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The many hats donned by PM Modi

December 01, 2014 14:57 IST
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi, considered stylish by many, dons several hats quite literally.

From the traditional headgear of Nagaland, to the pagadi to the Assamese traditional japi, Modi has worn it all.

Here’s a look at PM Modi’s best looks:


Prime Minister Narendra Modi has added to the array of his images in colourful local headgear. On Monday, he spoke at a festival in Nagaland wearing a traditional tribal headpiece that symbolizes a hornbill.


While campaigning for the general elections, Modi also donned the traditional Assamese japi in Gogamukh in Lakhimpur district in northeastern Assam. Photograph: Utpal Baruah/Reuters


While he was in Arunachal during the Lok Sabha elections campaigning, the prime minister wore a dumuluk, a traditional headgear of the Adi tribe.


PM Modi looked oh so academic and scholarly when he donned the graduation robes and headgear while he addressed students at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences convocation in October.


The PM also wore a Punjabi pagdi while he addressed crowds in Jagraon in Ludhiana during the national elections. 

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