The Bharatiya Janata Party's Narendra Modi had sought 60 months from the Indian electorate to transform the country. After taking charge as the Prime Minister of India, he was quick in framing rules for his ministers and took some strong decisions.
From his swearing-in ceremony to his first foreign visit to Bhutan, we track the PM's first 30 days in office and bring to you the top 10 moments of the 'Modi sarkar'.
Modi with SAARC leaders
Prime Minister Narendra Modi invited leaders of Saarc countries for his swearing-in ceremony on May 26. Modi described the invitation to Saarc leaders as a "right decision at the right time" and said his first major foreign policy initiative had sent out a message to the world about India's strength.
President Pranab Mukherjee, Vice President Hamid Ansari and Prime Minister Narendra Modi with heads of SAARC countries after the swearing-in ceremony at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi. PTI Photo
A day after he was sworn in as India's 15th PM, Modi met Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif at Hyderabad House. He asked his Pakistan counterpart to clamp down on terror and fast-track trade to bridge the trust deficit.
Nawaz Sharif and Narendra Modi prior to a meeting at Hydrabad House, in New Delhi on May 27. (Ajay Aggarwal / HT Photo)
First day in Parliament
In his first address to party colleagues in Parliament, Modi bowed in respect at the steps of the House and gave a 30-minute speech that moved almost everyone present in the Central Hall.
First speech in Lok Sabha
In this combo photo, PM Narendra Modi bows down in respect at the steps of the Parliament house upon his arrival to attend the BJP parliamentary party meeting in New Delhi on May 20. (Sonu Mehta/ HT Photo)
Delivering his first speech in Parliament, the PM spoke of the urgent need to clean up politics, arming the youth with job-acquiring skills and ensuring equitable development. He also lashed out at politicians offering outrageous explanations for a spate of rapes in the country.
PM chairs cabinet meeting
Narendra Modi during the discussion on President's address in Lok Sabha in New Delhi. (PTI Photo / TV Grab)
Modi instructed his ministers to prepare their respective agenda for the first 100 days in office and ensure their time-bound delivery.
Modi chairing the first Cabinet Meeting of his government in New Delhi. (PTI Photo)
Visit to Bhutan
In his first foreign visit after becoming the PM, Modi met Bhutanese King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and called for greater economic ties. Terming the bilateral ties as Bharat to Bhutan (B2B) relations, Modi said India and Bhutan are "made for each other" considering the "glorious" traditional linkages between the two countries.
In this handout photograph released by the Royal Office of Media Bhutan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stands with Bhutanese King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck (R) and former Bhutanese King Jigme Singye Wangchuck (L) during a cultural event at the Tashichhodzong Palace in Thimphu on June 16. (AFP Photo/Royal Office of Media Bhutan)
Modi interacts with secretaries of the government
In his interaction with top bureaucrats, the PM asked them to shake off outdated practices and harness information technology.
Modi interacts with Secretaries of the Government of India, during their meeting in New Delhi. (PTI Photo)
When Nawaz Sharif gifted a 'white sari' to Modi's mother, the PM thanked his Pakistani counterpart and took to Twitter to announce this. Earlier, the PM had gifted a shawl to Sharif's mother during latter's visit to India.
PM Modi's mother Hiraba looks at the 'sari' sent for her by Pakistani prime minister Nawaz Sharif as a gift, in Gandhinagar. (PTI Photo)
In a surprise praise for the PM, Congress leader Shashi Tharoor said Modi was looking to turn himself from a "hate figure into an avatar of modernity and progress". "We should acknowledge that this may be the evolution of Modi 2.0 but if Modi 1.0 re-emerges, then we will robustly oppose him," Tharoor said.
File photos of Congress candidate Shashi Tharoor and PM Narendra Modi.
Modi on board INS Vikaramaditya
In his first domestic outing, after taking charge as the PM, Modi visited India's largest warship, INS Vikramaditya, in Goa. He addressed the naval personnel onboard the ship off the Goa coast, calling the addition of the warship as a historic step and asserted India would not be intimidated by any power.
PM Modi sits in an aircraft onboard INS Vikramaditya in Goa. (AFP Photo)