Prime Minister Narendra Modi is no aam aadmi. Besides the fact that he is the Prime Minister of a country with more than a billion people, and that he is popular and powerful, there are more reasons to envy him.
In a span of one year, he has made 27 trips and visited 25 countries and in all, at a cost of Rs41.1 crores.
Now, if you describe yourself as a traveller and feel wanderlust as one of the strongest emotions, you know who is setting goals for you--The Indian Prime Minister.
However, when it comes to doing things on a trip, Modi is exactly like us. Getting clicked in front famous monuments, or posing in local attires, or spotting a beautiful beach, taking a picture and putting the perfect filter on it to showcase photography skills--the globetrotting Prime Minister does not shy away from any of these.
A look at some of his photos from his Instagram account will make you believe Modi is exactly like you and me.
He asks his friends to take a photo while posing with the camera.
Spot a good location? Take picture, choose filter, Instagram it.
Take photos with your friend, especially when you discover new things in a new country. That's what all travelers do.
You cannot forget the group photos. How will your other friends know who you are hanging with?
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Don't forget to take photos with the famous people you meet.
Take photos with your friend's kids.
Doing touristy things--like riding along the Seine in Paris.
One photo with the Golden Temple, please? Don't cut me out.
Walk along the ocean.
Ever seen those photos of people who go to Kashmir, wear a Pheran, and pose on a shikara? That's how our PM does it too. Wear the traditional clothes of a place to show you are embracing the local culture.
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