PM Narendra Modi’s Birthday: NOW send him birthday wishes DIRECTLY through family e-card, creative videos, and photos on Namo App | Technology News

Birthday of PM Narendra Modi: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi turns 72 years old today. If you also want to celebrate Prime Minister’s birthday online and want to send his birthday wishes directly, you can do so with our new downloaded Namo app. Users can now use special features like Family e-Card, videos, virtual galleries and more to send birthday wishes to Prime Minister Narendra Modi instantly with a touch of creativity.

Namo app was launched in 2015 to get updates related to PM Narendara Modi and send messages and emails directly to them. This is yet another step by the Prime Minister to join the people of India directly through digital channels.

Here are all the new features included with which you can send your greetings:-

electronic family card

If the whole family wants to send birthday wishes to the PM, the new feature allows the user to add his entire family in one greeting. Then under the Family E-card it will be sent directly to the PM. It helps to get rid of the tedious process of sending wishes one by one by bundling the wishes into one bouquet of digital greetings. In addition, you can send wishes to the PM on behalf of your parents, grandparents, neighbors, etc., who are not as tech-savvy as you.

virtual gallery

A virtual exhibition on Prime Minister Modi’s life is hosted on the Namo app every year. This feature allows to see how he worked as a tea seller in his teens, then joined the BJP, became the Chief Minister of Gujarat and finally the Prime Minister of India.

Users will now be able to choose specific instances from PM Modi’s life that they get to know the most and produce a mini-film that conveys their thoughts and experiences this year. Any user will then be able to make a personal movie that can be shared on each of the social networks.

Send a recorded video or photo

This year users can send birthday wishes by recording a video message or sending a picture directly to the PM.

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