The Wednesday meeting will discuss "regional developments", Netanyahu's office said, and follows the Israeli leader's unveiling of "proof" of Iran's alleged past military nuclear ambitions.
In a four-line message jointly signed by Netanyahu and his wife Sara in the Sabarmati Ashram's visitor's log book at the ashram, the Israeli dignitaries said their "visit was inspiring".
India had last month joined 127 other countries to vote in the United Nations General Assembly in favour of a resolution opposing the decision of Trump to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
Netanyahu arrived here today on a six-day visit during which he will hold extensive talks with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi, who received him at the airport, setting aside protocol.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrived in New Delhi on Sunday on a six-day visit that will also take him to Mumbai and Gujarat.