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Narendra Modi sure knows how to make people take notice. No matter where he goes, he makes a style statement and delivers a fantastic speech that draws everybody’s attention. Of course, it helps that he is the Prime Minister of the country. However, the kind of aura and charisma he exuded even when he wasn’t the PM was quite admirable. Not only is he a fantastic orator, he also makes a great ambassador for India’s travel and tourism industry. Every time PM Modi visits a destination in India, he tries his best to ensure that the place becomes known to the world. As a result, each visit by Modi turns a place into a tourist hub. Many places have become emerging attractions only thanks to Modi’s visit to them and his activities which left a mark. The way PM Modi mingles with the locals and tries to become one with them for the short duration of his visit makes waves all across the news and social media. This, in turn, helps boost tourism in those regions. (ALSO SEE Prime Minister Narendra Modi tries his hand at drums in Mawphlang) Today, as we celebrate India Tourism Day, we look at ten times Prime Minister Narendra Modi played the perfect ambassador to Indian tourism. Also Read - Unlock 1.0 in Odisha: Hotels to Open at 30% Strength, Religious Places to Stay Closed Till June 30
When he turned wildlife photographer at Nandan Van Jungle Safari in Naya Raipur
When he called the Shaurya Smarak in Bhopal a ‘tirtha sthan’ for Indians
When he interacted with tribal communities belonging to Dahod in Gujarat
When he took a metro ride showing how convenient it is!
When he got a traditional welcome in Jharkhand
When he paid his respects to Lord Balaji at Tirumala Venkateswara temple
When he bowed his head at the great Golden Temple in Amritsar
When he dressed up in local attire at the Hornbill Festival in Nagaland
Modi even inspired Indians to travel to Nepal
We leave you with this amazing pic of PM Modi taking a walk in Fiji!
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