Narendra Modi Biography, Age, Height, Achievement, Education, Political Life, and More

 Narendra Modi Biography

Who is Narendra Modi?

Narendra Modiji is such a personality, which is famous everywhere in the country or abroad. Modi Ji is working as the 15th Prime Minister of our country. In the 2014 and 2019 general elections, Modiji along with the Bharatiya Janata Party won a historic victory. As if the Modi wave has come all over the country, most of the Indians have full faith in Modiji that they will give them a bright future. He became the first Prime Minister of India to achieve such a victory after independence. For the second time in a row, Modi has come to power with an absolute majority. 


Personal Information

Name Narendra Damodardas Modi
BirthDay 17 September 1950
Age 70
Height 1.7m
Birth Place Vadnagar, Bombay State, Republic of India
Nationality Indian
Occupation Politician
Citizenship India
Parent's Damodardas Mulchand Modi and Hiraben Modi
Political Party Bharatiya Janata Party
Net Worth 2.85 Crore (June 2020)
Before and after becoming the Prime Minister, he did many important works for the development of the country of India. Although Modiji has also been found involved in many controversies, his policies have always been praised. What important things Modiji has done in his life and how all his life has been till now, we are trying to convey this to you through this article.

Narendra Modi's early life

Narendra Modi was born in Vadnagar, a small town in the Mehsana district of Gujarat state. When he was born, it was in Bombay but now it is currently located in Gujarat. The financial condition of Narendra Modi's family was not good, his father was a street trader who struggled a lot to nurture his family. 


Modi's mother is a homemaker woman. Modiji supported his family in childhood He also sold tea with his brothers in the railway station and then in the bus terminal. Modiji had faced many difficulties and obstacles in his childhood days, but with the strength of his character and courage, he turned all challenges into opportunities. In this way, his early life was very struggling.

Narendra Modi's family, age, caste

Modiji's family belongs to the Modh-Ghanchi-Teli community, which belongs to the Other Backward Class category by the Government of India. Narendra Modiji is the third child of his parents. Modi's elder brother Soma Modi is currently 75 years old, he has been an officer of the Health Department. His second elder brother Amrit Modi is a machine operator whose Age is 72 years. After this, Modiji has 2 younger brothers, one Prahlada Modi, who is 62 years old, runs a shop in Ahmedabad, and the other Pankaj Modi, who is working as a clerk in the information department in Gandhinagar.

Marriage of Narendra Modi - According to the traditions of the Ghanchi community, Modiji was married to Jashoda Ben Chimanlal in 1968 at the age of 18. According to the reports, it has been said that Modiji was not divorced from his wife, but still, both of them separated from each other. Modi's wife Jashoda Ben used to work as a teacher in a government school in Gujarat, which is now retired. all the people Want to know how many children Narendra Modiji has, let us tell you that Modi has no children. They were separated a few days after the wedding. Where is Narendra Modiji's house, the answer is that his name is Panchwati in Delhi, by the way, he is from Gujarat.

Narendra Modiji's education and early career

Narendra Modi's early education was completed from the local school in Vadnagar, he completed his higher secondary education there till 1967. After that, he left his home due to the poor financial condition of his family, and then he traveled all over India and discovered diverse cultures. 

For this Modiji visited places like Rishikesh and Himalayas located in North India. He returned to India after 2 years of touring parts of the North East. In this way, after completing his schooling, Modiji did not do his further studies for a few years.

Then in 1978, Modi got admission to Delhi University of India for his higher education and then to Gujarat University in Ahmedabad. There he did his bachelor's and master's in political science respectively.

Narendra Modiji's political career started

After his college studies, Modi joined the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad and went to Ahmedabad to join the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), a Hindu nationalist political party, as a full-time campaigner.

During the National Emergency imposed by the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in 1975 - 77, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh was banned. Due to which Modiji was forced to go underground at that time and used to travel in disguise to avoid arrest.

Modi was very active against the Emergency. At that time, he used various tactics to oppose the government, including the distribution of pamphlets. This revealed his managerial, organizational, and leadership skills.

After this Narendra Modi joined politics as a political activist. He was assigned the task of writing in the RSS.

In 1985, through the RSS, Modiji thought about joining the Bharatiya Janata Party, that is, the BJP party. In 1987, Narendra Modi fully joined the BJP, and for the first time, he helped organize the BJP's campaign in the Ahmedabad municipal elections, in which the BJP won.

Narendra Modiji's political career

After Narendra Modi joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in 1987, he rose rapidly through the ranks, because he was a very wise man. He encouraged the privatization of businesses, small government, and Hindu values. In the same year, he was elected as the General Secretary of the Gujarat branch of the party.

After helping LK Advaniji conduct his Ayodhya Rath Yatra in 1990, Modiji's abilities within the party were recognized, Which became his first national-level political work.

After that, in 1991–92, Murali Manohar Joshi's Ekta Yatra took place. Modiji had played a major role in strengthening BJP's presence in Gujarat after the 1990 Gujarat assembly elections.

The party won 121 seats in the 1995 elections, making the BJP government in Gujarat for the first time. The party remained in power for a while, which ended in September 1996.

In 1995, Modiji was elected the national secretary of the BJP to handle activities in Haryana and Himachal Pradesh, and he shifted to New Delhi.

In 1998, when the internal leadership dispute was going on in the BJP, Modiji paved the way for BJP's election victory during that time, which successfully helped in resolving the disputes.

After this, Modiji was appointed general secretary this year. He was employed in this post till 2001. During that time, Modi was credited with successfully carrying out the responsibility of bringing the party organization back to different states.