narendra modi famous thoughts

Narendra Modi Famous Thoughts

Narendra Modi Famous Thoughts

“I can promise you. If you work 12 hours, I will work for 13. If you work 14 hours, I will work for 15 hours.”

“It is a tribute to Indian democracy that a person from a poor family, an ordinary family, is today addressing the nation from the Red Fort.”

“Mind is never a problem. Mindset is.”

“I stand before you not as Pradhan Mantri (Prime Minister) but Pradhan Sevak (Prime servant).”

“In my life mission is everything.. Even if i was a municipal chairman, I would have worked as hard as a CM.”

“I did not get an opportunity to die for the country, But I have got and opportunity to live for the country”

“This country has not been made by politicians, kings or governments. It has been made by farmers, labourers, our mothers and sisters and youth.”

“If 125 crore people work together; India will move forward 125 crore steps”

“With the gun you can make the earth red but if you have a plough you can make the earth green.”

“Hard work never brings fatigue. It brings satisfaction.”

“The world used to think we are a land of snake charmers and black magic. But our youth has surprised the world with its IT skills. I dream of a digital India.”

“The world has changed. India cannot sit isolated in one corner and determine its future.”

“We fought for freedom together. We had no government, no weapons to help us. We defeated such a big empire without any government, without any arms.”

“The strength of the saviour is much more than the strength of the person who kills.”

“You would think that from Red Fort he is talking about cleanliness and toilets but I am speaking from the heart. I am a poor man and I know what poor people need.”

“The world has changed. We can’t think about our development journey isolated from the world.”

“Let’s take path of Sadbhavana.”

“Desire +Stability = Resolution, Resolution +Hard work=success.”

“Can we not wage a war and emerge victorious against poverty. Let us defeat poverty.”

“We have seen instances of communal violence for too long. Till when will this go on? Be it caste or communal violence, they stall the growth of the nation.”

“These days give us inspiration and they showcase the national character. These days can inspire us to take India to newer heights.”

“We should walk together, work together and progress together. We should move ahead with this mantra.”

“The nation should move towards one target, one direction, one intention and one decision.”

“I come from a poor family and I want the poor to get dignity. We want to start a movement for a clean India. If we have to build a nation, let us start from the villages.”

“All the previous governments have contributed in developing India. I offer my respects to all previous governments and Prime Ministers.”

“From a chaprasi to Cabinet Secretary, every government servant in competent. We will harness that strength.”

“I want to ask every mother and father, you ask your daughters ‘where are you going, who are you going with’. Why don’t you ask that to your son? Why not put the same yardsticks for them too?”

“I appeal to the doctors not to kill the girl-child in the mother’s womb. I request the parents not to kill the girl-child because they want a son.”

“Each of has a natural instinct to rise like a flame. Lets nurture that instinct.”

“Our mission is skill development. There can be no development with a satiated system.”

“The mantra of our country’s youth should be to at least make 1 product that we import. Don’t compromise in manufacturing; Stress on Zero defect, Zero effect (impact of environment). Our manufacturing should have zero defects so that our products should not be rejected in the global market. Besides, we should also keep in mind that manufacturing should not have any negative impact on our environment.”

“Not only the people of nepal but also those who believe in the power of democracy are looking at nepat and this assembly.”

“People ask what is your vision, what is your big vision? I say bhai, I got here by way of selling tea(crowd erupts in applause).

I am a simple(chota) man. I like focusing on simple and small tasks. I want to accomplishing big things for the little guy.”

“IT+IT=IT; Indian talent + Information technology = India Tomorrow”

“We do not need ACTS but Action.”

“Can someone tell me, whatever we are doing, have we asked ourselves if our work has helped the poor or come to benefit the nation in any way? We should come out of the ‘Why should I care’ or ‘how will I benefit’ attitude and dedicate ourselves to the nation’s progress.”

“From ramparts of the Red Fort, I would like to call people of the world to ‘come, make in India’. I want to tell the global companies that we have skill, talent and discipline. From electronics to electricals, from chemicals to pharmaceuticals, come, make in India. Paper to plastic, automobiles to agricultural products, come, make in India, from satellite to submarine, come, make in India. We have the capabilities. Come here and manufacture in India. Sell the products anywhere in the world but manufacture here… we have the power, come I am inviting you.”

“India’s sex ratio is 1000 boys for 940 girls. Who creates this disparity? It isn’t God. Don’t fill your coffers by sacrificing the mother’s womb. People feel that sons will take care of them when they are old. But I have seen aged parents in old-age homes. I have seen families where one daughter serves parents more than five sons.”