PM Modi’s Birthday Celebrations: A Look Back at the Last 5 Years

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PM Narendra Modi, who will turns 73 on Sunday, will celebrate his birthday by dedicating the 'YashoBhoomi' convention center in Dwarka. In 2022, he released cheetahs in a national park.

As India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi turns 73 tomorrow, the nation eagerly awaits to celebrate his birthday with great fervor. Over the years, PM Modi’s birthday has become an occasion to reflect on his remarkable journey and his contributions to the nation. Let’s take a look at how he has celebrated his birthday in the last 5 years:

2017 – Varanasi Visit

In 2017, PM Modi celebrated his birthday in his parliamentary constituency, Varanasi. He visited the Kashi Vishwanath Temple and sought blessings from Lord Shiva. He also interacted with school children and distributed sweets among them. Later in the day, he addressed a gathering of BJP workers and expressed his gratitude for their support.

2018 – Narmada Sewa Yatra

The following year, PM Modi celebrated his birthday by participating in the Narmada Sewa Yatra, an initiative aimed at conserving and cleaning the Narmada river. He joined thousands of volunteers in planting trees along the riverbank and took part in a cleanliness drive. His commitment to environmental conservation was evident as he urged the nation to join hands in protecting our natural resources.

2019 – Gandhinagar Visit

In 2019, PM Modi celebrated his birthday in his home state of Gujarat. He visited the Sardar Sarovar Dam and inaugurated the Namami Devi Narmade Mahotsav, a grand festival celebrating the completion of the dam project. He also addressed a public gathering in Gandhinagar, where he emphasized the importance of water conservation and highlighted the government’s efforts in providing clean drinking water to all.

2020 – Prayers and Service

Amidst the global pandemic, PM Modi celebrated his birthday in a low-key manner in 2020. He sought blessings at the famous Sankat Mochan Temple in Varanasi and also performed a special prayer for the well-being of the nation. In addition, he launched the PM SVANidhi scheme, which aimed to provide affordable loans to street vendors affected by the pandemic. His focus on public service during challenging times was commendable.

2021 – Virtual Interaction

This year, due to the ongoing pandemic, PM Modi celebrated his birthday with a virtual interaction with healthcare workers and beneficiaries of the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana. He lauded their efforts in fighting the pandemic and assured continued support from the government. He also announced the rollout of the Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission, which aims to provide digital health ID cards to all citizens.

PM Modi’s birthday celebrations reflect his dedication towards the nation and his commitment to the welfare of its citizens. His diverse range of activities, from temple visits to environmental conservation initiatives, demonstrate his holistic approach to governance. As he turns 73, we wish him good health and continued success in his endeavors.

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