5 avatars of PM Modi that prove his love for 'desi' & 'videshi' attiresPrime Minister Narendra Modi is famous for making style statements wherever he goes. Be it his foreign visits or a local appearance, the PM makes sure that he grabs the eyeballs, of course, for his
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is famous for making style statements wherever he goes. Be it his foreign visits or a local appearance, the PM makes sure that he grabs the eyeballs, of course, for his outstanding dressing sense.
Even At the age of 64 years- the Prime Minister, with his impeccable style, can give complex to fashionistas at any odd day.
Congress vice President Rahul Gandhi may have termed NaMo government as “Suit-boot ki sarkar”, but not to forget, our PM has not confined himself to videshi dressing only.
In the past one year, time and again he spilled the glamour in both Western as well as Indian avatars. And one thing which is prominent with all his styles is the fancy headgear.
From wearing iconic saffron and green safa on the Independence Day to spotting western hats on foreign visits, Narendra Modi has always been the hot favorite of shutterbugs.
To give you insights into his style-statement; here is a quick comparison between his western-style dressing and traditional outfits.
1. 15 August Vs 26 January
PM Narendra Modi chose to wear traditional kurta pajama with safa on I-day while he was spotted wearing suit on the Republic day, but he couldn't keep his colorful pagdi at bay.
2. PM Modi in Mongolia
PM Narendra Modi was seen in the official suit-boot while meeting his Mongolian counterpart while he attired traditional Mongolian costume, topped with a sola hat while trying his hands on Yoochin, a traditional instrument.
3. Meeting Obama in USA and India
Modi wore a kurta pajama-teamed up with Nehru jacket when he met President Obama in USA. In contrast, PM donned pinstriped suit with his own name while greeting the US prez in India.
4. ASEAN Summit
At ASEAN Summit in Mayanmar, PM Narendra Modi made the appearance in black suit, whereas, while addressing Indian Diaspora the prime minister looked awesome in his tradition Indian attire.
5. 16 May 2014 Vs 16 May 2015
On 16 May 2014, after winning thumping majority in Lok Sabha Polls, Modi addressed the people in Vadodra wearing traditional kurta pajama.
A year later, on May 16 2015, we saw him in the official suit while addressing Indians in Shanghai.