A prominent social worker. She was the President of Women’s Committee of the Indian League, 1931-33 and one of the founders of All-India Women’s Conference.
Married Vijaya Lakshmi in 1921. He was a barrister, gave up practice to participate in the national movement and suffered imprisonment.
Son of Kamala and Mohanlal Nehru. Joined I.C.S. in 1925. He was Ambassador to Sweden, Denmark and Finland, 1949-52. He served as Foreign Secretary, Government of India, 1952-55, and Secretary-General, Ministry of External Affairs, 1960-63.
Youngest daughter of Vijaya Lakshmi and Ranjit Sitaram Pandit. She worked with Red Cross.
Daughter of Kamala and Mohanlal Nehru, married to Hariharnath Wanchu.
Husband of Shyama Mohini Zutshi.
Younger son of Indira and Feroze Gandhi. He was Member of Lok Sabha, 1980.
Elder daughter of Swarup Rani and Motilal Nehru. Diplomat and politician, she served as Ambassador to Soviet Union, 1947-49, and U.S.A., 1949-52. She was Member of Lok Sabha, 1952-54, 1964-68, and the first woman President of U.N. General Assembly, 1953-54.
Wife of Balwant Kumar Nehru.
Son of Nandrani and Nandlal Nehru. He took part in the non-cooperation movement and was jailed. He started The Democrat, a weekly newspaper from Allahabad in 1921.
Wife of Kishenlal Nehru. A member of U.P.P.C.C., suffered imprisonment during the national movement. She was Member of Lok Sabha, 1955-56, and U.P. Legislative Council, 1957-78.
Wife of Braj Kumar Nehru. Also known as Fory in the family.
Son of Bansi Dhar Nehru. Entered I.C.S., 1912 and was Member of Imperial Council of Agricultural Research in 1933 and Honorary President, International Union of Lawyers, Paris and Brussels.
Daughter of Uma and Shamlal Nehru, married to Abdul Jamil Khan. She became first woman Secretary, Vice-President and President, Allahabad University Union, 1924-28. She was member of Rajya Sabha, 1963-68.
Younger daughter of Lado Rani and Ladli Prasad Zutshi.
Daughter of Paola Predebon and Stefano Maino, married Rajiv Gandhi in 1968. She is the President of Indian National Congress, since March 1998 and Member of Lok Sabha since 1999. She is also Chairperson of Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund, United Progressive Alliance since 2004, Rajiv Gandhi Foundation and National Advisory Council, 2004-2006.
Wife of Motilal Nehru. She also participated in the civil disobedience movement, 1930-32.
Wife of Biharilal Nehru.
Wife of Shamlal Nehru. She was Member of Lok Sabha, 1952-62.
Daughter of Shivrajvati and Kishenlal Nehru. Vishnu Dutt: Husband of Vidya Nehru.
Husband of Vidya Nehru.