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Narendra Damodardas Modi  is an Indian legislator who is the sixteenth and current Prime Minister of India, in office since May 2014. He was the Chief Minister of Gujarat from 2001 to 2014, and is the Member of Parliament for Varanasi. Modi, an individual from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), is a Hindu patriot and individual from the conservative Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).

Destined to a Gujarati family in Vadnagar, Modi helped his dad offer tea as a kid, and later ran his own particular slow down. He was acquainted with the RSS at eight years old, starting a long relationship with the association. He cleared out home in the wake of moving on from school, incompletely as a result of an organized marriage which he dismissed. Modi went around India for a long time, and went to various religious focuses. He came back to Gujarat and moved to Ahmedabad in 1969 or 1970. In 1971 he turned into an all day specialist for the RSS. Amid the highly sensitive situation forced the nation over in 1975, Modi was compelled to seek total isolation. The RSS appointed him to the BJP in 1985, and he held a few positions inside the gathering chain of importance until 2001, ascending to the rank of general secretary.

Modi was designated Chief Minister of Gujarat in 2001, because of Keshubhai Patel’s coming up short wellbeing and poor open picture following the seismic tremor in Bhuj. Modi was chosen to the authoritative get together before long. His organization has been considered complicit in the 2002 Gujarat riots,[a] or generally censured for its treatment of it, despite the fact that a court found no proof to indict Modi.[b] His approaches as boss clergyman, credited with empowering monetary development, have gotten praise.[8] His organization has been condemned for neglecting to fundamentally enhance wellbeing, destitution, and training lists in the state.[c]

Modi drove the BJP in the 2014 general race, which gave the gathering a lion’s share in the Lok Sabha, the first run through a solitary gathering had accomplished this since 1984. Modi himself was chosen to parliament from Varanasi. Since taking office, Modi’s organization has attempted to bring outside direct speculation up in the Indian economy, expanded spending on foundation, and diminished spending on medicinal services and social welfare programs. Modi has endeavored to enhance proficiency in the administration, and incorporated power through the annulment of the arranging commission. He has started a prominent sanitation battle, and debilitated or abrogated natural and work laws. Credited with building a political realignment towards conservative legislative issues, Modi remains a figure of contention locally and globally finished his Hindu patriot convictions and his part amid the 2002 Gujarat riots, refered to as proof of an exclusionary social agenda.[d]

Books by Narendra Modi
Modi, Narendra (2015). Social Harmony. Prabhat Prakashan. ISBN 978-93-5048-980-2.
Modi, Narendra (2015). Jyotipunj. Prabhat Prakashan. ISBN 978-93-5186-231-4.
Modi, Narendra (21 December 2015). India’s Singapore Story. ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute. ISBN 978-981-4695-73-2.
Modi, Narendra (2017). Mann Ki Baat – A Social Revolution on Radio. BlueKraft Digital Foundation. ISBN 978-9350359907.
A JOURNEY: POEMS BY NARENDRA MODI. Rupa Publications India. 22 April 2014. ISBN 978-81-291-3386-1.
Exam warriors by NARENDRA MODI Exam Warriors by Narendra Modi is an inspiring book for the youth. Written in a fun and interactive style, with illustrations, activities and yoga exercises, this book will be a friend not only in acing exams but also in facing life. Non-preachy, practical and thought-provoking, Exam Warriors is a handy guide for students in India and across the world.

Books on Narendra Modi

Madhu Kishwar. Modi, Muslims and Media: Voices from Narandra Modi’s Gujarat (Manushi Publications, 2014). ISBN 9788192935201
Mukhopadhyay, Nilanjan (2013). Narendra Modi : The Man, The Times. Westland. ISBN 978-93-82618-47-8.
Marino, Andy (6 April 2014). Narendra Modi: A political Biography. HarperCollins Publishers India. ISBN 978-93-5136-218-0.
Mahurkar, Uday (2 May 2014). Centrestage: Inside the Narendra Modi model of governance. Random House India. ISBN 978-81-8400-612-4.
Prime Minister Modi: Challenges Ahead ( heritage Publisher) by Prakash Nanda(ISBN 817026346 Parameter error in {{isbn}}: Invalid ISBN.)
Shukla, Sangeeta (27 October 2014). Narendra Modi: Great Personalities Of India. Diamond Pocket Books Pvt Ltd. ISBN 9798128819017.
Price, Lance (24 March 2015). The Modi Effect: Inside Narendra Modi’s Campaign to Transform India. Quercus. ISBN 978-1-62365-939-4.
Sharma, Mahesh (2015). Main Narendra Modi Bol Raha Hoon (in Hindi). ISBN 978-93-5186-406-6.
Pankaj, Kumar. Mahanayak Narendra Modi. Diamond Pocket Books Pvt Ltd. ISBN 978-81-288-2837-9.
Pankaj, Kumar (26 March 2014). Namo Mantra of Narendra Modi. Diamond Pocket Books Pvt Ltd. ISBN 978-93-5083-644-6.
Shekhar, Himanshu. Management Guru Narendra Modi. Diamond Pocket Books Pvt Ltd. ISBN 978-81-288-2803-4.
Trivedi, Priya Ranjan (2014). Narendra Modi: The Man India Needs. ISBN 978-81-7139-642-9.
Sardesai, Rajdeep (22 May 2015). 2014: The Election That Changed India. Penguin Books Limited. ISBN 978-81-8475-010-2.
Dabke, Girish (1 October 2015). Narendrayan: Story of Narendra Modi. DORRANCE Publishing Company Incorporated. ISBN 978-1-4809-1301-1.
Makwana, Kishore (2014). Commonman Narendra Modi. Prabhat Prakashan. ISBN 978-93-5048-611-5.
Elst, Koenraad (2015). On Modi Time: Merits and Flaws of Hindu Activism in Its Day of Incumbency. ISBN 9789385485008.
Gauṛa, Sañjaya (2014). Narendra Modi: Change We Can Believe in. ISBN 978-93-82532-52-1.
Shukla, Sangeeta (23 June 2016). Prernamurthi Narendra Modi: प्रेरणामूर्ति नरेंद्र मोदी (in Hindi). Diamond Pocket Books Pvt Ltd. ISBN 978-81-288-1675-8.
Singh, D. P. (2012). Narendra Modi: Yes He Can-. D.P. Singh.
NP, Ullekh (26 January 2015). War Room: The People, Tactics and Technology behind Narendra Modi’s 2014 Win. Roli Books Private Limited. ISBN 978-93-5194-068-5.
Kantharia, Urvish (2014). For the People: Narendra Modi. ISBN 978-81-7897-061-5.
Singh, U. B.; Viplava (2016). Tsunami of Narendra Modi: Challenges and Visions. ISBN 978-93-83905-41-6.
Sheth, Pravin N. (2007). Images of Transformation: Gujarat and Narendra Modi. Team Spirit (India). ISBN 978-81-7897-043-1.
Mehra, S. K. (2015). Prime Minister Narendra Modi: A Transformational Leader. ISBN 978-81-924854-7-8.
Ralhan, O. P.; Gupta, Sudha Ralhan; Ralhan, Gautam (2017). Foreign Policy of Narendra Modi: The Prime Minister of India. ISBN 978-93-5208-065-6.
Kumar, Dhananjay (2014). The Narendra Modi Phenomenon. Shubhi Publ. ISBN 978-81-8290-311-1.
Makwana, Kishor (2015). Modi: Common Man’s PM. Prabhat Prakashan. ISBN 978-93-5048-978-9.
Singh, Sinderpal (16 February 2017). Modi and the World: (Re) Constructing Indian Foreign Policy. World Scientific. ISBN 978-981-320-387-7.
Datta, Aroop (19 June 2015). NaMo: A Name. A Cult. A Visual Delight. AuthorHouse. ISBN 978-1-5049-1395-9.
Sharma, Mahesh (6 May 2015). Narendra Modi Ke Anmol Vachan: Motivational Quotes (in Hindi). Mahesh Dutt Sharma. GGKEY:2HQPWQ4FLG6.

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