Got a chance to interview Mr. Naresh Gujral and got to know the story of Mr. Inder Kumar Gujral, His father in the Freedom Movement, His brother, and the story of their bloodshed in Partition 1947.

In collaboration with the former Indian Prime Minister’s son,
Mr. Inder Kumar Gujral’s son, Mr.Naresh Gujral: is a former Rajya Sabha Member of Parliament from Punjab.

Also, a great designer whose design was once worn by a member of the Royal British Family, Lady Daina, the wife of Prince Charles.

Went to his official house, where we had a lovely chat about The Gujral Doctrine: a set of five principles to regulate India’s international relations with its near neighbors, as well as the problems his family experienced in 1947.

His father, Mr. Inder Kumar Gujral, was India’s 12th Prime Minister, Minister of External Affairs, Finance Minister, and Soviet Ambassador and freedom activist.

His grandfather, Avtar Narain Ji Gujral, was a key figure in the independence movement. Mr. Avtar Narain Ji Gujral was a Member of Parliament in mordern day Pakistan who moved to India following the partition. He and his wife saved many individuals from the carnage of partition and established Nari Neeketan for ladies who had been abandoned by their families during division. He had been imprisoned for the first time during the liberation movement.
Many times after that, under Lala Lajpat Rai’s leadership.
Under Gandhi and Nehru’s leadership,

His uncle, the renowned Satish Gujral, was a post-independence Indian painter, sculptor, muralist, and writer.
He was awarded the Padma Bhushan, India’s second-highest civilian honor. 
The painting of Lala Lajpat Rai in the Central Hall of the Indian Parliament as well as The Belgian embassy in Delhi has also been designed.
by him.

Thank you, sir, for facilitating this insightful conversation.