Rajiv Gandhi birth Anniversary: Some Unknown Fact and Rear Photo of Indian Youngest Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi

    Rajiv Gandhi is the Indian youngest prime minister of India. This is the 76th birth anniversary of the Indian 6th prime minister of India. Rajiv Gandhi was born in 20th August 1948. After death of Grandfather Johorlal Naharu and mother Sonia Gandhi Rajiv Gandhi takes responsibility as Indian prime minister in the age of 40 from 1984 to 1989.

    Rajiv Gandhi is the one of most popular youngest politician of INC (Indian National Congress). However he is the professional jet pilot. However the end of the former prime minister is unexpected. In 1991 21st may Rajiv Gandhi was killed by a bomb blast in a concern in Tamilnaru. Even today, the sudden loss of his death hurts everyone. This day (20 Aug) is celebrated every year in term of ‘Sadbhavana Divas’ or Harmony Day.

    Some Unknown Fact and Rear Photo of Indian Youngest Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi……

    Former Indian Prime minister Rajiv Ratna Gandhi was born in 20th August 1948 in Mumbai Maharashtra.

    Rajiv Ratna Gandhi is the elder son of Feroze Gandhi and Indira Gandhi and his bather is late Sanjay Gandhi who death in 1944.

    He completed schooling from Welham Boys’ School, Dehradun and Doon School. Initially he studied engraining from Trinity College, Cambridge and Imperial College London. However he did not completed any degree.

    Rajiv returns in Indian in 1966 and married to Edvige Antonia Albina Màino in 1968 who changed her name Sonia Gandhi.

    They have two children Rahul and Prinka Gandhi.

    “Rajiv Gandhi was a man with a tremendous vision, far ahead of his times. But above all else, he was a compassionate and loving human being. I am incredibly lucky and proud to have him as my father. We miss him today and every day.” Rahul Gandhi Twitted on his father birth Anniversary.

    Initially Rajiv Gandhi not interested join in politics.

    Rajiv Gandhi is posthumously awarded Bharat Ratna in 1991.

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