India's Prime Ministers List and His Introduction

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When our India country was liberated in 1947, for the first time Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the leader of Indian National Congress, was made the first Prime Minister of India.
At the same time, when our country was locked in slavery in the slavery, there were different kings in the country who used to make their own rules and regulations, which the rules had to be followed by the people.

At the same time, the first person could not choose his king as he wanted, according to first family dynasty, the king was chosen, as if his father was ruling, then his son was chosen as the successor after his death.

But, after independence, it was decided to unite the divided India in different parts and to select the Prime Minister for the same power in the country. In the Indian constitution, the Prime Minister has been described as the most important person in the country and government.

He is the Chief Advisor of the President, Leader of the Opposition Party in the Lok Sabha, the Chief Minister of the Council of Ministers, who are responsible for running the country's system in a systematic way, along with the Prime Minister also leads the Government of India's executive.

That is, in the Indian constitution, the Prime Minister has all the real powers, the Prime Minister is the head of the cabinet Cabinet in the Parliament, who has the complete right to make any changes in the Cabinet Cabinet Committee.

Whether the prime minister can make anybody a minister in his cabinet and disarm him with his post, while the President is just a nominal ruler.

At the same time, the prime minister is the head of the government, while the president is just the head of state. The Prime Minister is administered the oath of office and secrecy by the President.

It is essential for the Prime Minister to maintain a majority in the Lok Sabha, if the Prime Minister does not get a majority through the President, the government can fall in this situation.

India is the world's largest democratic Republic, after India's independence, from 1947 to 2019, there have been 15 full time Prime Ministers in India. Let us tell you that India's first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru took over the reins of the country for nearly 6 thousand 130 days as Prime Minister.

After this, the country's first woman Prime Minister Indira Gandhi ruled the country as PM for about 5,829 days, and after that, Dr. Manmohan Singh took over the responsibility of the post of Prime Minister for nearly 10 years or 3,665 days. was.

At the same time, after the tenure of Manmohan Singh, the responsibility of this important post in the country since the year 2014 is being handled by BJP's Narendra Modi.

Since the independence of the country, we have provided the names of all the Prime Ministers, their tenure and brief descriptions, till now, but before you look at this list

List of all Prime Ministers of India and Biography

Number - Prime Minister - Tenure - Political Party

  • Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru - 15 August 1947 - 27 May 1964 - Congress
  • Mr. Guljari Lalchanda - 27 May 1964 - 9 June 1964 - Congress
  • Sri Lal Bahadur Shastri - 9 June 1964 - 11 January 1966 - Congress
  • Mr. Guljari Lal Nanda - 11 January 1966 - 24 January 1966 - Congress
  • Mr. Mati Indiragandhi - 24 January 1966 - 24 March 1977 - Congress
  • Shri Morarji Desai - 24 March 1977 - 28 July 1979 - Janata Party
  • Mr. Charan Singh - 28 July 1979 - 14 January 1980 - Janata Party
  • Mr. Mati Indira Gandhi - 14 January 1980 - 31st October 1984 - Congress
  • Mr. Rajiv Gandhi - 31 October 1984 - 2 December 1989 - Janata Dal
  • Mr. VP Singh - 2 December 1989 - 10 December 1990 Janata Dal
  • Shri Chandra Shekhar - December 10, 1990 - June 21, 1991 - SP
  • Shri P.V. Narasimha Rao - 21 June -1991 - May 16, 1996 - Congress
  • Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee - May 16, 1996 - 1 June 1996 - BJP
  • Mr. HD Deve Gowda - 1 June 1996 - 21 April 1997 - Janata Dal
  • Shri Indra Kumar Gujral - 21 April 1997 - 19 March 1998 - Janata Dal
  • Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee - March 19, 1998 - October 13, 1999 - BJP
  • Atal Bihari Vajpayee - 13 October 1999 - 22 May 2004 - BJP
  • Manmohan Singh - 22 May 2004 - 26 May 2014 - Congress
  • Shri Narendra Modi - From 26th May 2014 to Present - BJP

Prime Ministers of India - List

1. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru - First Prime Minister of the country

  • Political Party - Congress
  • Tenure - From 15 August 1947 to 27 May 1964 (16 years, 286 days)
  • Born 14 November 1889, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh
  • Death May 27, 1964, New Delhi
  • Parents Swarooparani Nehru, Motilal Nehru
  • Wife Kamala Nehru
  • Daughter Indira Gandhi

Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, India's first Prime Minister is considered the architect of modern India. He was the master of a theoretical and idealistic image, who has influenced his influential personality on everyone.

They have played an important role in strengthening the foundation of India and like a true heroic saint of Bharat Mata, slave has fought a lot to get freedom for India. Pandit Nehru had great affection for children, due to which he celebrates his birthday as Baldish on 14th November.

When elections were held for the post of prime minister, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and Acharya Kriplani had received more votes, but on the say of Mahatma Gandhi, Pandit Nehru was made the Prime Minister and he was elected three times in the post of PM Were decorated. Pandit Nehru as Prime Minister -

  • India played an important role in strengthening economic growth.
  • Promote the development of science and technology in India.
  • The creation of non-partisan movement for peace and organization.
  • The Korean War, the Suez Canal resolved the dispute and made significant contributions to the Congo Agreement.


2. Mr. Gulzari Lal Chanda - India's first 'Interim Prime Minister' and second and fourth Career Prime Minister

  • Political Party - Indian National Congress
  • First term as Prime Minister - 27 May 1964-9 June 1964 (13 days)
  • Second term as prime minister - 11 January 1966 to 24 January 1966 (13 days)
  • Birth - 4th of July, 1898, Sialkot, Punjab, Pakistan
  • Parents - Ishwar Devi Nanda, Bulaku Ram Nanda
  • Wife Lakshmi devi
  • Death - January 15, 1998

Gulzari Lal Chanda was a great educationist and a great economist as well as being a great Indian politician. Served the country twice as the caretaker Prime Minister from the Congress Party Both times, his tenure as Prime Minister was 13-13 days.

For the first time Gulzari Lal Chanda Ji took over the post of Prime Minister after the death of Pandit Nehru in 1964, when the war with China ended in 1962, and for the second time in 1966, the death of Lal Bahadur Shastri After that he took over the post of PM, during that time the war with Pakistan was over in 1965, thus both times when the country was passing through a very difficult period, Gulzari Lal Chanda Ji took over the reins of the country and During acted peacefully extremely seriously.

He also played an important role in getting freedom to slave India. In the year 1921, he had participated in the Ahoyag movement, and he had to go to jail even in Mahatma Gandhi's Satyagraha movement. Apart from this, he also made considerable efforts to get the right to the working class.

3. Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri

  • Political Party - Indian National Congress
  • Tenure - 9 June 1964-11 January 1966 (1 year, 216)
  • Birth of 2 October 1904, Mughalsarai Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh
  • Parents Ram Dulari / Munshi Sharda Prasad Mr. Really
  • Wife Lalita Devi
  • Children 4 daughters, 2 daughters
  • Died January 11, 1966

Lal Bahadur Shastri was the second Prime Minister of the country, whose image remained as a true, honest and loyal leader. After Pandit Nehru's death, on 9th June 1964 Lal Bahadur Shastri was given the responsibility of the Prime Minister's post, given his great personality and talent. Lal Bahadur Shastri also played an important role in liberating slave India from the clutches of the British. He had played a key role in Gandhiji's non-cooperation movement, Quit India Movement and Dandi Yatra, while during this period, he had to go to jail several times.

Along with this, he encouraged the 'White Revolution' to increase the milk production in India. Lal Bahadur Shastri's slogan "Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan" was a very popular slogan.

Lal Bahadur Shastri was a follower of Mahatma Gandhi and he considered Pandit Nehru as his ideal. In the battle of Indo-Pak in the year 1965, Lal Bahadur Shastri held the country with utmost efficiency and guided the army with the guidance of the country's commendable leadership.

4. Mrs Indira Gandhi (India's first woman Prime Minister)

  • Political Party - Indian National Congress
  • Tenure - 24 January 1966 to 24 March 1977 (up to 11 years and 59)
  • Tenure - 14 January 1980 - until 31 October 1984 (4 years and 291 days)
  • Born 19 November, 1917, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh
  • Mother / father Kamala Nehru / Jawaharlal Nehru
  • Husband firoz gandhi
  • Son / Multi-Rajiv Gandhi / Sanjay Gandhi / Sonia Gandhi / Maneka Gandhi
  • Grandson / granddaughter - Rahul Gandhi / Varun Gandhi / Priyanka Gandhi
  • October 31, 1984 New Delhi

Indira Gandhi has the distinction of being the first woman Prime Minister of the country. He served his life as Prime Minister for a long time in India. At the age of just 12, he had a monkey army with some children. Together with the children, he also played an important role in India's freedom struggle.

In addition to being the Prime Minister of the country, he successfully led India in a war between the Indo-Pak war in 1971, and conquered India. As well as taking many commendable steps to improve relations with the neighboring countries. After that his popularity grew even more and his image became a clever political leader.

Apart from this, Indira Gandhi started many new schemes for the development of agriculture in the country. Indira Gandhi also played an important role in the country to eliminate the problem of unemployment and make the country self-reliant in grain production.

5. Shri Morarji Desai

  • Political Party - Janata Dal
  • Tenure - 24 March 1977 to 28 July 1979 (2 years, 126 days)
  • Born on 29th February, 1896, Bhadalee village, Gujarat
  • Wife gujrabain
  • Death April 10, 1995 (Delhi)

Morarji Desai, the great freedom fighter of India and the first non-Congress Prime Minister of Independent India who played an important role in ending the Emergency imposed by Indira Gandhi in the country. At the same time, he had made changes in several laws made by Indira Gandhi during the Emergency, and created many new rules that could not create emergency status in front of any government in the future.

Apart from this, Morarji Desai had also made several attempts to improve the relations of Indo-Pak. They were a peace loving person and were the first person in the country to have the highest honor of India, Bharat Ratna and Pakistan's highest honor "Mark-e-Pakistan "Was awarded.

6. Chaudhary Charan Singh

  • Political Party - Janta Party
  • Tenure - 28 July 1979 to 14 January 1980 (170 days)
  • Born 1896, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh
  • Father Chaudhary Mir Singh
  • Wife Gayatri devi
  • May 29, 1995, Delhi

Chaudhary Charan Singh served the country as the fifth Prime Minister. He served only 170 days as Prime Minister. But in such a short time, he did many commendable work to improve the situation of the farmers in the country. Chaudhary Charan Singh removed the Zamindari system and implemented the Land Reform Act.

At the same time, he had played an important role in the country's freedom struggle. Charan Singh played an important role in Gandhiji's "Civil Disobedience Movement", Dandi Yatra.

7. Mr. Rajiv Gandhi

  • Political Party - Indian National Congress
  • Tenure - 31 October 1984 to 2 December 1989
  • Birth 20 Aug, 1944, Bombay, Maharashtra
  • Parents Indira Gandhi, Feroz Gandhi
  • Brother Sanjay Gandhi
  • Nana / Nani Jawaharlal Nehru, Kamala Nehru
  • Wife Sonia Gandhi
  • Child Priyanka Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi
  • May 21, 1991

Rajiv Gandhi, who became Prime Minister at the age of 40, was the youngest Prime Minister of the country. He served his country as the ninth Prime Minister. He made a significant contribution in the creation of modern and technical India. Rajiv Gandhi had shown great enthusiasm in bringing the computer in India and promoted the Communication Revolution. In addition to this he had made considerable efforts to modernize the Indian administration and improved bilateral relations with the United States.

Rajiv Gandhi ji promoted education in the country and played an important role in controlling internal war in Kashmir and Punjab. With this, he had taken many important decisions for the country's interest and had put a lot of emphasis on youth development in the country.

8. Shri V.P. Singh - Vishwanath Pratap Singh

  • Political Party - Janata Dal
  • Tenure - 2 December 1989 to 10 November 1990 (343 days)
  • Born 25 June, 1931, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh
  • Father Raja Bahadur Rai Gopal Singh
  • Wife sita kumari
  • November 27, 2008

Vp Singh was an honest, loyal and diligent Prime Minister of India. Vp Singh also served as the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh. He had done many things to improve the situation of the poor in the country and had taken several steps for the upliftment of the lower castes in the Dalit. VP Singh was a politician who provided the Dalit and lower castes the opportunity to come to Indian politics.

However, after becoming Prime Minister, his image was not special, during his tenure, there was a dissatisfaction with the Kashmir issue in the country. At the same time, due to some of his wrong decisions, the problem of racism in the country has taken a terrible look. He could not lead the country in the right way as the Prime Minister.

9. Shri Chandra Shekhar

  • Political Party - Samajwadi Janata Party
  • Tenure - November 10, 1990 to June 21, 1991 (223 days)
  • Born July 1, 1927, Ibrahimpatti, UP
  • Died July 8, 2007, Delhi

Mr. Chandra Shekhar has made his identity as a strong Prime Minister, in a very short time he took over the difficult time of the country passing through difficult times and speeding up the country's development by taking the right decisions. He was an honest, skilled, intelligent and determined politician. By joining socialist movements, he did many commendable work for the people of the dalit and backward castes and took many important steps towards the right of the Dalits to get their right. He was an outspoken and influential speaker, who had raised social inequalities, social voices against caste discrimination, and raised issues related to rural areas through his speeches.

10. Shri P.V. Narasimha Rao- (Pamulaparthi Venkata Narasimha Rao)

  • Political Party - Indian National Congress
  • Tenure - 21 June 1991-16 May 1996 (4 years 330 days)
  • Born 28 June, 1921, Karim Nagar village, Hyderabad
  • Parents Rukmini Amma / P Ranga Rao
  • Wife Satyamma rao
  • December 23, 2004, Delhi

Shri P.V. Narasimha Rao was India's great freedom fighter, eminent lawyer and well-known politician, who made many positive changes in the country as Prime Minister. PV Narasimha Rao's image was an ideal and strong politician, he made many economic changes in India during his tenure of PM, so he is also known as the father of Indian economic reforms.

He started the International Monetary Fund Policy and reduced the scam of crores rupees in the bank. Many economic schemes implemented by PV Narasimha Rao were also continued by Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Dr. Manmohan Singh. PV Narasimha Rao had made Prime Minister Manmohan Singh an economic minister prior to improving the economy of the country.

Apart from this, he also showed considerable activity in the industrial sector about the termination of the license regime.

PV Narasimha Rao was the first Prime Minister of the Hindi-speaking area, the country formed from the southern region of India. Narasimha Rao also had a good knowledge of Sanskrit language, apart from this, he had great love from Indian civilization, culture, spiritual and religious roots too.

11. Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee

  • Political Party - Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)
  • First term - May 16, 1996 to June 1, 1996 (only 16 days of government)
  • Second term - March 19, 1998 - Until 22 May 2004 (6 years, 64 days)
  • Born December 25, 1924, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh
  • Parents Krishna Devi, Krishna Bihari Vajpayee
  • Dying August 16, 2018
  • Award - Bharat Ratna was awarded in 2014, Padma Bhushan was honored in 1992.

Former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee was the bright star of independent India's politics. Who had illuminated every round of politics. He was an idealist politician of a versatile talent, who used to behave in a manner discreet, his speech was very influential. There was a period when Wajepey used to speak, and the country's first Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, used to be enchanted by him.

In general, Atal Bihari Vajpayee has spent years in politics to set himself up in politics. He formed a BJP party in the parliamentary politics of 50 years and conveyed this party figures from 2 to 200. Vajpayeeji was the only politician who was elected MP from four separate states.

Even before the independence of the country, he was active in politics, and he also participated in the Quit India Movement with Mahatma Gandhiji in the fight for freedom and he had to go to prison several times. At the time of Vajpayee's government, 5 underground neuro-tests in Pokhran in Rajasthan played an important role in making India a nuclear power-rich country.

In addition, he worked on connecting the four main cities of the country, Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata and Mumbai, through the National Highway Development Project and improving the situation of the country's roads. He also contributed significantly to the economic reforms of the country and the development of rural India. Not only that during Kargil war and terrorist attacks, he led the country with his skillful strategies.


12. Shri HD Deve Gowda (Hardanahalli Dodedegovda Devgowda)

  • Political Party - Janata Dal (Secular)
  • Tenure - June 1, 1996 to April 21, 1997 (Government of 324 days)
  • Born May 18, 1933, Hardanahalli, Karnataka
  • Parents Devamma / Dostegovda
  • Wife Chhathmma devgowda

HD Deve Gowda was a Janata Party politician, who has led a skilled leadership as the Prime Minister of the country and also served as Chief Minister of Karnataka State. During the tenure of his PM, Devgowda made many beneficial schemes for the benefit of the farmers, along with many movements to give the farmers their right.

HD Deve Gowda had also imposed additional tax on many ministries including urban employment, food processing, planetary ministry, personnel petroleum and chemicals.

13. Shri Inder Kumar Gujral

  • Political Party - Janata Dal
  • Tenure - April 21, 1997 - March 19, 1998 (Government of 332 days)
  • Born December 4, 1919, Jhelum Punjab (current Pakistan)
  • Parents Pushpa Gujral / Avtar Narayan
  • Wife : Sheila Gujral
  • Death 30 November, 2012, Gurgaon, Haryana

Indra Kumar Gujral was a powerful politician of India, who took over the reins of the country as Prime Minister from his successful and efficient strategies. He was the third Prime Minister of India elected from the Rajya Sabha. Inder Kumar Gujral also played a key role in India's freedom struggle.

He also participated in the Quit India Movement in 1942. During the freedom struggle, he also suffered the torture of the jail. He resisted the signing of CTBT. At the same time, he had played an important role in strengthening relations with Pakistan.

14. Dr. Manmohan Singh

  • Political Party - Indian National Congress
  • Tenure - May 22, 2004 to May 16, 2014
  • Birth - September 26, 1932, Ghah, Pakistan
  • Parents - Amrit Kaur, Gurukul Singh
  • Wife: Gursharan Kaur

Manmohan Singh took over the reins of the country for ten years as the Prime Minister, he was the first Sardar Prime Minister of the country. During his tenure he strengthened the country's economic system and implemented Velu Aid Tax (VAT) and did a lot of work on industry policies. Simultaneously, Manmohan Singh has developed fiercely in banking and financial sector in the country. Therefore, he is also considered as the financial architect of India.

Manmohan Singh made strict laws against terrorism and developed fiercely in the field of education. In his secret, many educational institutions were opened. Manmohan Singh is quite famous for good understanding of economic and financial matters.


15. Shri Narendra Modi - Narendra Damodardas Modi

  • Mother / father - Hiraben Modi / Damodar Das Mulchand Modi
  • Political Party - Bhartiya Janta Party
  • Party BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party)
  • The post is the former Chief Minister of Gujarat. Since May 26, 2014, the Prime Minister of India has been continuously till now.
  • Tenure - May 16, 2014 to date
  • Born 1950

Narendra Modi ji is the world's most powerful and popular politician, who has won his historic victory in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections and the year 2019. Effective person of Narendra Modi ji and outspoken style of style affects everyone. He has faced all the struggles in his life.

He started his political career with the RSS from the National Independent Association (RSS) and today he is in the prime minister's post due to his strong determination. As prime minister, he has done many important works for the country. He has launched all schemes keeping the people of every section of the society in mind and has taken many historical decisions like ban on bars and corruption to eliminate poverty and corruption from the country.

Along with this, he has also developed his identity as a Global Leader; he is the first Prime Minister of India born in an independent India who has made the most foreign visits and has played an important role in strengthening India's relations with other countries. Therefore, today the world is convinced of Modi's diplomacy. Author Manisha Dubey JhaDear Reader, My name is Manisha Dubey Jha. I have been blogging for 3 years and through the Fast I have been giving important educational content as far as possible to the reader. Hope you like everyone, please share your classmate too. As a literature person, I am very passionate about reading and participating in my thoughts on paper. So what is better than adopting writing as a profession? With over three years of experience in the given area, I am making an online reputation for my clients. If any mistakes or wrong in the article, please suggest us @ [email protected]

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