Recently, PM Modi visited the Kedarnath temple to offer prayers and meditate as the Indian Lok Sabha elections come to an end.
Prayed at the Kedarnath Temple. Har Har Mahadev! pic.twitter.com/ox7LMCZmfi— Chowkidar Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) May 18, 2019
PM Modi also meditated at the Rudra meditation cave, which is available for just ₹990 a day, and is equipped with all modern facilities, like electricity, drinking water facility and a washroom.
#ModiInKedarnath— Milind Khandekar (@milindkhandekar) May 19, 2019
-‘Rudra Gufa’ is developed by Garhwal tourism, opened this month.
-Modi is second visitor, Jay Shah(from Maharashtra)spent 3 days.
– ₹990 is per day charge, can be booked by anyone.
-Cave has water, power, bed , phone, food provided at extra cost. pic.twitter.com/Pk1BAPzKJY
However, the trip–that was characterized by a red carpet entrance and photo ops–turned to be exactly what Twitterati was looking for to create the latest spree of memes.
World-renowned Actor Narendra Modi attends Cannes Film Festival in Kedarnath Temple. (2019) pic.twitter.com/LQTnF4y9mL— Chicha علی Vaidya (@AuntyHindutva) May 18, 2019
How much meditation time did he actually get in between the cameras, sleep, dinner and now greeting devotees? https://t.co/CJ8JcUISbP— Rupa Subramanya (@rupasubramanya) May 19, 2019
Modi becomes the first human being to tweet from a cave!!!— santhosh kottayi (@kottayimavoor) May 18, 2019
Modi ji praying to Lord Camera while Lord Shankara be like… pic.twitter.com/D1aiYcEMwp— Don Tippler (@MrTippler) May 18, 2019
HOLY MODI— Amit Varma (@amitvarma) May 18, 2019
Modiji said, “Amit, things are grave.
So I will go and pray in a cave.
Cameras will gyrate,
And I will meditate.
Just the kind of tamasha I crave.” pic.twitter.com/IdLzAljX6Q
1) How ordinary people visit Kedarnath Mandir.— History of India (@RealHistoryPic) May 18, 2019
2) How a gareeb aadmi visit Kedarnath Mandir.
What a fabulous designer cave. Do I spot a bed sheet? 5 star meditation with ANI pic.twitter.com/koWwljFQga— Swati Chaturvedi (@bainjal) May 18, 2019
This picture scared the hell out of me.— Nadeem Sharief ندیم شریف नदीम शरीफ (@INadeemSharief) May 18, 2019
It looked something like paranormal activity 🌚
I thought that its a ghost 👿 .
But when i came to know that its a cameraman and not a ghost, i had sigh of relief.#ModiInKedarnath pic.twitter.com/6QyQNWAHVp
PM Modi is meditating alone in a cave at Kedarnath. Alone, in front of cameras & the crew which is recording visuals and taking his pictures.— Gaurav Pandhi गौरव पांधी (@GauravPandhi) May 18, 2019
No one has mocked Hindu faith & its practices as Nautanki Modi has! pic.twitter.com/BzdGMh0EcL
Is there a red carpet for all pilgrims at Kedarnath or is that reserved only for some special pilgrims? I thought everyone was equal in front of god… pic.twitter.com/GjFqI9SX1l— Rohini Singh (@rohini_sgh) May 18, 2019
Some travelogues just write themselves.