Indian Current Prime Minister Narendra Modi, full name Narendra Damodardas Modi, was born on September 17, 1950, in Vadnagar.
Narendra Modi is the third of six children born to Damodardas Mulchand Modi and the Hiraben Modi family has belonged to the Modh-Ghanchi-Teli (oil-presser) community.
He was sworn in as India's prime minister in 2014 after his party won elections to the Lok Sabha (lower chamber of the Indian parliament).
Formerly, Narendra Modi served as chief minister of the western Indian state of Gujarat (2001-2014).
Born and raised in northern Gujarat, Modi Completed his master's degree in political science at Gujarat University in Ahmadabad.
Having joined the BJP in 1987, Modi was made general secretary of the Gujarat branch of the party a year later.
In later years, Narendra Modi played a key role in strengthening the party's presence in the state.
Narendra Modi was made the BJP's secretary in 1995, and three years later he was made its general secretary.
After Keshubhai Patel was held responsible for the poor response of the Gujarat state government after the devastating Bhuj earthquake in October 2001,
Gujarat's chief minister, he established a political career laced with controversy and self-promotion.
However, Modi's repeated success in Gujarat made him an indispensable leader within the BJP hierarchy, which led to his reintegration into the political mainstream.
He and his party won a clear majority in the chamber, with the BJP winning more seats than any other party. On May 26, 2014, Modi became Prime Minister of India.
In his role as prime minister, Modi promoted Hindu culture and implemented economic reforms In India on a very broad level.
Modi's government revoked the special status of Jammu and Kashmir in October 2019, depriving the state of autonomy and placing it under the direct control of the federal government.
Today Narendra Modi is a worldwide famous and also He is one of the world's most powerful personalities in the world. During his prime ministership, India is making a new growth history.