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About Narendra Modi’s Untold Story

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Bharathi Pradeep
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10 amazing facts about our beloved Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Untold Story

  1. Teenager Narendra Modi assisted and helped soldiers during the 1965 Indo-Pak War. When the train would arrive at the station he would rush with hot glasses of masala tea and thank them for their services.
  2. He became a solo traveller in his adolescent years. He visited multiple places on his own including meeting ancient sadhus in the Himalayas.
  3. Modi has gathered millions of people around the world who look up to him. 
  4. Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan for the first time ever tweeted in English. Congratulating Modi asking for better friendship than diplomacy.
  5. He wrote poetry and enjoyed photography in his early 20’s. He also held an exhibition to showcase his photography skills.
  6. He participated in several plays in his school days. 
  7. Once Narendra brought home a baby crocodile. He was extremely brave in his school days. 
  8. Narendra Modi is among the four people who are followed by the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Twitter.
  9. Narendra Modi undertook a three-month course in the United States. There he studied image management and public relations.
  10. Throughout his service as the Chief Minister of Gujarat, he didn’t take any leave. He propagates a similar philosophy to all his subordinates till date.​

Modi’s Biography

  1. PM Narendra Modi, in his childhood, used to assist his father at his tea stall at the local railway station. He participated in a lot of plays while still in school and performed a play to earn money to fix a damaged wall at the age of 13 or 14 years.
  2. When he was 8, Modi discovered about the RSS and started attending its sessions. Here, he met Lakshmanrao Inamdar who later became his mentor and inducted him as a junior cadet in the organisation.
  3. He later became a full-time campaigner or the pracharak of RSS before he was attached to the BJP in 1985.
  4. When Narendra Modi was appointed as the Chief Minister of Gujarat in 2001 he was not a member of the state legislative assembly.
  5. Narendra Modi is also the first Indian Prime Minister born after the country’s Independence.
  6. He is the first Indian Prime Minister after Indira Gandhi to earn a clear majority for a second consecutive term.
  7. PM Modi was ranked 15th on Forbes Magazine’s list of most powerful people in 2014.
  8. With more than 6 million followers on Twitter and an equally huge following on Facebook, Narendra Modi is definitely one of the most popular politicians that India has ever seen. The 14th Indian PM is equally popular as a figure internationally as well.
  9. PM Narendra Modi is also fond of writing poems and photography. He writes in his mother language Gujarati and has also written some books. He loves to click pictures and is very passionate for photography. The collection of photographs clicked by him have also been displayed in an exhibition.
  10. As the Chief Minister of Gujarat, Narendra Modi did not take a single day off in 13 years of service and is known to never have had more than 3 people in his personal staff.

PM Narendra Modi, on his 72nd birthday, is scheduled to release three Cheetahs being brought from Nambia into the quarantined enclosures of Kuno Park in Madhya Pradesh, marking a re-entry of the species in the Indian landscape after decades. The followers and BJP workers have organised several events to celebrate his birthday today. Wishes have poured in from many politicians from India and across the world, including President Droupadi Murmu, Rahul Gandhi and Russian President Vladimir Putin.


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Bharathi Pradeep
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Editor at Bharathi covers topics on Competitive exams, How To guides, Current exams, Current Affairs, Study Materials, etc. Follow her on social media using the links below.

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