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He completed his course in medicine in Argentina. But, by the age of 27, he had become restless over widespread poverty and huge gap between the rich and poor.
Che Guevara got attracted towards Marxism and was convinced only an armed revolution could bring equality in the world. It was also the same time when Fidel Castro was engineering the Cuban socialist revolution. Two soon formed a team.Keshto Mukherjee & Tabassum - Best Comedy Scene @ Bachpan - Sanjeev Kumar, Tanuja
As an associate of Fidel Castro, Che Guevara was readily accepted by his Cuban followers of the communist revolutionary. Che Guevara traveled to India the same year.
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Che Guevara arrived in India on June The meeting with Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru took place the next day. Nehru had invited Che Guevara over lunch.
Reports suggest that besides Nehru, Indira Gandhi and her both sons - Rajiv and Sanjay - also attended the lunch. Formal diplomatic talks took place for about an hour between the Che Guevara and Nehru. The two leaders agreed to opening of diplomatic missions in each other's countries.
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In his report to Fidel Castro, Che Guevara wrote, "Nehru received us with an amiable familiarity of a patriarchal grandfather.
She extends her arm to receive it; he doesn't give it to her. Fidel just keeps smiling mysteriously. Then, before she knows it, Fidel draws the petite Indira towards him and proceeds to embrace her in a giant bear hug. Then he gives her the gavel.
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The very formal and very reserved Indira is taken aback, but she smiles gamely and extricates herself quickly but gracefully. Cameras whirr and flash. The heads of states and representatives of countries present erupt with applause. The next day the whole world sees the photograph. It becomes an enduring symbol of countries thumbing their noses at the US and at Russia, the two Cold War protagonists Nobody really knows what prompted that hug.
When socialist revolutionary Che Guevara met Nehru and became a fan of Krishna
One theory is that Delhi hosted such a magnificent summit despite all odds and Fidel was very impressed. After all, he had picked India, after the scheduled summit in Baghdad in had to be cancelled once the Iran-Iraq war began. India hadn't even offered to host the summit. Many other countries including Indonesia and Yugoslavia had, former foreign secretary K Nat war Singh recalled in his memoir 'Walking with Lions.
Video source" AP via youtube Another theory behind the embrace is that Fidel, who had come to Indira's aid earlier that day, was on a high after a job well done.