Priyanka Gandhi was born on 12-01-1972 in Delhi, India. She is an Indian Politician.
Early life and family
Priyanka Gandhi completed her schooling from the Modern School and Convent of Jesus & Mary. She started her graduation in Psychology from Jesus and Mary College, University of Delhi. She was born to Sonia and Rajiv Gandhi. She has an elder brother icon called Rahul Gandhi. Former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was her grandmother. Jawaharlal Nehru was her great-grandfather. She is married to Robert Vadra in 1997 and the couple has had a son named Raihan and daughter Miraya.
Priyanka Gandhi Vadra is a major Indian politician from the Nehru-Gandhi family. She has been linked with the Indian National Congress for years. She is also the trustee of Rajiv Gandhi Foundation. She has gone to Modern School and later Convent of Jesus & Mary for her schooling. She took Jesus and Mary College at New Delhi for her graduation in Psychology. Born in a political family, she has learned and developed political knowledge. She started giving the political speeches when she was merely 16 or 17 years old.
She is often seen assisting her mother and brother with the political rallies. She regularly goes Amethi and Rae Bareilly constituencies and had talked with the local people. She is highly good at gathering the crowd with her speeches. She has become an important personality in the region and also at the national level. The political slogan ‘Amethi ka Danka, Bitiya Priyanka’ is popular in Amethi constitution. She acted as a campaign organizer for her mother in Indian general election, 2004 while her brother managed the state level campaign. She served for Amethi-Rae Bareilly region’s 10 seats and spent 2 weeks there for solving the infighting happening within the party members for allocation of the seats.
She finds her mother as an inspiration and best politician. She has played ambiguous and not an active role in politics, as she believed that the people are strong pull and not the politics, allowing her to do things for people without actively participating in politics.