Prime Minister Narendra Modi kicked off his 69th birthday by visiting the Statue of Unity and Sardar Sarovar Dam. He landed in Gujarat on Monday (September 16) night and flew from Gandhinagar to Kevadia on Tuesday (September 17) morning. On a visit to his home state, Modi offered prayers to goddess Narmada at the Sardar Sarovar dam. (Image: @PMOIndia/Twitter)
After an action-packed day involving a visit to the Sardar Sarovar dam and a public address, Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid a visit to his mother Heeraben at her residence in Gandhinagar, Gujarat. (Image: News18)
PM Narendra Modi seeks blessings from his mother Heeraben at her residence in Gandhinagar, Gujarat. (Image: News18)
In 2018, Prime Minister Narendra Modi celebrated his 68th birthday at his parliamentary constituency Varanasi with school children. He also gave gifts including solar lamp, stationary, school bags and notebooks to the students of the school.
After spending his 68th birthday with students, the Prime Minister offered prayers at the Kashi Vishwanath temple in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, where he was accompanied by chief minister Yogi Adityanath among others. (Image: ANI)
On PM Modi's 68th birthday, minister of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) unveiled a 568-kg ladoo which had 'Happy Birthday Modiji' written on it. It was on September 17, 2018, Navajivan Trust, founded by Mahatma Gandhi, published the Gujarati version of the Exam Warriors by PM Modi. With this PM Modi became only the third prime minister of India to be published by Navajivan Trust.
In 2017, Prime Minister Narendra Modi celebrated his birthday by dedicating the mega Sardar Sarovar Dam project to the nation amidst chanting of Vedic hymns by students.
On his 67th birthday, PM Modi visited the residence of Marshal of Indian Air Force Arjan Singh who died on September 16.
On his 66th birthday, on September 17, 2016, Prime Minister visited Gandhinagar to meet his mother Heeraba to seek her blessings. (Image: Twitter)
After seeking his mother's blessings, PM Modi attended a function in Navsari where aid was distributed to the differently-abled people. Around 989 lamps were lit simultaneously, making it a Guinness World Record. (Image: Guinness World Records)
In 2015, on his 65th birthday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Shauryanjali, a military exhibition to mark the golden jubilee of Indo-Pak War of 1965. He said that the valour and sacrifice of the armed forces during the war would remain etched in every Indians memory.
On Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 65th birthday, a 365-kg ladoo was also unveiled on which it was written "Happy Birthday Modiji".
Ahead of his 65th birthday on September 17, 2015, Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Indian badminton ace Saina Nehwal in New Delhi. Nehwal, who won silver at the 2015 World Badminton Championships, gifted PM Modi the racquet which with she played the match. (Image: Twitter)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi celebrated 64th birthday and his first after coming to power in 2014 by seeking blessings of his mother Heeraba in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. PM Modi's mother blessed her son and gave him Rs 5,001 as a birthday gift, which the Prime Minister donated to the Jammu and Kashmir flood relief fund. (Image: Twitter)
On his 64th birthday on September 17, 2014, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also hosted a special dinner for Chinese President Xi Jinping in Ahmedabad. (Image: PIB)