NCERT English chapter 2 Nelson Mandela Long Walk to Freedom is the autobiography of former South African President Nelson Mandela. It includes the famous quotes and speeches made by Mandela during his struggle against apartheid. This lesson provides an overview of Mandela's efforts to protect society from discrimination based on skin colour, caste, race, age, and sex.
Nelson Mandela's "Desire for Freedom" is about the freedom struggle in South Africa. Born in the year 1918, Mandela became the first South African president who got democratically elected. On May 10, 1994, Nelson Mandela was sworn in as the first black president of South Africa. Mandela thanked all the distinguished guests in his speech. Mandela assured his country's people that their country would never suffer the same repression as it had before.
South Africa has established a democratic system and has established a non-discriminatory government. He believes that freedom is also mandatory for people who suppressed others in the past. They are also entitled to it because those who attack the freedom of others are its prisoners. Therefore, the oppressor is the same prisoner as the oppressed. The oppressor is not free.
He also talked about the two obligations a person has- one towards his family and the second towards his nation. Mandela also regretted the deaths of those who had fallen victims to fighting against apartheid. He grieved not being able to thank them for their sacrifices. Mandela was of the view that no one is born hating another man, and all individuals can be taught to love and respect each other. Through English chapter 2 Nelson Mandela: The long journey to freedom, we learnt that brave people are not people who do not feel fear, but people who care about this fear.
English First Flight
|Chapter 1 A Letter to God||Nelson Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom||Chapter 3 Two Stories about Flying|
|Chapter 4 From the Diary of Anne Frank||Chapter 5 The Hundred Dresses – I||Chapter 6 The Hundred Dresses – II|
|Chapter 7 Glimpses of India||Chapter 8 Mijbil the Otter||Chapter 9 Madam Rides the Bus|
|Chapter 10 The Sermon at Benares||Chapter 11 The Proposal|
Footprints Without Feet
|Chapter 1 A Triumph of Surgery||Chapter 2 The Thief’s Story||Chapter 3 The Midnight Visitor|
|Chapter 4 A Question of Trustk||Chapter 5 Footprints without Feet||Chapter 6 The Making of a Scientist|
|Chapter 7 The Necklace||Chapter 8 The Hack Driver||Chapter 9 Bholi|
|Chapter 10 The Book that Saved the Earth|
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