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Narendra Modi Net Worth 2020



Narendra Modi Net Worth

Currently, Narendra Damodardas Modi is the Prime Minister of India, and, since October 2001, he has been the Chief Minister of Gujarat. Narendra Modi is a member of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and a Hindu Nationalist. Also, he is called ‘Vikas Purush’ of India. Not to miss, the overall development of Gujarat under his ministership is mind-blowing.

Narendra Modi Net Worth as of 2020

Apparently, the net worth of Narendra Modi is 2.7 crore. Although, it is hard enough to calculate the net worth of prime minister(s). Since, they don’t require money to travel anywhere or live a luxury life. These services are free for them as they are Government workers. Therefore, no-one can figure out the money of the government workers.

Talking about the same, when Mr. Modi was the Chief Minister of Gujarat, his monthly salary was INR 210000. As per the current report, he has a balance worth INR 1129690 OR 16 thousand dollars in the SBI account. Also, his movable assets are worth of INR 2.7 crore. Additionally, he has invested approximately 1.4 crore in Fixed Deposit & MOD in SBI.

Political Career

In 1987, Narendra Modi became the General Secretary of the BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) in its Gujarat. He also played a key role in L K Advani’s Somnath-Ayodhya path Yatra in the year 1990. He was praised for the successful campaign for the party in the year 1995, and 1998 election in Gujarat. In the year 2001, Narendra Modi replaced Keshubhai Patel as Gujarat CM.

Gujarat witnessed a major riot in 2002, after the Sabarmati Express train that was attacked by a group of Muslims, thus, leading to a Hindu-Muslim riot. At first, Mr. Modi has been accused of condoning and initiating the violence in 2002; later on, he was cleared of all the blame by a SIP (Special Investigation Team) that was appointed by the Supreme Court of India.

In December 2002, he was re-elected as the CM for the second time. For the third consecutive time on Dec 20, 2012, Mr. Modi took oath as the CM of Gujarat.

On 31st March 2013, he was appointed to the BJP Parliamentary Board & in the same year, he was appointed as Chairman of the BJP’s Committee for the year 2914 general election. Narendra Modi contested from two constituencies: Vadodara and Varanasi. He won both seats defeating Madhusudan Mistry and Arvind Kejriwal.

Major Awards

  • Asian Winner of the FDI Personality of the year by FDI Magazine
  • Best Chief Minister of India in the year 2006
  • Gujarat Ratna award at the Ganesh Kala Krida Manch; the computer society of India bestowed him with the e-Ratna Award.
  • In 2012, March, Time magazine featured him on its cover page of Asian edition.

Mr. Modi is a teetotaller – He doesn’t smoke, or drink. He is a Vegetarian. Also, he is fond of writing poems & loves to do photography. He writes in Gujarati & has written a few books.

Ultimately, Mr.Modi turned out to be the favorite person for many. We hope to give you enough brief from Mr. Modi’s life.

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GONGYO Lyrics with Silent Prayers





The Importance of Doing Gongyo

Buddhism is reason. The important thing, therefore, is for each person to make wise judgments so that he or she will be able to carry out a practice of gongyo filled with joy at all times. The essential basis of our faith and practice lies in the five morning and three evening prayers that we recite during Gongyo each day. The ultimate objective of the true Buddhism of Nichiren Daishonin is the attainment of enlightenment in our present form (sokushin jobutsu). The performance of the five and three prayers in Gongyo is absolutely indispensable.

Gongyo Prayer

Myo ho ren ge kyo.
Hoben-pon. Dai ni.

Niji seson. Ju sanmai.
Anjo ni ki.Go shari-hotsu.
Sho-but chi-e. Jinjin muryo.
Go chi-e mon. Nange nannyu.
Issai shomon.Hyaku-shi-butsu.
Sho fu no chi. Sho-i sha ga.
Butsu zo shingon. Hyaku sen man noku.
Mushu sho butsu. Jin gyo sho-butsu.
Muryo doho. Yumyo shojin.
Myosho fu mon. Joju jinjin.
Mi-zo-u ho. Zui gi sho setsu.
Ishu nange. Shari-hotsu.
Go ju jo-butsu irai. Shuju innen.
Shuju hiyu. Ko en gonkyo.
Mu shu hoben. Indo shujo.
Ryo ri sho jaku. Sho-i sha ga.
Nyorai hoben. Chi-ken hara-mitsu.
Kai i gu-soku. Shari-hotsu.
Nyorai chi-ken. Kodai jinnon.
Muryo muge. Riki. Mu-sho-i. Zenjo.
Gedas. Sanmai. Jin nyu musai.
Joju issai. Mi-zo-u ho.
Shari-hotsu. Nyorai no.
Shuju fun-betsu. Gyo ses sho ho.
Gon-ji nyunan. Ekka shushin.
Shari-hotsu. Shu yo gon shi.
Muryo muhen. Mi-zo-u ho.
Bus shitsu joju. Shi shari-hotsu.
Fu shu bu setsu. Sho-i sha ga.
Bus sho joju. Dai ichi ke-u.
Nange shi ho. Yui butsu yo butsu.
Nai no kujin. Shoho jisso.

Sho-i shoho. Nyo ze so.
Nyo ze sho. Nyo ze tai.
Nyo ze riki. Nyo ze sa.
Nyo ze in. Nyo ze en.
Nyo ze ka. Nyo ze ho.
Nyo ze honmak kukyo to.

Myo ho ren ge kyo.
Nyorai ju-ryo-hon. Dai ju-roku.

Ji ga toku bu rai. Sho kyo sho kosshu.
Muryo hyaku sen man. Oku sai asogi.
Jo seppo kyoke. Mushu oku shujo.
Ryo nyu o butsu-do. Nirai muryo ko.
I do shujo ko. Hoben gen nehan.
Ni jitsu fu metsu-do. Jo ju shi seppo.
Ga jo ju o shi. I sho jin-zu-riki.
Ryo tendo shujo. Sui gon ni fu ken.
Shu ken ga metsu-do. Ko kuyo shari.
Gen kai e renbo., Ni sho katsu-go shin.
Shujo ki shin-bukui. Shichi-jiki i nyunan.
Isshin yok ken butsu. Fu ji shaku shinmyo.
Ji go gyo shuso. Ku shutsu ryojusen.
Ga ji go shujo. Jo zai shi fu-metsu.
I ho-ben-rik ko. Gen u metsu fu-metsu.
Yo-koku u shujo. Kugyo shingyo sha.
Ga bu o hi chu. I setsu mujo ho.
Nyoto fu mon shi. Tan ni ga metsu-do.
Ga ken sho shujo. Motsu-zai o kukai.
Ko fu I gen shin. Ryo go sho katus-go.
In go shin renbo. Nai shutsu I seppo.
Jin-zu-riki nyo ze. O asogi ko.
Jo zai ryojusen. Gyu yo sho jusho.
Shujo ken ko jin. Dai ka sho sho ji.
Ga shi do annon. Tennin jo juman.
Onrin sho do-kaku. Shuju ho shogon.
Hoju ta keka. Shujo sho yu-raku.
Shoten gyaku tenku. Jo sas shu gi-gaku.
U mandara ke. San butsu gyu daishu.
Ga jodo fu ki. Ni shu ken sho jin.
Ufu sho kuno. Nyo ze shitsu juman.
Ze sho zai shujo. I aku-go innen.
Ka asogi ko. Fu mon sanbo myo.
Sho u shu ku-doku. Nyuwa shichi-jiki sha.
Sokkai ken gashin. Zai shi ni seppo.
Waku-ji i shi shu. Setsu butsu-ju muryo.
Ku nai ken bussha. I setsu butsu nan chi.
Ga chi-riki nyo ze. Eko sho muryo.
Jumyo mushu ko. Ku shugo sho toku.
Nyoto u chi sha. Mot to shi sho gi.
To dan ryo yo jin. Butsu-go jip puko.
Nyo I zen hoben. I ji o shi ko.
Jitsu zai ni gon shi. Mu no sek komo.
Ga yaku I se bu. Ku sho kugen sha.
I bonbu tendo. Jitsu zai ni gon metsu.
I joken go ko. Ni sho kyoshi shin.
Ho-itsu jaku go-yoku. Da o aku-do chu.
Ga jo chi shujo. Gyo do fu gyo do.
Zui o sho ka do. I ses shuju ho.
Mai ji sa ze nen. I ga ryo shujo.
Toku nyu mu-jo do. Soku joju busshin.




Appreciation for the Gohonzon
With deepest respect, I offer my profound
gratitude and appreciation to the Gohonzon,
which embodies Nam-myoho-renge-kyo,
the essence of the Lotus Sutra.

With deepest respect, I offer my profound
gratitude and appreciation to Nichiren Daishonin,
the Buddha of the Latter Day of the Law.

With deepest respect, I offer my profound gratitude
and appreciation to Nikko Shonin.
Chant Nam-myoho-renge-kyo three times.
Appreciation for the Three Founding Presidents
I offer my profound gratitude and appreciation
for the three founding presidents of the Soka Gakkai-
Tsunesaburo Makiguchi, Josei Toda and Daisaku Ikeda
-for their noble example of selfless dedication to
propagation the Law, honouring them as the eternal
mentors of kosen-rufu.
Chant Nam-myoho-renge-kyo three times.
Prayers for Worldwide Kosen-rufu and for the deceased

I pray that the great vow for the worldwide
kosen-rufu be fulfilled and that the Soka Gakkai
International will develop in this endeavour for
countless generations to come.

I pray to accomplish my own human revolution,
change my karma and fulfil all my wishes
(Offer additional prayers here)

I pray for my deceased relatives and all those
who have passed away, particularly for these
(Sound the bell continuously while offering prayers.)

Chant Nam-myoho-renge-kyo three times.

I pray for peace throughout the world and the
happiness of all living beings.

Sound the bell and chant
Nam-myoho-renge-kyo three times to conclude.


There is one quotation from page 832 of the Gosho, “Never seek this Gohonzon outside yourself. The Gohonzon exists only within the mortal flesh of us ordinary people who embrace the Lotus Sutra and chant Nam-myoho-renge-kyo.”

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