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Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s brother Prahlad visits Hampi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s brother Prahlad Modi visited World Heritage Site Hampi along with his family and friends on Sunday.

Published: 17th April 2017 05:16 AM  |   Last Updated: 17th April 2017 05:16 AM   |  A+A-

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s brother Prahlad Modi at the Virupaksheshwara temple in Hampi on Sunday | Express

By Express News Service

BALLARI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s brother Prahlad Modi visited World Heritage Site Hampi along with his family and friends on Sunday. The 12-member team visited Virupaksheshwara temple around 7.30 am.

Speaking to reporters, Modi said that the visit to Hampi was an unforgettable experience. He was amazed by the art and architecture of the World Heritage Site. He was accompanied by his wife Bhagwanti Ben, relatives and friends. The group also visited Krishna temple, Krishna Bazaar, Badavi Linga, Queen’s Bath, Vijaya Vitthala temple and other monuments.

When some reporters asked his opinion on the governance of Narendra Modi, he said, “You should ask the people of the country about the administration of Modi.”

Prahlad Modi and his team are on a 15-day tour. They will visit Sringeri, Mangaluru, Mysuru, Shravanabelagola, Puducherry and Kanyakumari. Some tourists clicked selfies with Modi.



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