Modi Spelling ‘Strength’ is the Funniest Thing You’ll See Today

We all make mistakes, don’t we? It’s okay to make mistakes, however, there is a difference between making mistakes and making a mockery of yourself.

When a leader makes a mistake, it becomes a talking point for everyone. We often forget how to spell some difficult words, but, not like Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi does.

Modi’s video is making rounds on social media where he spells the word ‘strength’ explaining how each alphabet stands for something they can do to increase people-to-people contact.

Without making you wait for a hard laugh, let’s see how he spelled it out:

Here’s how he spelled it and what each alphabet stands for in his spelling of strength.

  • S – Spirituality
  • T – Tradition, Trade, and Technology
  • R – Relationship
  • E – Entertainment
  • A – Art
  • N – Nature
  • H – Health

With each alphabet of the word ‘STREANH’, we can create our entire plan, he said proudly.

In short, sometimes, it’s not okay to make mistakes.

Note: This is an old video from his previous tenure as the Indian Prime Minister.


How do you spell strength in your language? Let us know in the comments section.

Feature Writer


  • May be it is indian English. They are used to add such modification, same like, if you speak urdu with indian. “Mushkil nai :)))”

  • The guy literally made Pakistan cry over Kashmir, and yet here we are laughing on the word he spelled wrong. Preferences, and in Pakistan we have none!!


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