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Narendra Modi: The Man, The Times focuses on the life of Narendra Modi, who was sworn in as the Chief Minister of Gujarat for the fourth time, on 26th December 2012. The book explores the various facets to Modi's personality, from him being accused of murder, to being applauded for bringing about development. Modi has been blamed for bringing about a virtual separation between Gujarat and the rest of India, even though he has managed to win the necessary elections to stay alive in a democracy.This book has been written, after a good amount of in-depth research on Narendra Modi. The author has traveled to various places in order to gather the necessary information. The book explores various lesser-known facts about Narendra Modi, such as his meek upbringing.As a young boy, Narendra Modi used to sell tea to help his father out. He also used to help a political letter by distributing badges and chanting slogans, to garner support for him. After all this, Modi left behind all that he had and the people who mattered to him, in search of his own identity. That was what led to his entry into the RSS, which was later followed by his rise to fame, after the Godhra riots of 2002. This book offers you a deep understanding of what really brought about the fame and success that Narendra Modi enjoys today.