Surprising many, Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi wore a sporty, flamboyant outfit as he carried out a check on the progress of Sabarmati river front development project in Ahmedabad on thursday.
Modi posed for cameras as his ministers and bureacracts looked on. Someting that MOdi rarely does, perhaps another makeover.Taking a shot at the cowbody image.
For his 3000th day as Chief Minister of Gujarat, Narendra Modi put on quite a spread for journalists. The real offering was exercise supervised by an expert. (NDTV Photo)
His rationale: he understands the grueling routines of reporters, and wanted to do his bit to keep them healthy. Modi's senior ministers were also made to stretch, push and pull in the physiotherapy session, even as their eyes kept wandering over to the buffet spread nearby. (NDTV Photo)
Modi's sporty look comes after he was spotted a few weeks ago sporting a Pathani dress with sports shoes inspecting projects along the Sabarmati River. Narendra Modi makes sure he never goes out of style.
Modi was in Rann of Kutch during the three-day annual 'Chintan Shibir' organised by Gujarat government, ahead of the crucial UN Summit to discuss the climate issue.
Surprising many with a makeover of sorts, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi was seen wearing a sporty, flamboyant outfit as he carried out a check on the progress of Sabarmati river front development project in Ahmedabad on Thursday.
Modi, taking a shot at the cowboy image, posed for cameras as his ministers and bureaucrats looked on. (PTI Photo)
Dressed in his usual kurtas, Narendra Modi wears a traditional hat and gestures to the crowd, during an election rally in Rangia, west of Guwahati.
Standing tall, Narendra Modi, dressed up smartly in white.
Development in Gujarat has come a long way under Modi's leadership- little wonder that he is every industrialist's dream.
Clearing meaning business, both in words and attire, Modi is seen here addressing NRI investors in Gujarat.
Displaying one of his many dressing styles on one of his visits to the border, Narendra Modi seen taking a camel ride with a BSF officer, dressed in a suit.
One of BJPs senior most leader, Narendra Modi seen here in the colours of his party.
With Hindus forming the majority of his votebank, Modi is usually seen sporting saffron in his election rallies.
Always dressed for the occasion, Modi seen here wearing a saffron coloured kurta, participates in a Shastra Puja or weapon worshipping ceremony to mark Dussehra at his residence in Gandhinagar on September 28, 2009.
Earlier Modi performed Shastra Puja of these weapons belonging to the elite National Security Guards and the guards engaged with his security.
Dressed in traditional Gujarati attire, Chief Minister Narendra Modi displaying his signature victory pose.
Casual yet assertive, Narendra Modi, sporting a blue kurta, shakes a firm hand with members of the Indian cricket team. (PTI Photo)