As PM Modi turns 69, his love for kids has only grown. The same is evident from the pictures that he regularly updates on social media – whether it is during his rallies, various children’s forums that he participates in or even within the office.
He has encouraged the youth of the country on multiple occasions and motivated ‘generation next’ of the country every now and then.
When PM Modi interacted with around 70 students from across the country at ISRO, during the Chandrayaan 2 landing, he encouraged them to do well in life. He answered various questions about the students. Even as a young boy asked him for advice on how he can become the President of India, PM Modi patted him and with a smile said, “why President? Why not Prime Minister?” PM Modi also signed an autograph for him.
PM Modi on his two-day visit to Bhutan spoke about his book, The Exam Warriors. He said, “What I wrote in Exam Warriors is influenced by the teachings of Lord Buddha, especially the importance of positivity, overcoming fear and living in oneness, be it with the present moment or with Mother Nature.”
Speaking at Pariksha Pe Charcha 2.0 this year, PM Modi pointed out how some parents tend to flaunt their “child’s report card as their visiting card”. “I would request parents not to make the achievements of their child a matter of social prestige. Every child is blessed with unique talents,” he said.
To motivate kids to cope with exam stress, the PM said at Pariksha Pe Charcha, “We must know how to ‘defocus’, learn how to destress. We should take time out to go out and play, listen to some music, do some art, in order to leave the tensions of our studies behind for a while… We must also connect with nature. Appreciate nature. That at times works as a great stress-buster. “
Here are just a few instances where he showered his blessings on the kids.
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