Sunday, August 10, 2014

Indian leaders Unforgettable Speeches:

Lately, the country's seat of power and its hallowed portals are more in the news for lawmakers' disorderly behaviour, constant disruption of proceedings, shouting matches, near-brawls and, on the odd occasion, members even catching up with their sleep while laws are being made.

But it wasn't always so.

India's Parliament, from the time the country breathed free on August 15, 1947, has seen many an upheaval, echoed many a laugh, reverberated with applause, and seen remarkable exchange of ideas.

Things were not always unparliamentary. Manners were impeccable, debates decent, and speeches sparkling. To be fair, though, every now and then, members surprise us with their friendly, gentle demeanour and also with their enlightening discourses.

There have been some remarkable speeches made on the floor of the House through the ages. Many of these speeches will continue to enthrall successive generations. From the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi to former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, our leaders have held us spellbound on numerous issues -- ranging from national interest, security, unity, and everything in between.

Here are ten select speeches by Indian leaders in Parliament and elsewhere: these are memorable because of the message of patriotism, spirituality and honesty they dwell on. They also underscore the sacrifice of the founding fathers of this great nation. Check them out.

Father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi's speech recorded in Kingsley Hall, London in 1931. 

Father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi's speech recorded in Kingsley Hall, London in 1931.

Dr. BR Ambedkar, the principal architect of the Indian Constitution, addressing the Constituent Assembly in the Parliament in 1946.

Former PM Indira Gandhi's last speech, addressing a rally in Orissa in 1984.

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose addressing India and East Asia. (Location unknown)

Iron Man of India, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel’s address to the nation on the first anniversary of Independence on August 16, 1948.

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