Jawaharlal Nehru’s 1955 visit — which covered several Soviet republics — was a geopolitical turning point for Moscow-New Delhi relations.

1955: Jawaharlal Nehru and Sonia Gandhi taking the Moscow Subway during their 16-day visit to Russia – a turning point in Moscow-New Delhi relations. Nehru was popular: Driving through the streets of Yalta (then part of USSR), he would often catch bouquets of roses that came through his window from the crowds lined on the streets.

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