Modi was busy on day two of his Israel visit, and so were the cameras
Prime Minister Modi was received by his Israeli counterpart Netanyahu at Ben-Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv, at about 4 PM on Tuesday.
Modi presented Netanyahu with replicas of two sets of relic copper plates, artefacts of the long Jewish history in India thought to be inscribed in the 9-10th century.
"At @yadvashem, I paid tributes to the women, men, and children whose sacrifices can never be forgotten" tweeted Modi on July 4.
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin and PM Modi exchange warm greetings at the President's official residence in Jerusalem.
Modi hugs Moshe "Baby Moshe" Holzberg, who lost his parents in the 2008 Mumbai attacks, and was saved by his Indian nanny Sandra. Modi met Moshe and his grandparents at a hotel in Jerusalem.
Modi shakes Netanyahu's hand at a press conference in Jerusalem.