Moshe Holtzberg returned to Mumbai, India, with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and former nanny Sandra Samuel to unveil plans for a state-of-the-art Living Memorial at the city’s Chabad center, also known as Nariman House, to commemorate victims of the terror attacks that took place on Nov. 26, 2008.

This is Moshe Holtzberg’s first visit back to India and Nariman House, the scene of the brutal attack that left his parents, Rabbi Gavriel and Rivka Holtzberg, murdered, and from which he was rescued by the heroic Samuel.

The following are photos from their first day back in India in nearly 10 years.

(Photo: Chabad of Mumbai/Chabad.org)
(Photo: Chabad of Mumbai/Chabad.org)
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(Photo: Chabad of Mumbai/Chabad.org)
(Photo: Chabad of Mumbai/Chabad.org)
Sandra Samuel, the nanny who heroically saved Moshe Holtzberg during the 2008 terror attacks, sits for an interview in Nariman House. (Photo: Chabad of Mumbai/Chabad.org)
Sandra Samuel, the nanny who heroically saved Moshe Holtzberg during the 2008 terror attacks, sits for an interview in Nariman House. (Photo: Chabad of Mumbai/Chabad.org)
Rabbi Israel and Chaya Kozlovsky, co-directors of Chabad-Lubavitch of Mumbai, with Samuel. (Photo: Chabad of Mumbai/Chabad.org)
Rabbi Israel and Chaya Kozlovsky, co-directors of Chabad-Lubavitch of Mumbai, with Samuel. (Photo: Chabad of Mumbai/Chabad.org)
(Photo: Chabad of Mumbai/Chabad.org)
(Photo: Chabad of Mumbai/Chabad.org)
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(Photo: Chabad of Mumbai/Chabad.org)
Moshe in the synagogue with his paternal grandfather, Rabbi Nachman Holtzberg. (Photo: Chabad of Mumbai/Chabad.org)
Moshe in the synagogue with his paternal grandfather, Rabbi Nachman Holtzberg. (Photo: Chabad of Mumbai/Chabad.org)
In the Nariman House library with his maternal grandparents, Rabbi Shimon and Yehudit Rosenberg. (Photo: Chabad of Mumbai/Chabad.org)
In the Nariman House library with his maternal grandparents, Rabbi Shimon and Yehudit Rosenberg. (Photo: Chabad of Mumbai/Chabad.org)
(Photo: Chabad of Mumbai/Chabad.org)
(Photo: Chabad of Mumbai/Chabad.org)