Narendra Damodardas Modi (NAMO)
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People with the surname Modi are found in states like Rajasthan, Gujarat, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, and Jharkhand. People with this surname may be funny, fugitive, or fabulous. I am concentrating now on Narendra Damodardas Modi, our Prime Minister, as his birthday falls on 17 September. My definition of Modi, i.e. Meticulous, Observant, Dedicated, and Innovative imply to Narendra Damodardas Modi only.
Modi, the definition of,
When I say Meticulous, the instance that comes to mind is the vaccination drive in India. There are cases where the state government that took responsibility gave up, but Modi’s endeavour did not end until it reached the figures that make the nation one of the safest nations. I agree it is not only done by Modi but the Meticulous plan done by him.
Observant: Modi observed the situation during the Covid outbreak and started lockdown as early as possible. Whenever I listen to his Mann Ki Bath, I feel that he is a good listener and a very good observer, and comprehends with empathy and sympathy.
Modi’s dedication to the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. He did not hesitate to hold the broom in his hand and started sweeping roads. I have never seen a prime minister like this.
Innovation is an integral part of all his ventures. It might be Digital India, GST, Revoking Article 370, surgical strike, and Muslim Women Act.
Three S of Modi
On birthday of Modi, I do not want to write about his poor family background. Instead, I like to write on 3S, Strength, Struggle, and Success.
Narendra Modi loves writing poems in his mother language Gujarati and has also written some books. He loves to click pictures. The beautiful collection of photographs clicked by him was on exhibition.
Horse sleep for around three hours within 24 hours, and PM Modi sleeps 4 hours a day. The horse is known for agility, speed, and spirit. The comparison holds good for the best qualities both have.
PM Modi is a workaholic.
Modi once said: “I sleep very less. Yoga, Pranayama and deep breathing keep me energetic throughout the day!”
Modi once decided to leave all worldly things and dedicate his life to religious activities. Narendra Modi was fascinated by meditation and wanted to become a sadhu. He spent two years in solitude in the Himalayas, where he learned about the Hindutva philosophy. Modi is a follower of Swami Vivekananda. He has visited the Belur Math, Advaita Ashrama, and the Ramakrishna Mission founded by Vivekananda. Narendra Modi is a devotee of Goddess Durga. He fasts for all seven days of the Navratra festival.
The humble journey towards honour
Prime Minister Narendra Modi wanted to join Sainik School and ultimately wanted to join the army.
Under the able leadership of the Modi government, India’s military gained fighter aircraft, heavy artillery, anti-submarine aircraft, and stealth frigates. Modi tried to improve the living condition of soldiers, especially in remote and inhospitable areas.
Modi lacked the money to join army school, but the army now does not have to struggle for lack of money under his leadership. Modi spends his time with soldiers on the occasion of Diwali.
In 2005, the United States declined a diplomatic visa because he was responsible for the 2002 riots. The United Kingdom also ended up criticizing his role in 2002.
At the present time
Now, he receives a warm welcome from these countries.
He appeared in Forbes Magazine. Modi ranked 15th in the 2014 Forbes Magazine list of most powerful people. He was the Person of the Year by Time magazine. He was among Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World, in the years 2014, 2015, and 2017. Serving as India’s prime minister, Modi managed to build a great legacy and influence on India.
He is the longest serving prime minister from a non-Congress
Modi is the first prime minister to be born after India’s indepndence
The political success of Modi made him indispensabe.
During the Emergency, Modi disguised himself as a Sikh to avoid arrest.
He never took a holiday or called in sick during his 13 years of service as the Chief Minister of Gujarat.
Narendra Modi had done a three-month course in the United States on Image Management and Public Relations.
He was 28 years, in 1978 when he did graduation from DU.
Modi didn’t give up fasting during his US tour.
About six million plus followers on Twitter and a huge following on Facebook make Narendra Modi one of the most popular politicians that India has ever seen.
Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, follows Modi on Twitter.