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Narendra Modi was born on 17 September 1950 to a Family of grocers belonging to the backward Ghanchi-teli (oil presser) community in Vadnagar in Mehsana district of erstwhile Bombay state. He was the third of six children born to Damodardas Mulchand Modi and his wife, Heeraben. He helped his father sell tea at Vadnagar railway station. As a child and as a teenager, he ran a tea stall with his brother near a bus terminus. In 1967, he completed his schooling in Vadnagar, where a teacher described him as being an average student, but a keen debater who had an interest in theatre. That interest has influence how he now projects himself in politics. At the age of eight, Modi came in contact with RSS and he began attending its lacal shakhas where he contact with Lakshmanrao Inamdar, popularly known Vakil shaeb, who is known as his political guru and mentor.


Narendra Modi
Prime Minister of India-Narendra Modi

Modi's parents arranged his marriage as a child, in keeping with the traditions of the Ghanchi caste. He was engaged at the age of 13 to Jashodaben Chimanlal and the couple were married by the time he was 18. They spent very little time together and were soon separated because Modi kept the marriage secret for most of his career only acknowledging the existence of his wife when filling his nomination for a parliamentary seat in the 2014 general elections.

Fairly Activities and Political Career 
RSS  :  Modi became a member of the RSS after the Indo-Pakistan war of 1997 when he had received some RSS training in training in Nagpur.

Sangh Parivar  :  Which was a prerequisite for taking up an official position in the Sangh Parivar, he was given charge of Sangh's student wing.  

ABVP  :  Akhil Bhartiya Vidhyarthi Parishad, in Gujarat during 1975-1977, when Prime Minister Indira Ghandi declared a state of the emergency, political opponents were jailed.

In November 1995, Modi was elected National Secretary of BJP and was transferred New Delhi where he was asigned responsibility for the party's activities in Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. Vaghela defected from the BJP after he lost the 1996 Lok Sabha elections, having previously threatened to do so in 1995. Modi was promoted to the post of General Secretary (Organisation) of the BJP in May 1998. While on the selection committe for the 1998 assembly election in Gujarat. Modi favoured supporters of Keshu Bhai Patel over those loyal to Vaghela, in an attempt to put an end to the functional divisions with in the party. His strategies were credited as being key to winning the 1998 elections.

Chief Minister of Gujarat
L.K. Advani, a senior leader of the BJP, did not want to astracies Patel and was worried about Modi's lack of experience in governance. Modi declined an often to be Patel's Deputy Chief Minister, informing Advani and Atal Bihari Vajpayee that he was "going to be fully resonsible for Gujarat or not at all", and on 7 October 2001. Modi was appointed the Chief Minister of Gujarat, with the responsibility of preparing the BJP election in December 2002. As Chief Minister, Modi's ideas of governance revolved around privatisation and small government, which stood at odds with what political commentator Aditi Pradnis has described as the "anti-privatisation, anti-globalisation position" of RSS. Modi's government has worked to brand Gujarat as a state of dynamic development, economic growth and prosperity. After being elected as Prime Minister, Modi resigned from the post of Chief Minister on 21 May 2014, and his MLA seat from the Maninagar constituency, after delivering a leaving speech described as emotional. Anandiben Patel was elected as a Chief Minister of Gujarat. To attract foreign investment in Gujarat during his time as Chief Minister, Modi mades visits to countries such as Japan, China and Singapur.

As The Prime Minister of India
On 31 March 2013, Modi was appointed to the BJP Parliamentary Board, the highest decision-making body of the party. On 9 June 2013, Modi was appointed chairman of the BJP's Central Election Campaign committee for the 2014 general election, at the national lever executive meeting of BJP. The party's senior leader and founding member Lal Krishna Advani resigned from all his posts at the party following the selection. Narendra Modi was sworn in as Prime Minister on 26 May 2014 at the Rashtrapati Bhawan. He is India's first Prime Minister born after the country's independence. In a first of it kind. Modi invited all SAARC leaders to attend his swearing-in-ceremony; the attendees include Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Kazai, Nepal's Prime Minister Sushil Koirala, Bhutanese Prime Minister Tashering Tobgay, Maldives President Abdulla Yameen Abdul Gayoon, Speakers of the National Parliament of Bangladesh Shirin Sharmin Choudhary and Prime Minister Naveen Rangoulam of Mauritius.

Awards
● Best Chief Minister Award ● Gujarat Ratna Award ● e-Ratna Award ● Asian winner of the FDI Personality of the Year Award for 2009.   

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