Narendra Modi was born into a poor Gujarati household, and as a child, he used to support his father by selling tea on local trains and platforms.
When he was 8 years old, he attended the lectures and training sessions of RSS ( Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh). Later on, he met Lakshmanrao Inamdar, who became his mentor and then he became the junior cadet in the RSS.
Our Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, graduated from high school in 1967. After that, he pursued a bachelor’s degree in political science in 1978, but he didn’t stop there; in 1982, he enrolled at Gujrat University to earn a master’s degree.
In 1975, he was forced into forced hiding due to an emergency, and he published a book in Gujarati about himself, his experiences, and the surroundings of the time. After 1971, he joined the RSS Campaign, and in 1985, he was given the opportunity to join the BJP as a result of his hard work and knowledge.
Deputy Prime Minister LK Advani was in charge of Ram Rath Yatra in 1990, and Yartra Modi played a role there. Modi is a devotee of Swami Vivekananda’s teachings, therefore he visited the Belur Math, Advaita Ashrama, and Ramkrishna Mission to learn more about him and sense his presence.
Modi is a vegetarian who follows a strict diet and sleep schedule in order to keep his metabolism and health intact. He sleeps every day for 5 hours and wakes up before 5 a.m. Narendra Modi was named one of the world’s 100 most influential persons in 2014, 2015, and 2017. He was also rated 15th in Forbes magazine’s list of the world’s most powerful people in 2014.
Modi has more than 50 million followers on social media, including former President Barack Obama. He is the first Indian Prime Minister to be born after the country’s independence.
Here’s What PM Modi Responded To Man Who Said Kashmir Is A ‘Must Visit’ Place, Catch Details
Department of Information and Public Relations (DIPR) tagged PM Modi on Twitter and wrote, “Tourism sector in J&K is being developed as per the vision of sustainable development goals and focus is being given to strengthen the hospitality segment & for establishing a robust tourism infra.”
To which, PM Modi replied, “Wonderful news! Compliments to the people of Jammu and Kashmir for their warmth and hospitality”
Meanwhile, a Twitter user wrote, “I visited Kashmir late last month, after 45 years of my visit as a student, and found those places like Baisaran, Aru, Kokernag, Achhbal, Gulmarg, and Srinagar still very beautiful. Only Char Chinar in the Dal Lake has one old chinar tree. People have the same warmth. Must visit.”
To which, PM Modi replied, “Excellent. I’m also tempted to share a picture from my visit to Srinagar in 2019.”