A day after addressing Indian diaspora in Westminster Central Hall, London, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday posted a 10-line poem in Gujarati on his official Twitter handle @narendramodi. Yesterday, answering a question, Narendra Modi said he writes poems in Gujarati. While posting the self-written Gujarati poem on Twitter, PM Modi said, “Here is my poem ‘Ramata Ram Akela’, which I had referred to during the programme in London last evening.”
In the London event moderated by lyricist and chairman of Central Board of Film Certification, Prasoon Joshi, Modi shared his personal experiences with the audience.
This is not the first time that PM Modi has shared a poem on social media times, earlier he has publicly expressed his love for poems in his mother tongue. Modi is also the author of various books written by him. In the event held at United Kingdom’s London, PM Modi was asked by someone share few couplets of his poetry, but that time he said I can’t remind this time, but I will definetly share on social media soon. In 2014, he wrote a book called ‘A Journey’, in which he shared his inner self and poems written by him. The book was translated by Ravi Mantha. Soon after Modi recited a few poems in the blockbuster event, Prasoon Joshi called him a Kavijraj.