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Ram Nath Kovind Launches Book ‘Naye Bharat Ka Samveda’ on PM Modi

Former President Shri Ramnath Kovind graced the launch of ‘Naye Bharat ka Samaveda,’ a seminal collection spotlighting Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s impactful speeches, delving deep into the core essence and values embedded in our nation’s Constitution. Prime Minister Narendra Modi (born September 17, 1950) is a passionate writer, poet and lover of culture. Books have been written on Narendra Modi by many Indian and foreign authors.

Some of the major books written by Indian and foreign authors on Narendra Modi are mentioned as follows:

Books by Various Authors:

  • ‘Karmayoddha Granth’: Released by Amit Shah, this book provides insights into the life of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
  • ‘Narendra Modi: A Political Biography’ by Andy Marino: Offers a comprehensive view of Modi’s political journey.
  • ‘Centrestage: Inside the Narendra Modi Model of Governance’ by Uday Mahurkar: Explores the governance model crafted by Modi.
  • ‘Modi: Making of a Prime Minister’ by Vivian Fernandez: Examines leadership, governance, and performance.
  • ‘The Man of the Moment: Narendra Modi’ by M V Kamath and Kalindi Randeri: Chronicles Modi’s journey from a tea seller’s son to the CM of Gujarat.
  • ‘The NaMo Story: A Political Life’ by Kingshuk Nag: Traces Narendra Modi’s political trajectory.
  • ‘Narendra Modi: The Game changer’ by Sudesh Verma: Highlights Modi’s transformative impact.
  • ‘The Modi Effect: Inside Narendra Modi’s Campaign to Transform India’ by Lance Price: Offers insights into Modi’s campaign strategies.
  • ‘Narendrayan: Story of Narendra Modi’ by Girish Dabke: Presents a narrative on Narendra Modi’s story.
  • ‘Modi: Common Man’s PM’ by Kishor Makwana: Explores Modi’s connect with the common man.
  • ‘Narendra Modi Change We Can Believe’ by Sanjay Gaura: Discusses the belief in Modi’s transformative potential.
  • ‘Prernamurti Narendra Modi’ by Shukla Sangeeta: Sheds light on the inspirational side of Narendra Modi.
  • War Room: The People, Tactics and Technology behind Narendra Modi’s 2014 Win’ by N.P Ullekh: Analyzes the strategy behind Modi’s electoral success.
  • ‘Narendra Modi: Yes, He Can’ by D.P. Singh: Explores the can-do attitude of Narendra Modi.
  • For the People: Narendra Modi’ by Urvish Kantharia: Focuses on Modi’s commitment to the people.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Literary Works:

  • ‘Exam Warriors’ (in English and Hindi): A guide for students navigating exams.
  • ‘A Journey: Poems by Narendra Modi’: Reflects the poetic side of the Prime Minister.
  • ‘Jyotipunj’ (in English and Hindi): A compilation of essays.
  • ‘Waqt ki Mang’: A collection of Modi’s speeches.
  • ‘Premtirth’, ‘Social Harmony’, ‘Nayanam Idam Dhanayam’: Poetic reflections by Narendra Modi.
  • ‘Sakshi Bhaav’, ‘Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas’ (Marathi): Works emphasizing inclusivity and development.
  • ‘The Great Himalayan Climb’ by Narendra Modi and Captain M.S. Kohli: Narrates the 1965 Indian Expedition’s Everest triumph.
  • ‘From Crippling Emotions to Can-Do Attitude’ by Narendra Modi and Jayapriya: A guide on countering negativity.
  • ‘Setubandh’, ‘Aapaatkaal Mein Gujarat’, ‘Ek Soch Dharm Ki’ by Jagdish Upasane and Narendra Modi: Works showcasing Modi’s thoughts.
  • ‘Bhavyatra’, ‘Janiye Mere Bare Me’ (Hindi Edition): Insights into Modi’s journey and reflections.
  • ‘Sakshibhav’: Underscores the importance of being a witness to history.


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