Jawaharlal Nehru was born in a brothel. This Nehru family, which describes itself as a Kashmiri Pandit, is actually a 'birth of Muslims'. Isn't Nehru the surname of someone else in the world? Actually, Nehru's grandfather's name was Ghiyasuddin Ghazi who used to work in the court of the Mughals. And this Nehru family not came from Kashmir but from Afghanistan.
You must have also heard such things about the country's first PM Jawaharlal Nehru, because these days the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty is fiercely wrapped up in political battles. Actually, these dynasties have also been the center of Indian politics, so it is important to know the reality about them. So let's start.
This is the early years of the 18th century. When the country was ruled by the Mughals. Just as Delhi is the center of the country today, similarly in that period, the court of Delhi used to be the center of governance. At that time the throne was ruled by Emperor Farrukhsiyar. The same emperor, who in 1717 allowed the British East India Company to live and trade inside the Mughal Empire. Farrukhsiyar ruled from 1713 to 1719. A Kaul family also lived in Kashmir in those days. The head of which was Raj Narayan Kaul. In 1710, he wrote a book on the history of Kashmir - Tarikh Kashmir. The fame of this book reached the Mughal emperor. At that time, Kings used to keep educated people in big positions in their court. Due to this, he invited Raj Narayan Kaul to come to Delhi and settle here.
Raj Narayan left Kashmir and reached Delhi. Farrukhsiyar gave him a mansion and a mansion in Chandni Chowk as a reward. Almost two years after this, Farrukhsiyar passed away. The one who called Raj Narayan to Delhi was killed. But his given mansion remained with Raj Narayan. The story of this mansion is very interesting. Because it is associated with this mansion, the secret of the Kaul family turning into the Nehru family. Actually, a canal flowed near this mansion. Often in our country, people in villages identify someone's family with the things around them, as if there is a well in someone's house, then people start calling it a well. Many other Kashmiris also lived in the area where Raj Narayan Kaul used to live in Chandni Chowk. Due to the mansion on the banks of the canal, they started calling Raj Narayan Kaul's family as 'Kaul Nehru'. He was the grandson of Raj Narayan, Mausa Ram Kaul and Saheb Ram Kaul. Mosa Kaul and Lakshmi Kaul gave birth to Gangadhar Nehru, who was farther of Motilal Nehru and grandfather of Jawaharlal Nehru.