Tourist at heart, Prime Minister Narendra Modi couldn’t stop himself from clicking and sharing a picture of Himachal Pradesh’s scenic beauty. PM Modi shared an aerial video of Himachal Pradesh on his social media handles on Thursday. Along with the video he expressed in his caption ‘the scenic beauty of Himachal Pradesh never fails to amaze me.’
Moreover, he also shared an aerial video of the Kullu on October 5. The clippings were taken on his one-day visit to Himachal Pradesh to inaugurate various development projects.
‘Spellbound’ By The Scenic Beauty Of Himachal Pradesh:
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The 14-second video was as serene as the huge water body in it, overlooked by a blanket of clouds.
PM Modi posted the video on Facebook and wrote, ‘Whenever I come to Himachal Pradesh, I’m simply spellbound by the natural beauty here!’. He was awe-struck by the natural beauty and couldn’t cherish it enough.
But this wasn’t the first time he was left amazed by the natural beauty of the hilly state. He also shared a similar video of the scenery during his last visit to Himachal Pradesh on 5 October 2022. Just before landing on the hill station of Kullu, he posted an aerial video captured from his helicopter of the mountain-blanketed town.
The Prime Minister surely finds solace in the mountains and never misses the chance to appreciate what nature has to offer.
Projects Inaugurated & Developed During His Visit
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As a part of the recent visit to the state on 13 October 2022, the Prime Minster was present to inaugurate the fourth Vande Bharat Express Train. The train deaprted from Una and will run from Amb Andaura, Himachal Pradesh to New Delhi. He also laid the foundation stone of the Bulk Drug Park at Haroli. PM Modi also launched the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Una, the foundation stone for which was launched by him in 2017.
India is such a diverse land, and of course, no one can hold themselves back from appreciating its beauty on the internet. So, how could the Prime Minister of the country!
Cover image courtesy: Narendra Modi’s official Facebook page; Wikimedia commons