A look at Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s captivating trip

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New DelhiNarendra Damodardas Modi, the first Prime Minister born in independent India, will turn 72 on Thursday. However, his journey was not only filled with struggles, but also very exciting. Narendra Modi, better known as Narya to his mother Hierappen and Nd among Friends, was born on the 17th of September 1950 in Vadnagar, located in Mahesana district of Gujarat state. Moody is the third among 6 siblings. Let’s find out how an ordinary man selling tea became the Prime Minister of the country.

He spent his childhood in a one-and-a-half room house

चायवाले से m तक का सफर, कई पड़ाव पार कर पाया 'शिखर'Narendra Modi’s childhood was spent in many struggles. The house where Modi lived in Vadnagar was very small. There were no windows and no bathroom in that house. He spent his childhood in a one-and-a-half-room house built of mud walls and a thatched roof.

Modi’s father used to sell tea at the station

चायवाले से m तक का सफर, कई पड़ाव पार कर पाया 'शिखर'The life journey of Narendra Modi, who spent his childhood in the streets of Vadnagar, Gujarat, is an example for every person in the world. His father Damodardas Modi used to sell tea in a small shop across from Vadnagar railway station. Narendra Modi started helping his father since he was only 6 years old. As a child, whenever Moody got time from school, he would go to the store to help his father and sell tea on the trains. Modi says I sold tea and I am proud of it.

MA in Political Science

Christmas Special: Rare and Unseen Photos of Prime Minister Narendra ModiPM Modi passed his High School Examination from Gujarat Board in 1967. Meanwhile, in 1978, he obtained his BA from Delhi University. He then obtained a master’s degree in political science in 1983. In this two-year course, he studied subjects such as European politics, Indian politics analysis, and the psychology of politics.

He has been associated with Sangh since childhood

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Narendra Modi joined RSS feed since childhood. In 1958, the first RSS pracharak Laxman Rao Inamdar known as the Volunteer Swearing Agent for Children led to Narendra Modi. Since then, Modi has started visiting RSS branches. However, later on, he was unable to go to the branch regularly due to sitting in the tea booth.

Modi joined the BJP in 1987

Throwback video: When Narendra Modi was sworn in as Chief Minister of Gujarat on October 7, 2001 |  WatchIn 1967, at the age of 17, Narendra Modi arrived in Ahmedabad and in the same year joined the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. After that, he joined the Nav Nirman movement in 1974. In this way, before joining active politics, Modi was one of the pioneers of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh movement for many years. He joined the BJP in 1987 through the Sangh.

Modi held various positions in the BJP until 2001

Modi on a day visit to Kerala today - India NewsIn 1988-89, he was appointed General Secretary of the BJP’s Gujarat Unit. Narendra Modi played an important role in the staging of Lal Krishna Advani’s 1990 film Somnath-Ayodhya Rath Yatra. Modi was also appointed as the BJP’s national secretary in 1995 and the party in charge of five states. Thereafter, he assumed the position of General Secretary (Tanzem) in 1998. He remained in this position until October 2001.

The year 2001 was a turning point in Modi’s life

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Due to the devastating earthquake that hit Gujarat in 2001, 20 thousand people were killed. During this, then Prime Minister Kishubhai Patel was forced to resign due to political pressure. Thereafter, Narendra Modi was appointed as CEO in his place. After that, Modi never looked back. By 2012, Modi’s standing in the BJP had grown so significantly that the party was now seen as the country’s prime ministerial candidate.

He became prime minister in 2014.

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Due to Narendra Modi’s popularity in 2013, the BJP and the National Democratic Rally made him a candidate for prime minister. Then, in 2014, under the leadership of Narendra Modi, the BJP ran in the Lok Sabha elections and scored a landslide victory. The people openly blessed Modi and in May 2014 he became the country’s 14th Prime Minister. After working for 5 years, in 2019, the public elected him again.



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