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12 Trending books on Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Yesterday, Narendra Modi became the 15th Prime Minister of India. He has not aired his views on homosexuality yet and probably it will not be much different from BJP views. But considering the air of secrecy around Modi and the change of his body language after the elections, I think we can expect surprises.  He is definitely a mysterious man. His fashion sense is immaculate; proper amalgamation of pure desi  and chic western styles, he is an avid photographer who had even conducted an exhibition, his oratory skills  nonpareil with any of the current crop of  Indian leaders, specialties are many for this resurgent man from Gujarat. To know more about our PM, Narendra Modi, buy and read the below books available through online portals of Flipkart and Amazon. I haven't read all of them and so cannot vouch for their quality, but just listing some of the trending books about Modi with their Flipkart and Amazon India links, for your convenience.

1. A Journey - Poems by Narendra Modi 

 

 Buy A Journey - Poems by Narendra Modi: Book
 

2. Narendra Modi - The Gamechanger 

 

Buy Narendra Modi - The Gamechanger: Book

3. Centrestage: Inside the Narendra Modi Model of Governance 

 

Buy Centrestage : Inside the Narendra Modi Model of Governance: Book

4. Narendra Modi : A Political Biography 

 

Buy Narendra Modi : A Political Biography: Book

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5. Modi Muslims and Media : Voices from Narendra Modis Gujrat 

 

Buy Modi Muslims and Media : Voices from Narendra Modis Gujrat: Book

6. Narendra Modi: The Man, the Times 

 

Buy Narendra Modi: The Man, the Times: Book

7. The Man of the Moment - Narendra Modi

 

The Man of the Moment - Narendra Modi

Amazon 

8. Modi Demystified 

 

Buy Modi Demystified: Book

9. The Fiction of Fact - Finding : Modi and Godhra

 

Buy The Fiction of Fact - Finding : Modi and Godhra: Book

10. Narendra Modi Yes He Can.. 

 

Buy Narendra Modi Yes He Can..: Book

11. Modi: Leadership, Governance and Performance 

 

Buy Modi - Leadership, Governance and Performance: Book 

12. Abode Of Love

 

Buy Abode Of Love: Book

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