Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s life is inspiring and full of challenges. His life started from a tea seller to leading the world’s largest democracy. We can learn many aspects from him. Modi’s success story can inspire all of us. Every difficult juncture brought to extract positive outcomes from the negatives in his life.
Modi’s positive and realistic attitude brought in his perception of a half-filled glass to him. The bottom half of the glass is filled with water while the top half is filled with air, he believes. This marks that Modi’s optimism, positivity, and attitude towards life. Prime Minister Modi loves the country that shows in the policies and various schemes initiated by him. But the journey of the Prime Minister in the worlds’ second largest democracy was not easy.
Childhood, Struggles, Dreams:
Modi was born in Vadnagar, Gujarat in 1950. There is completed his secondary education. Narendra Modi is also known as Damodardas Modi who had modest in his life. He belonged to a very poor family; his father struggled as a street merchant to support the family. Modi is the third child among the siblings and he spent his early life with his father selling tea along with his brother.
Narendra Modi, In-charge of Student Wing ABVP:
Prime Minister joined Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) as a propagandist in 1971 while working in the staff canteen at Gujarat State Road Transport Corporation. Modi oratorical skills came in handy when he made a conscious decision to devote himself to politics. Growin step by step, Modi took the charge of the student wing of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) in Gujarat.
From BJP’s Gujarat Wing to National Secretary of BJP:
Prime Minister Narendra Modi joined in Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) from RSS in 1985 and had proved his mettle by standing out at every responsibility entrusted to him at every step. He became the organizing Secretary of BJP’s Gujarat wing in 1988. Modi in state election drove the party to victory in 1995.
The journey from Gujarat CM to Prime Minister of India:
Narendra Modi became the Chief Minister of Gujarat in 2001, and he has been voted back into power for consecutive terms. ‘India Today’ in 2007 was named the best Chief Minister nationwide. Later, BJP placed in New Delhi, to make way for him and posture him as the Prime Ministerial candidate of the party in the 2014 elections. He won the hearts of all Indians.