New Delhi, Feb 22: As the Lok Sabha elections approach, Narendra Modi gets busier with rallies in various parts of the country, affirming and re-affirming himself as the leader of the future. While is sarcastic and humorous images of the opposition add colour to his rally speeches, his attire, which differs from place to place, adds colour to his charisma.
Be it Guwahati, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh or Himachal Pradesh, he was one among the crowd, spotting the traditional attire, speaking their language and discussing theur problems. But the promise that he made was same everywhere: A better India and better administration.
Best of Modi speeches
"My experience in Gujarat shows howsoever big a problem might be, it is not insurmountable if we have the will to act."
"Each of us has a natural instinct to rise like a flame of the lamp. Let's nurture the instinct."
"If seeds of good humanity and good culture are sown, the rewards of a rich harvest can be reaped by generations to come . Education means such sowing, such harvesting."
"I didn't become CM On 07.10.2001. I have always been CM. I am CM today and I always be CM. For me CM means Common Man."
"Dreams are not seen when you sleep; dreams are those that don't let you sleep."
Gujarat Chief Minister and BJP's PM candidate Narendra Modi wears a turban at a stall during inauguration of five-day long handicraft exhibition in Ahmedabad on Friday.
BJP's prime ministerial candidate and Gujarat state Chief Minister Narendra Modi being felicitated by party's workers at "Bharatha Gellisi" rally in Mangalore , Karnataka on Tuesday.
BJP Prime Ministerial Candidate and Gujarat CM Narendra Modi addresses a rally in Davangere, Kartanaka on Tuesday.
BJP Prime Ministerial Candidate Narendra Modi addresses a rally in Sujanpur, Himachal Pradesh on Sunday.
BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, wearing Assamese japi' waves at the crowd during the "Mahajagaran Rally" in Guwahati on Saturday.
BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi waves at crowd at a public meeting in Imphal West on Saturday.
BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi being garlanded by party seniors at a "Public Meeting" at Vandalur near Chennai on Saturday.
In Arunachal Pradesh
Modi assured the people of Arunachal Pradesh that no power in the world can snatch away the state from India. He also spoke about the tourism potential of the state, emphasising on 'Buddhist tourism' . Arunachal is as beautiful as Switzerland, said Modi, adding that 3 Hs, H- Herbal, Horticulture and Handicrafts, can give lot of opportunities to the people in the state.