Rivlin, who attended a prayer meet at the Nariman House (renamed as Chabad House) said: "I could not have returned to Israel without stopping over and paying my respects to the martyrs of this establishmentkilled in the 26/11 attacks."
Rivlin, who was accompanied by his wife, also made a short speech before the Jewish community at the Taj Hotel in south Mumbai, which was also attacked during the 26/11 attacks.
Denouncing terrorism, Rivlin said: "India and Israel stands shoulder to shoulder in this fight. We will fight terror, because this is a must for all free world."
Here are some images from his visit:
Rivlin pays tributes to victims at Chabad House
Israel President, Reuven Rivlin arrives to pay tribute to the 2008 Terrorist Attack victims during his visit at Nariman House in Mumbai on Monday.
Rivlin said India and Israel need to fight terror together
President of Israel Reuven Rivlin along with Maharashtra governor C Vidyasagar Rao after paying tribute to the victims of the 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai.
Rabbi Gavriel and his wife died at Nariman House during the attack
Reuven Rivlin pays tribute to the 2008 terrorist attack victims Rabbi Gavriel and his wife Rivika during his visit at Nariman House.
Rivlin said terror will never win
Rivlin made a short speech before the Jewish community at the Taj Hotel in south Mumbai, that was attacked during the 2008 attacks.