Some of the Best Quotes of PM Narendra Modi from Man Vs Wild



The much-awaited and hyped episode of Man Vs. Wild, featuring our beloved Prime Minister Modi and the Host Bear Grylls, aired last night. This was the second time a world leader was featured on the show. Earlier Former President of USA, Barrack Obama featured in it. In an eventful episode, Grylls promised to keep the PM alive in the wild and went on a remarkable journey through forests and rivers.This episode was about increasing awareness about wild life and why should be preserve it.

"He is cold, he is wet but he is a hero."
                    - Bear Grylls

Among several things that occurred in the epsiode, here are some of the key highlights and exchanges between the PM of India and the king of the wild Bear Grylls.


1)At the age of 17-18, I left my home to understand the world better. I decided to go to the Himalayas because I liked nature. Those moments still continue to drive me.
                    - PM Narendra Modi

2)My mother said to me this is wrong. You cannot do this. You should not do this, put it back. I went and put it back,"
                    - PM Narendra Modi



3) My values don’t allow me to take a life. 
                    - PM Narendra Modi



4)Jim Corbett National Park is a great place for people to experience nature. People who are interested in the environment and its issues should come and visit this lovely place,
                    - PM Narendra Modi



5) In India, every plant is seen as God.
                    - PM Narendra Modi



6) It never occurs to me who I am. I have never cared about anything else but work. The position, the designation doesn't matter.
                    - PM Narendra Modi

.7) Someone from outside cannot clean my India, the people of India make India clean. Personal hygiene is in the culture of the Indian people. We need to develop the habit of social hygiene. Mahatma Gandhi has done a lot of work on it and recently we have seen success in this regard. I believe India will succeed in this endeavour very soon.

source: discovery