US president Donald Trump has arrived in India, Washington Post reported.
He will hold talks with the country's leadership and local entrepreneurs, as well as speak to an audience of thousands at one of the largest stadiums in the world.
India has become the 24th country Trump has visited since becoming the US president three years ago.
Indian PM Narendra Modi flew to Ahmedabad on Sunday. Together with Trump, he is expected to visit the Sabarmati Ashram, the first ashram founded by Gandhi on the banks of the Sabarmati River in Ahmedabad.
The US president and Indian PM will participate in the Kem Chho, Trump event, which will be held at Sardar Patel Stadium in Motera with the participation of over 100 thousand people.
Kem Chho can be translated as "How are you" from Gujarati. The ceremony in Ahmedabad is a kind of response to the meeting of Modi with the Indian community, which took place during his last visit to the US, called Howdy Modi ("How are you, Modi?”).