President Murmu greets PM Narendra Modi on his 73rd birthday

PM Modi is greeted by President Murmu on his 73rd birthday

On Sunday, President Droupadi Murmu wished Prime Minister Narendra Modi a happy 73rd birthday. “Heartfelt congratulations and best wishes to Prime Minister @narendramodi on his birthday,” the President wrote on ‘X’. May your expansive vision and capable leadership pave the way for the total development of Bharat. May you always enjoy good health and happiness and that your outstanding leadership will benefit your fellow citizens.

Pushkar Singh Dhami, the chief minister of Uttarakhand, also used the ‘X’ platform to greet the prime minister. Heartfelt greetings to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his birthday, who Dhami described as “the most popular leader on the global stage, the architect of a harmonious, capable, and powerful India, the flag bearer of Sanatan culture, who paved the way for public welfare on a large scale through development-oriented policies in the last 9 years.” “Under your able leadership, may the nation advance and establish new horizons of development, I pray to Baba Kedarnath. I wish you a long, healthy, and prosperous life forever,” he continued.

On the occasion of his 73rd birthday, a BJP member in Pune also created a portrait of Prime Minister Modi out of grains and millet. The portrait is 10X18 feet in size and was made from about 60 kg of grains like wheat, lentils, and millets (Jawar, Raagi), according to BJP worker Kishor Tarwade. From September 16 to September 18, the portrait will be on display at Kalika Mata Mandir Bhavan in Pune’s Budhwar Peth neighborhood. There will be no entrance fee to view it while it is on display.

On the occasion of the prime minister’s 73rd birthday, smoke artist Deepak Biswal of Cuttack created a portrait of him that also celebrated Odisha’s magnificent heritage and featured an exquisite rendering of the wheel from the Konark Sun Temple in the background. During the recent G20 Summit, PM Modi welcomed world leaders and delegates at a presidential dinner in the nation’s capital, using the famous Konark wheel of Odisha as his backdrop.

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