The celebration is likely to include several high-level interactions and visits, including a possible visit of Prime Minister Naftali Bennett to India.
To mark the ocassion, prominent landmarks includuing the Gateway of India in Mumbai and the Teen Murti-Haifa Chowk here as well as the remains of the iconic Masada fortress in Israel were lit in the colours of the national flags of both countries.
Prime Minister Naftali Bennett greeted India on the Republic Day, wishing for “continued peace and prosperity”.
“India-Israel ties have acquired greater significance as the world today is experiencing several major changes. What can be a better moment to frame new goals for our bilateral cooperation than this when India is celebrating its 75th year of independence and Israel will mark its 75th independence next year and both sides are marking three decades of bilateral ties,” said Prime Minister Modi.