Pooja Gandhi biography is all about the life of a revolutionary woman. Born on October 7, 1983 at Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, India; she was known as Pooja Gandhi, wife of assassinated Indian freedom fighter, Mrs. Gandhi. She is the great-granddaughter of Indira Gandhi, the formidable leader of the freedom fighters during the Emergency period. She is also one of the youngest children of Gandhi, the youngest first lady of India.
Pooja’s great-grandfather was a petty thief and was branded as a terrorist by the British. His young wife, who was pregnant at the time, was gang raped and killed by the British on the orders of their prime minister, Neville Chamberlain. So passed her grandmother’s name to Pooja. This gave birth to Pooja Gandhi, who was brought up as the daughter of a common man, who was a leader of the masses in demanding for freedom.
Bra Size & Body Measurements
There are various controversies regarding the life of Pooja Gandhi, which forms the subject matter of this biographer’s work. The most significant controversy concerns her physical size and weight. As regards the size of the mother, the biographer claims that it is exaggerated; while other historians and researchers maintain that it is accurate. The discrepancies between the two accounts can be explained by the fact that there were no precise measurements available before independence. In any case, the current debate is nothing new to the reader, as it has already been covered by the many authors who have come after her.
Regarding the weight of Pooja, it is definitely correct that her mother was small in body, though she certainly did not appear that way in her appearance. It is estimated that the average weight of an independent women of 18 years of age was around 140 pounds. Considering the physical attributes of other Indian leaders of past and present, including such leaders as Nehru and Rajiv Gandhi, the conclusion that Pooja’s weight was exaggerated could hardly be supported by any reasonable evidence. On the other hand, the question of why her mother was small cannot be answered in any logical way.
Pooja Gandhi biography is not only notable for the details provided about her. It is also notable for the style with which she addressed her subjects. She took very good care of the affairs of her family, which paid her dividends later in her political career. She was not one of those women who abused power in any manner. She was a firm believer in democracy and an advocate of a peaceful revolution, which was based on nonviolence.
Pooja Gandhi biography is a unique contribution to the world of women’s history. It is a woman who refused to be limited by the size of her body. Instead, she strove to be known for her mind, her heart and her principles, and to live up to them even today. This book will go down as a classic in the history of women’s rights and freedom. A very moving account of a young woman’s struggle for freedom.