Narendra Modi has come up with a creative way to promote the #IncredibleIndia campaign: The Indian Prime Minister, one of the most followed world leaders on Twitter, has asked his followers to share their pictures of 'Incredible India'. His followers have been responding with enthusiasm and the results are pretty.
In his last 'Mann Ki Baat' session, a radio programme where he shares his thoughts and opinions with the country, Modi spoke about recording travelling experiences in a diary while on vacation so one could relive them with others who hadn't been to that particular region in an effort to re-discover the country. He requested his listeners to share their travelling experiences with him in the form of photographs, tagging them #IncredibleIndia, and promised to share the best ones.
As #Incredible India continues to flood Twitter, Modi's album has already caught the attention of several fans and followers - with over 13,340 shares and 2.71 lakh likes already. Here are some of the gorgeous pictures that are being featured on the page.
Here are a few others that have been shared on Twitter - Modi has also been retweeting these pictures:
An amazing view of Lonavala-Khandal Ghat (Pune) in rainy seasonJune 2, 2015
Golconda Fort, HyderabadJune 1, 2015
Fall season- early october pic.twitter.com/nO7zQFUZ2h— Kruti (@jalebi9) June 2, 2015