Meet Abhinandan Pathak, also known as Nandan Modi. He bears a striking resemblance to the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi.
"I am sure I must have done a lot of good deeds in my previous lives (so) that God has made me look like Mr. Modi," he says.
In his orange turban and saffron stole, and with a white lotus badge neatly pinned to his traditional Indian waistcoat, he bears a sartorial resemblance to the Prime Minister too.
A school teacher by profession, Pathak left his career one year ago to fully devote himself to spread Modi's message of development and Hinduism around India.
All the physical similarities can be problematic thing, like the incident last year where a group pulled a sword on him.
While he has aides to help him during rallies, he has asked the Prime Minister's office for security assistance.
"Even if I don't ever get to meet him, I'll be totally fine," Pathak says. " Whenever I want to meet him, I just close my eyes and he comes into my imagination."
Pathak traveled the 170 kilometers to New Delhi on his bicycle from Saharanpur, a remote town in Northern India, to campaign for Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for the Delhi Assembly elections.