As soon as Narendra Modi was re-elected as the Chief Minister of Gujarat his party workers took to the streets to celebrate his big win.
Narendra Modi addressed supporters after scoring a hat-trick in state polls. Re-elected to a third term, Mr Modi also tweeted: "I thank all those who voted for us & promise those who have not voted for us that we will work harder to get your vote next time! It's a victory of Gujarat's model of Sarvasparshi (all pervasive), Sarvasamaveshak (inclusive) & Sarvangi (holistic) Vikas! I would like to thank the 6 crore people of Gujarat & the Almighty for giving us an opportunity to serve the people in the years to come."
Narendra Modi feeds sweets to BJP rebel Keshubhai Patel who he replaced as Chief Minister in 2001. Mr Patel, who leads the Gujarat Parivartan Party (GPP), defeated his BJP rival Kanubhai Bhalala from the Visavadar constituency in the Saurashtra region.
Keshubhai Patel said Narendra Modi had come to take his blessings and had done so even after winning in the 2007 elections.
Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi is fed sweets by his mother. He visited her after being re-elected to a third term to seek her blessing.
Mr Modi, Gujarat's longest serving Chief Minister, has been re-elected for a third term. In this picture, BJP workers celebrate with a poster of Narendra Modi saying: Hit and Fit for PM.
Many in the BJP believe that Narendra Modi is headed towards India's Prime Ministership. BJP party workers hold up placards that say: This is the trailer, watch the film in2014.
Taste of victory: BJP spokesperson Ravi Shankar Prasad is fed sweets after the news of the party's victory in the Gujarat elections.
Masks of victory: BJP workers wear masks in the likeness of Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi in Ahmedabad.
A crowd of posters say: Get ready for 2014
A poster of Narendra Modi which says: Modi ko harana mushkil hi nahi namumkin hai
Dance of victory: BJP supporters celebrate in Varanasi.
A BJP worker wears a mask of Narendra Modi.
BJP party workers celebrate Narendra Modi's big win at the party office in Mumbai.
BJP workers holding Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi posters to celebrate their victory.
BJP workers burst crackers outside their office in Ahmedabad.
BJP workers dance on streets as they celebrate their victory in Gujarat.
Modi's place in the sun? An umbrella features him and the BJP symbol.
Controversial BJP leader Amit Shah, former Gujarat state Home Minister, flashes the victory sign. Mr Shah, who is accused in shootout cases, won from the Naranpura constituency.
BJP leader Anandiben Patel, a senior minister in the Gujarat government, won from Ghatlodia.
Navjot Kaur Sidhu, wife of former cricketer and MP Navjot Singh Sidhu, bursts firecrackers with BJP supporters.