Jawaharlal Nehru was born (1889-1964) in Allabhad and was educated in England, going to school at Harrow and later studying law at Trinity College, Cambridge. On returning to India in 1912, he practised law and got married to Kamala Kaul. They had one daughter – Indira Gandhi (who would later succeed her father as Prime Minister of India). Jawaharlal Nehru was an Indian nationalist who campaigned for Indian Independence. Under the tutelage of Gandhi, Nehru became India’s first Prime Minister after India gained independence in 1947. Nehru held this position until his death in 1964.