India–Israel relations (Hindi: भारत-इज़राइल सम्बन्ध ; Hebrew: יחסי הודו-ישראל), or also called Indian-Israeli relations or Indo-Israeli relations, refers to the bilateral relations between India and Israel. The two countries have an extensive economic, military, and strategic relationship.
Israel is represented through an embassy in New Delhi, and one consulate each in Mumbai and Bengaluru. India is represented through its embassy in Tel Aviv.
India is the largest buyer of Israeli military equipment and Israel is the second-largest defence supplier to India after Russia. From 1999 to 2009, the military business between the two nations was worth around $9 billion. Military and strategic ties between the two nations extend to intelligence sharing on terrorist groups and joint military training
As of 2015, the two nations are negotiating an extensive bilateral free trade agreement, focusing on areas such as information technology, biotechnology, and agriculture
According to an international poll conducted in 2009, 58% of Indians expressed sympathy with Israel, compared with 56% of Americans