I believe he is committed to building a cohesive India, where no Indian has to live in apprehension or fear of the other. The theme of his speech would be simple: inclusive development.
He will call on his opponents to join him in taking the nation forward. His ego is bigger than himself, and as such, he will take pride in claiming to be the Prime Minister for everyone whether one has voted for him or not, believed in him or not, but will serve them all with no malice.
The thrust of development would center on job creation, increased manufacturing and building infrastructure.
For the first time in India's history attention will be given to sanitation, and most Indians are thrilled with his statement and looking forward to the idea of "building toilets before building temples", and this would be genuine development.
He will talk about plans facilitating accessibility of potable water, cooking gas and electricity to the common man.
On Foreign policy, he will take extraordinary steps to build cooperative relations with Pakistan, Bangladesh and other SAARC nations, and develop good working relations with China, Japan, Brazil and perhaps the United States. He aims to secure a permanent seat for India at the United Nations Security Council.
The Modi I have learned is the kind who wants to leave his imprint on the society, the most enduring legacy would be bringing Indians together in nation building. He will talk about a vibrant India, instilling pride among Indians as one people and one nation under the big sky. Indeed, it would be a fulfillment of the wisdom of our pluralistic ethos embedded in the Sanskrit phrase "Vasudhaiva Kutumbukum," a concept where everyone is considered to be a part of one big human family and therefore must take care of each other.
As a nation, collectively we are Adivasis, Atheists, BahÃ¡'s, Bos, Buddhists, Christians, Dalits, Hindus, Jains, Jewish, Muslim, Sikhs, Tribals, Zoroastrians and every possible grouping. We are Brown, Black, White, Yellow and green with envy, "magar phir bhi dil hai Hindustani"- but our heart is Indian.
I have been critical of Mr. Modi, however in the last few weeks; I have seen optimism, pragmatism, pluralism and hope in his speeches, and I pray that his plans come to life and benefit the nation. The man has remarkably morphed from the exclusive right to the inclusive center politically. I believe he has the potential to become one of the visionaries of India in the likes of Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru who was instrumental in building a stable secular democracy, a solid foundation upon which we have built our nation and have come this far.
Patriotism will be re-defined in terms of what you do to uplift the hopes and aspirations of people, in terms of education, jobs and a better life style to every Indian.
A better future of India is in works with Mr. Modi at the helm, and I know he will help people achieve their dreams.