Call it luck, role of stars or the outcome of his indefatigable work style round the clock, whichever field Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India, enters is an instant success. The latest being his talks with students on the Teachers Day the 5th of September’ 2014 which proved to be a tremendous success when a great message on hard work was heralded by him. The event was preceded by his another hit –his most successful a visit to Japan. His success stories are forming a great history in Indian subcontinent eliciting laurels from different quarters globally adding much bigger a pride to all Indians. One can well imagine the hard home work he does to secure success on all counts –be it a matter of developmental activities or any message to the Nation on the ethics of hard work meticulously put in. There are many who tried to put hurdles on his address to the children/ students, some like Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamta Banerjee even released an appeal to boycott such a schedule of his. Such an action on her part was obviously branded by the people as childish and envious. The Indians in fact owe the Prime Minister Narendra Modi their gratitude the way he has harnessed himself to the cause of upliftment of the country on all counts.