Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday arrived at Port Blair in Andaman & Nicobar Islands for the renaming of three islands. He took to Instagram sharing pictures from the "scenic" Port Blair. And his traditional attire has impressed social media users. Modi sported a traditional mundu mostly worn by men in South India and a kurta, his trademark garment. His finished his 'new look' with a customary white Uttariya (traditional scarf).
Ahead of various events, he also paid tributes to the martyrs of the freedom struggle. PM Posting a picture of him basking in the early morning sunrise, PM took to Sunday writing, "A morning in scenic Port Blair…an early sunrise and traditional attire. Thinking about the brave heroes of our freedom struggle, who gave their lives for our freedom." Diwali 2018: Narendra Modi's 'Kurta-Jacket' Combo a Hit Among Youngsters.
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Modi's looks were in talks when he became the Prime Minister of the country in 2014. His colourful straight kurtas with matching pyjamas often made headlines. The PM arrived in Port Blair on Saturday for the renaming ceremony of three islands. Ross Island, Neil Island and Havelock Island will be renamed as Netaji Subash Chandra Bose Island, Shaheed Dweep and Swaraj Dweep, respectively. The event is to mark the 75th year of freedom fighter Subhash Chandra Bose hoisting the national flag at Port Blair. PM Narendra Modi Renames Ross, Neil, and Havelock Islands as Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Island, Shaheed Dweep and Swaraj Dweep Respectively During Visit to Andamans.
Modi also visited the Tsunami Memorial at Car Nicobar today and laid a wreath at the memorial. He also lighted a candle at the Wall of Lost Souls and is set to inaugurate the Industrial Training Institute (ITI) at Arong. The Prime Minister will also address a public meeting and lay the foundation stone for some infrastructure projects today.