Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru views on democratic socialism
Dr. Ashok Uttam Chothe
As a thinker he was passionately devoted to democracy and individual liberty this made it inconceivable for him to turn a comrade. He had confidence in man and love for enterprise Dynamism and dynamic were his most loved words. This loaned to his communism a dynamic character. He trusted that communism is more logical and valuable in the financial scene. It depends on logical strategies for endeavoring to comprehend the history, the past occasions and the laws of the improvement. He pursued it, since it can persuade us the reasons of neediness, worldwide clash and government. He understood that Laissez Faire was dead and the group must be composed to build up social and financial justice. Numerous variables contributed for the development of Democratic Socialism in the brain of Nehru. In England he was dubiously pulled in to the Fabians and Socialistic Ideas. When he took an interest in national development these thoughts again blended the coals of Socialistic Ideas in his mind this enthusiasm for communism principally got from books not from the immediate contacts with the wretchedness and misuse of poor by the rich. When he straightforwardly comes into contact with neediness of workers he felt that unimportant political opportunity was inadequate and without social flexibility individuals could gain no ground without social opportunity.