30 Interesting Facts about Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Narendra Damodardas Modi is the fourteenth Prime minister of the world’s largest democracy, India. He is considered as a standout amongst the best self-made political leaders in the world. Modi was born on September 17, 1950. He is the third child (out of six) of Damodardas Mulchand (father) and Heeraben Modi (mother). His family does not have any political connection, so he has no political roots, whatever he has earned till today that shows his willpower and dedication. Here we are pointing out some interesting facts about Narendra Modi – the 14th Prime Minister of India.

Interesting Facts about Narendra Modi:

  1. He is the first Prime Minister who was born in Independent India. All of the thirteen Prime Ministers were born before the independence of India (Before 1947).
  1. He worked as a volunteer to the India armed force at the railway stations during the Indo-Pak war of 1965. He additionally helped the flood victims in Gujarat in 1967.
  1. Narendra Modi is considered as India’s most techno-smart political leader. He stays active with social networking sites including Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Instagram and through other platforms.

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  1. Modi is enamored with cleanliness and he has launched a mission – “Swacch Bharat Mission” to spread the awareness with cleanliness among the masses. He once quoted in one of his mobilizes – “Build toilets before temples “.
  1. Narendra Modi’s father had a tea-stall at the Vadnagar Railway Station in Gujarat and Narendra Modi as Kid, regularly loaned his hands in offering tea at the station. Narendra Modi has also point out it in many speeches.
  1. During his childhood, Narendra Modi imagined to serve in the Indian Army. He needed to ponder in Sainik School found close-by Jamnagar however could not join in light of the fact that there was no cash to pay the expenses.

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  1. Narendra Modi has not shared his official residence with his family members, when he was the Chief Minister of Gujarat or now as a Prime Minister of India.
  1. He is the follower of Swami Vivekananda.
  1. PM Modi loves to write poems in Gujarati language and like to click photographs.
  1. He has left the home at the age of 17. After that, he visited across India and connected to different people and diverse cultures of India. During this time, he spent almost two years at Himalayas with sanyasi and sadhu. nao 8
  1. Modi can talk well in Gujarati and Hindi, while not fluent in English but that does not change the fact that he is a superb speaker.
  1. He has done Image Management and Public Relations course of three months in United States.

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  1. He comes from a poor family, which he has also stated in his speeches. His mother used to wash utensils at houses for additional cash.
  1. Modi was just allowed a US visa only, when he is selected as the Prime Minister of India. The US government had before denied him a Visa for a long time for his inability to stop the common uproars in Gujarat.
  1. Modi’s fashion decisions have constantly drawn media consideration. He is not fond of branded cloths. He generally purchases the cloths from ‘Jade Blue’, which is an Ahmedabad based material organization.

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  1. Modi is frequently called a Hindu Patriot. He is outstanding for his adoration for Hinduism. In any case, not very many know about his affection for Buddhism too. The purpose behind his proclivity towards these religions is his origin Vadnagar, both these religions-Hinduism and Buddhism have been thriving there since hundreds of years.
  1. He joined BJP in 1987, that year when BJP won Ahmedabad Municipal Election and from that point forward it never lost the Municipal Election in Ahmedabad. In the Ahmedabad Municipal Election of the year 2000, BJP lost, amusingly, Narendra Modi was outside of Gujarat around then.
  1. The individuals who have faith in crystal gazing may get a kick out of the chance to realize that Modi’s moon sign is Scorpio, and sun sign is Virgo.
  1. Narendra Modi was married to Jashodaben Modi, while he was a small child.
  1. In many interviews, he has expressed that he does not rest much. He rests for 5 hours every day. Irrespective of the time when he hits the bed, he is dependably up by 5:30

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  1. When he joined RSS, his initially work was to clean the floor at the RSS Headquarters in Ahmedabad.
  1. After old President Obama, Narendra Modi is the world’s most followed leader on social networking portal Twitter.
  1. In the year 2010, when Modi was the Chief Minister of Gujarat, United Nations granted Gujarat as the second best state on the world.
  1. At the point when Narendra Modi became Chief Minister of Gujarat interestingly, his mom said – “Beta, kadi lanch na leis”. (Son, never take bribe)..
  1. Amid his 13 years of tenure as the Chief Minister of Gujarat, he never took even a single holiday.. Such a compulsive worker he is!
  1. At first, Modi would not like to join legislative issues. He needed to settle down as a priest in Ramakrishna Mission.

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  1. He is an extraordinary benefactor of the National Dialect and it is defended by the way that he generally puts his mark in Hindi, regardless of whether it is any easygoing event or an official report.
  1. He sign on to the internet each morning without fail and checks all that is composed about him. Regardless of the possibility that he is voyaging, he gets daily papers and cuttings of what his faultfinders are saying in regards to him.

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  1. He fasts on the nine days of Navratri consistently – eating just a single natural product a day amid this time. He shuns the Navratra-exceptional thali-feast, which is customarily permitted once every day.
  1. He takes the blessings of his mother Heeraben on his birthday. He bonds sensibly well with his four brothers and sister yet does not show it out in the open. His better half’s name is Jashoda, and the couple isolated not long after marriage.

 

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