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Narendra Modi is an Indian politician and government officials who rose to become a senior leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). In 2014, he held his party to victory in election to the Lok Sabha (lower chamber of Indian parliament), after which he was sworn in as Prime Minister of India. Prior to that he had served (2001-2014) as chief minister of Gujarat state in western India.

Biography of Narendra Modi

Narendra Modi was raised in a small town in Northern Gujarat, and he completed an M.A. degree in Political Science from Gujarat University in Ahmedabad. He joined the pro-Hindu Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Organization in the early 1970s and set up a unit of the RSS’s students’ wing, the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), in his area  Modi rose steadily in the RSS hierarchy, and his association with the organization significantly benefited his subsequent political career.

Modi joined the BJP in 1987, and a real later he was made the general secretary of the Gujarat branch of the party. He was instrumental in greatly strengthening the party’s presence in the state in succeeding years. In 1990 Modi was one of the BJP member who participated in a coalition government in the state, and he helped the BJP achieve success in the 1995 state legislative assembly election that in March allowed the party to form the first ever BJP controlled government in India.


Narendra Modi Profile

Full Name Narendra Damodardas Modi


Nickname NaMo
Profession Politician

Physical Appearance of Modi

Height(approx.) Centimeters- 170 cm

Meters- 1.70 m

Feet Inches- 5’7″

Hair Color White
Eye Color Black

Political Career of Narendra Modi

Political Party Bharatiya Janata Party


Political Journey- 1985 He Joined BJP
1988 BJP elected him Organizing Secretary of Party’s Gujarat Unit
1955 He was elected National Secretary of BJP
1998 He became the General Secretary of BJP
3 October 2001 He became the Chief Minister of Gujarat for the 1st time and retained the post till 2014
31 March 2013 He was appointment to BJP Parliamentary Board
2014 He won the 2014 Lok Sabha elections from the Varanasi Constituency by a massive margin of 3,71,784 votes.
26 May 2014 He was appointed the 14th Prime Minister of India
2019 He won the Lok Sabha election from Varanasi Constituency by a margin of 4,79,505 votes
30 May 2019 He took the oath as the 15th Prime Minister of India

Personal Life of Narendra Modi

Date of  Birth 17 September 1950
Age (as of 2021) 71 Years
Birth Place Vadnagar, Bombay State (now Gujarat), India
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Nationality Indian
Hometown Vadnagar, Gujarat, India
School Higher Secondary School, Vadnagar, Gujarat
  • Gujarat University, Ahmedabad, India
  • University of Delhi, New Delhi, India
Educational Qualification(s)
  • BA in Political Science (a distance education course from Delhi University)
  • MA in Political Science from Gujarat University in 1983
Religion Hinduism
Caste OBC
Blood Group A (+ve)
Food Habit Vegetarian
Address (permanent) C-1, Someshwar Tenament, Ranip, Ahmedabad-382480, Gujarat
Address (official) 7, Lok Kalyan Marg, New Delhi
Hobbies Reading, Doing Yoga

Wife of Narendra Modi

Marital Status Married
Wife Jashodaben Chimanlal Modi
Marriage Date Year 1968

Family of Narendra Modi

Parents Father- Late Damodardas Mulchand Modi (died of Bone Cancer in 1989)


Mother- Heeraben


Siblings Brothers- Soma (Retired Officer of Health Department)

Amrut Modi (A Lathe Machine Operator)

Prahlaad (Runs a Shop in Ahmedabad)

Pankaj (Clerk in the Information Department in Gandhinagar)

Sister- Vasantiben Hasmukhlal Modi

Wife/Spouse Jashodaben Chimanlal Modi


Children None

Narendra Modi Biography

Favorite things about Narendra Modi

Politician(s) Syama Prasad Mukherji, Atal Bihari Vajpayee
Leader(s) Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Swami Vivekanand
Song(s) ‘Jyoti Kalash Chaalke’ from the film Bhabhi Ki Chudiyan (1961)

‘O Pawan Veg Se Udne Wale Ghode’ from the film Jai Chitod (1961)

Singer Lata Mangeshkar

Awards Received by Narendra Modi

2007 Named the Best Chief Minister in a nationwide survey by India Today.
2012 Appeared on the cover of the Asian edition of TIME magazine.
  • Awarded Indian of the year by CNN-IBN news network, also Forbes Magazine ranked him the 15th-most-Powerful Person in the world.
  • Declared winner of The Time Magazine reader’s poll for Person of the Year.
  • Named one of the Time Magazine’s 100 most Influential People in the World.
  • Bloomberg Markets Magazine ranked him the 13th Most Influential Person in the World, also, named one of the Time’s “30 Most Influential People on the Internet” as the second most followed politician on Twitter and Facebook.
  • Named one of the Time Magazine’s 100 most Influential People in the World.
  • Forbes Magazine ranked him the 9th Most Powerful Person in the World.
  • Declared winner of The Time Magazine reader’s poll for Person of the Year.
  • On 3rd April, honored with Order of Abdulaziz Al Saud, the highest civilian honor of Saudi Arabia
  • On 4th June, honored with State Order of Ghazi Aamir Amanullah Khan, the highest civilian honor of Afghanistan.
  • Forbes magazine ranked him the 9th Most Powerful Person in the World.
2017 Named one of the Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World.

Awards Received by Narendra Modi


  • Forbes Magazine ranked him the 9th Most Powerful Person in the World.
  • On 10th February, honoured with Grand Collar of the State of Palestine, the highest civilian honour of Palestine for Foreign dignitaries.
  • Got Awarded On 27th September,the Champions of the Earth Award, the UN’s highest environmental honour, also given to five other individuals and organisations, for his leadership of the International Solar Alliance and Pledge to eliminate single-use Plastic by 2022.
  • On 24th October, conferred with the Seoul Peace Prize for 2018 for his contribution to International cooperation and fostering global economic growth.
  • On 22 February, he received the prestigious Seoul Peace Prize for 2018.
  • He was conferred with Zayed Medal on 4th April, , UAE’s highest civilian award, for giving “a big boost” to the bilateral relations between both the countries.
  • On 25th September, conferred the ‘Global Goalkeeper’ award by the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation for the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan launched by his government.
2020 On 21st December, he awarded the ‘Legion of Merit’ by US President Donald Trump for his role in advancing the India-US relationships.
  • On 24th February, the world’s largest cricket stadium, at Motera in Ahmedabad was renamed Narendra Modi Stadium, hours before the start of the day-night third Test between India and England. It was also the first International match at the new venue. The stadium was inaugurated by President Ram Nath kovind.
  • In December 2021,  the Kingdom of Bhutan awarded Narendra Modi ‘Ngadag Pel gi Khorlo’ or the ‘Order of The Druck Gyalpo’, the highest civilian decoration in Bhutan, with this, he became the first foreigner to receive the coveted award.

Salary of Narendra Modi

Salary ₹ 1,60,000/month with other allowance

Properties of Narendra Modi

Moveable worth 1.14 crore
Bank Balance Rs 4,143 in SBI’s Gandhinagar NSCH Branch
Fixed Deposit worth 1,07,96,288 at the same branch
Infrastructure Bond Deposit worth ₹ 20,000
National Saving Certificate Rs 7.61 lakh
Life Insurance Policy Rs 1.9 lakh
Jewellery four pieces of gold rings, weighing approximately 45 grams worth Rs 1.13 lakh
Immoveable worth 1.1 crore
Plots A 3,531 sq ft plot in Sector-1, Gandhinagar, worth Rs 1.1 crore

Narendra Modi Net Worth

Net Worth 3.07 crore (as in 2021)


Controversies of Narendra Modi

1. The biggest controversy in his career is the 2002 Gujarat Riots in which he has been criticized to mastermind it. However on 11 December 2019, Justice Nanavati Mehta Commission gives clean chit to him in the 2002 Gujarat Riots. The Gujarat government table the final part of the Justice Nanavati Mehta Commission report on the 2002 riots, in the Assembly on 11 December 2019. The report deals with post Godhara Violence in which more than 1,000 people were killed in the widespread communal riots across the State. The commission has given clean chit to the then Chief Minister Narendra Modi and other in Post Godhara Riots. The commission held that the riots were not organised and the state administration had taken all necessary measures to control the situation.

2. Teesta Setalvad held him responsible for the murder of her husband in Gulbarga Society in 2002.

3. He was also held responsible for the fake encounter of Ishrat Jahan.

4. He has also been criticized to regarding his marital status.

5. The United States denied visa for his role in the Gujarat Riots.

6. He was criticized for tapping the phone calls of a girl (a student of architecture) in the Snoopgate scandal.

7. In 2015, he was criticized for wearing a suit worth ₹ 10 lakh with the monogram of his name Narendra Modi.

8. On 10 August 2018, the first time in the history of Indian Parliament, a portion of Prime Minister’s comment was deleted from the records of the Rajya Sabha. After the election of Harivansh Narayan Singh as the Deputy Chairman of Rajya Sabha in his speech congratulation Harivansh PM Modi said the election was between “Two Haris”. He went on to take a swipe at Mr Hariprasad (opposition candidate), playing with his initial.

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