Here is a list of books Prime Minister Narendra Modi has written in recent years.
Comfortable action – continuity for change
Comfortable Action – Continuity for Change, written by PM Narendra Modi, is a book that reflects honest intentions, commitment and implementation to address the global problem of climate change. The book is available in major cities in the US, UK, France, Canada, Australia, Malaysia and Japan.
In 2015, during the COP21 summit, the book “Convenient Action – Continuity for Change” was published.
In this book, PM Modi speaks at length about India’s efforts to transform into a low-carbon economy.
The book highlights Prime Minister Modi’s vision and strategy to drive pragmatic policy development towards positive climate action and paves the way for the integration of climate change adaptation into all aspects of policy formulation and implementation.
letter to mother
Prime Minister Modi made a habit of writing letters to “Jagat Janani” every night before bed when he was young. The book “Letter to Mother” was published in June 2020 by Padma Shri Prize-winning journalist Bhawana Somaaya.
“I’m not a writer, most of us aren’t; but everyone seeks expression, and when the urge to vent becomes overwhelming, there’s no choice but to take pen and paper, not necessarily writing, but looking inward and unraveling what’s on the heart and in the head happened and why,” PM Modi quoted the publisher as saying.
There’s a raw intensity in this book, a seething unrest that he doesn’t hide and that’s what draws him.”
abode of love
As a charismatic politician and successful Prime Minister of India, very few people know the author Modi. The book Abode of Love was written between 1975 and 1977 when the country was declared a state of emergency.
The stories in this book are about love and were published in 2018.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s belief is that a mother’s love is the source of all love and that the kind of love we experience in our lives are reflections and shades of a mother’s love.
India’s Singapore Story
India’s Singapore Story was published in 2015. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is on a two-day trip to Singapore, delivered the 37th Singapore Lecture highlighting the success of “India’s Singapore Story”.
The 37th Singapore Lecture was held in November 2015
In his presentation, PM Modi said, “We are building the India of our dreams and Singapore is a key partner in this endeavor”.
Prime Minister Modi, who was associated with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) first as a worker and then as “Prachaarak”, gives detailed insights into the lives of the people featured in “Jyotipunj”.
Jyoti Punj was originally released in 2008.
Written by PM Modi, this book pays homage to the many Swayamsevaks of the Sangh who gave their all for the nation.
This is the story of the “Karamveer” who spent their lives in the service of the fatherland. Reading some episodes from the book makes your eyes water. This selflessness, this belonging, restrictions and this struggle of the emergency days, this attitude towards society is really inspiring.