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How to Get Narendra Modi Autograph In Person and Through The Mail

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Narendra Modi is the 15th Prime Minister of India. He has also served as the Chief Minister of Gujarat from 2001 to 2014. He is the elected Member of Parliament from Varanasi Lok Sabha Seat/Parliamentary Constituency. He has a large number of fan following across the country. Many of them want to collect Shri Narendra Modi autograph for their memory as well as collection.

In this article, we have provided the best tips and guide on how to get Narendra Modi autographs. So, let’s see and read.

Narendra Modi Autograph

Narendra Modi Autograph

How to Get Narendra Modi Autograph In Person and Through The Mail

1. Write a Letter

It is the most popular and common way to get Narendra Modi autograph for your memory as well as collection. You should prepare a well written letter, explaining that you are looking for the autograph of Shri Narendra Modi ji for your collection or memory. You just need to send this letter at the following address.

His Excellency Shri Narendra Modi ji
The Prime Minister of India
152, South Block,
Raisina Hill,
New Delhi-110011

2. Request An Appointment

It is considered as one of the most difficult ways to get his autograph. We have seen in the past, PMO didn’t allow common man or citizens to meet the Prime Minister of India for an autograph. Still, you should write a letter and explain your wish/dream that you are looking for the autograph of Shri Narendra Modi in person.

3. Public Function

The Prime Minister of India attend a large number of public functions in various parts of the country. So, you should take a prior approval from the organizers to meet the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modiji in person and face to face to take his autograph on photograph, card, caricature, or book.

4. Party Rally

In addition to the Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi is a BJP leader. Thus, he may take part in many party rallies endorsing his political party. So, you have to take prior permission from the party leaders of the particular state to meet him at the party rally to take his autograph. You should have some political contacts to apply this method to get Narendra Modi autograph.

5. Get from Autographs Collector

If you are failed in the above methods to get Narendra Modi autograph, then don’t worry. You have to find out an autograph collector (a person who collect celebrities autographs) and request him to give you a single autograph of Shri Narendra Modi ji for your memory and collection.

Fast Facts About Narendra Modi

  • Born on 17th September, 1950
  • Place of Birth: Vadnagar, Gujarat – India
  • Religion: Hinduism
  • Alma mater: Gujarat University and University of Delhi
  • Political Party: Bharatiya Janata Party
  • Nationality: Indian
  • Spouse: Jashodaben Narendrabhai Modi

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Article Title: How to Get Narendra Modi Autograph In Person and Through The Mail
Article last re-published on May 18, 2017.

How many countries visited by Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister of India

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Narendra Modi is the 15th Prime Minister of India and the former Chief Minister of Gujarat. After winning in the General Elections of India 2014 and became 15th Prime Minister of India, he travelled extensively across the world according to his foreign policy. In this article, we have compiled a list of the countries visited by Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister of India.

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Narendra Modi

How many countries visited by Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister of India

List of countries visited in 2014

Country Areas visited Date(s) Purpose(s)
Bhutan Paro, Thimpu 16–17 June State visit
Brazil Fortaleza,Brasilia 13–16 July BRICS Summit & State visit
Nepal Kathmandu 3–4 August State visit
Japan Kyoto, Tokyo 30 August – 3 September State visit
United States New York,Washington 26–30 September United Nations General Assembly
Myanmar Naypyidaw 11–13 November & State Visit
Australia Brisbane,Canberra,Melbourne,Sydney 14–18 November East Asia Summit
Fiji Suva 19 November G20 Summit
Nepal Kathmandu 25–27 November State visit

List of countries visited in 2015

Country Areas visited Date(s) Purpose(s)
Seychelles Victoria 10–11 March State visit
Mauritius Port Louis 11–13 March State visit
Sri Lanka Colombo,Jaffna 13–14 March State visit
Singapore Singapore 29 March funeral of Lee Kuan Yew
France Paris, Toulouse 9–12 April State visit
Germany Berlin,Hannover 12–14 April State visit
Canada Ottawa,Toronto,Vancouver 14–16 April State visit
China Xi’an, Beijing,Shanghai 14–16 May State visit
Mongolia Ulan Bator 16–17 May State visit
South Korea Seoul 18–19 May State visit
Bangladesh Dhaka 6–7 June State visit
Uzbekistan Tashkent 6 July State visit
Kazakhstan Astana 7 July State visit
Russia Ufa 8-10 July BRICS summit
Turkmenistan Ashgabat 10-11 July State visit
Kyrgyzstan Bishkek 12 July State visit
Tajikistan Dushanbe 12-13 July State visit
United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi, Dubai 16-17 August State visit
Ireland Dublin 23 September Official visit
United States New York, San Francisco 24-30 September United Nations General Assembly
United Kingdom London, Chequers 12-14 November State Visit
Turkey Antalya 15–16 November G-20
Malaysia Kuala Lumpur 21-22 November ASEAN-India summit and East Asia Summit
Singapore Singapore 23-25 November State Visit
France Paris 30 November to 1st December 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference COP21
Russia Moscow 23-24 December State Visit
Afghanistan Kabul 25 December State Visit
Pakistan Lahore 25 December Private Visit

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About Narendra Modi

Narendra Modi was born on September 17, 1950 in Vadnagar, Bombay State (now in Gujarat), India. He has served as the Chief Minister of Gujarat from October 7, 2001 to May 22, 2014.

The prime minister, a Hindu nationalist, is a member of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and is a controversial figure domestically and internationally. However, his economic policy have been praised by many businessman in India.

Article last re-published on February 11, 2016.

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