Nariman House re-opens; 26/11 scars remain

A Rabbi at the reopened Chabad center at Nariman House, the 6-storey home of Chabad-Lubavitch in Mumbai. Photo: Vivek Bendre
A Rabbi lights a candle in memory of emissary Rabbi Gabi who was killed at this spot during the 26/11 terror attack. The bullet marks on the wall has been left as it is as a grim remainder to the incident. Photo: Vivek Bendre
Rabbi Moshe Gourarie from New Jersey looks at a wall full of bullet marks left during the gun battle between the NSG and the terrorists at Nariman house during the 26/11 terror attack. Though the entire building has been renovated, these walls have been left untouched as a reminder of the terror attack. Photo: Vivek Bendre
In this file photo Rabbi Seligson is seen looking at the wall splattered with bullets on November 26, 2009, the first anniversary of the 26/11 attacks. Photo: Vivek Bendre
A Rabbi browses through the books at the reopened Chabad centre. Community members, including over 25 Rabbis from across Asia to celebrate the reopening on August 26, 2014. Photo: Vivek Bendre
Rabbi Nachman and his wife Frieda Holtzberg, parents of slain Rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg arrive at the reopened Chabad center at Nariman House. Photo: Vivek Bendre
Photo of Rabbi Gavriel and his wife Rivika Holtzberg was put up at the reopened Chabad House. After the 26/11 terror attack during which the couple was killed, the Chabad-Lubavitch had continued its activities in temporary locations throughout the city. Photo: Vivek Bendre
The renoveted Cafeteria at the Chabad center at Nariman House. The celebrations included the unveiling of plans for a $2.5 million Jewish Museum that will occupy the fourth and fith floors of the building. Photo: Vivek Bendre
A Policeman keeps watch at the Nariman House. In the background is the Menorah, a Jewish religious symbol. Photo: Vivek Bendre
In this file photo NSG commondos are seen on the top of Nariman house at Colaba during the operation against the terrorists holding hostages at the Chabad centre. Photo: Vivek Bendre
File photo of Chabad house which was damaged in 26/11 terror attacks. Photo: Vivek Bendre

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