PM Modi wears bandhani print Rajasthani headgear for I-Day celebrations (Ld)


Beyond merely showcasing tradition, his clothing carries symbolism — which is mostly about nation-building and well-being. PM Modi’s distinctive outfits during the Independence Day events have consistently captured the nation’s attention.

Addressing the nation from the historic Red Fort, he opted for a classic cream-coloured kurta and churidar, paired with a jacket featuring intricate chain-like patterns, and a safa with bandhani print in yellow, green and red.

It is noteworthy that the Assembly elections of Rajasthan are scheduled later this year where the Bharatiya Janata Party is hoping to return to power.

Last year, PM Modi wore a white headgear embellished with patterns resembling our national flag’s saffron and green hues. He paired it with a white kurta and churidar, topped with a powder blue jacket and black shoes.

This day marks India’s liberation from two centuries of British colonial rule, characterised by oppression and subjugation.

Independence Day festivities pay tribute to the unwavering dedication and sacrifices of our brave leaders and freedom fighters, who dedicated their lives to the nation’s betterment.

Donning traditional attire, PM Modi proudly hoisted the national flag for the tenth consecutive year at the Red Fort.


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