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PHOTOS: NaMo's day out in London

November 14, 2015 17:59 IST

Fire crackers, gifts, inaugurations and a speech to a 60,000-strong crowd at Wembley sums up the things Prime Minister Narendra Modi did on the last two days of his visit to London.

Here are the highlights from NaMo's visit:

Ending on a bang: PM Modi along with kids are mesmerised by the colourful and beautiful firework display at the Wembley arena after the PM's speech to the Indian diaspora. Organisers of the show said that the display was UK's biggest. Photograph: MEA/Flickr


On Day 3 of the PM's visit, he made his way to the banks of River Thames in the London Borough of Lambeth, where Modi inaugurated a bust of Indian philosopher Basaveshwara, who was one of the pioneers of the idea of democracy. Photograph: MEA/Twitter

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurates the memorial dedicated to Dalit icon and architect of India's constitution Dr BR Ambedkar in London. The building, which hourses the memorial, is the same in which the Dalit icon statyed in as a student in the 1920s. Photograph: @PIB_India/Twitter

The building is located on King Henry's Road. The six-room memorial includes an exhibition and the chair used by BR Ambedkar during his stay. Photograph: @MEAIndia/Twitter



It's Modi o'clock at Wembley! While addressing the Indian Diaspora, PM Modi removed his wristwatch to make a point. Can you guess the brand of the watch? We would like to believe it's 'made in India'. Photograph: MEA/Flickr


These are Tanchoi stoles! PM Modi presents gifts to Queen Elizabeth during their lunch at Buckingham palace. Photograph: MEA/Flickr


The Indian community presents a handmade blanket to PM Modi before his address at Wembley. Photograph: Press Information Bureau


Can you see your reflection, Dave? PM Modi presents his British counterpart with an Aranmula metal mirror. Photograph: MEA/Flickr


From chaiwallah to gardener? PM Modi plants a sapling in the garden at Chequers, the retreat of British PM David Cameron. Photograph: MEA/Flickr


It's really you, Modi! Queen Elizabeth looks quite surprised to meet PM Modi. We wonder if she has caught Modi fever. Photograph: MEA/Flickr

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha in a backstage area at Wembley Stadium during a welcome rally for Modi. Photograph: Justin Tallis - WPA Pool/Getty Images

Fireworks are seen above Wembley Stadium following a speech by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the second day of an official three day visit. Photograph: Rob Stothard/Getty Images