David Eisenhower
residents when we peep into the past about the frills of Donald Trump's first visit to India as US President. It all began about sixty years ago when Dwight David Eisenhower became the first US President to visit India to strengthen bilateral relations. He visited India on 9–14 December 1959. On reaching the national capital, he was given a 21-gun salute. He met then President Rajendra Prasad and Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru.

Richard Nixon
Richard Nixon was the second President to visit India (July 31-August 1, 1969). Like Eisenhower, Nixon's journey did not deliver a big message. He stayed here for less than a day and India gained nothing. Nixon was in Pakistan's favor in the 1971 Bangladesh Liberation War.

Jimmy Carter
Jimmy Carter was the third US President to visit India (1-3 January 1978). Just a few months before his visit, Morarji Desai of the Janata Party was the head of the country. Were made. During this three-day visit, Carter addressed Parliament and went to a village near Delhi, which was named after him.

Bill Clinton
Bill Clinton was the fourth US President to visit India two decades later. He visited India from 19-25 March 2000. Many see this as a dice-turn during which Bill Clinton and the then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee set a direction to strengthen bilateral relations. The visit came at a time when the US had banned India after the 1999 nuclear test and the Kargil War. Most importantly, Clinton's visit underscores the beginning of the Indo-US strategic and economic partnership.

George W. Bush
George W. Bush was the fifth US President to visit India. He visited India on 1–3 March 2006 with his wife Lura Bush during Manmohan Singh's first term as Prime Minister. Bush's visit will be remembered for being a nuclear deal.

Barack Obama
Barack Obama was the sixth US President to visit India. The visit gave the message of strengthening Indo-US strategic relations. He reached Mumbai instead of Delhi. The aim was to demonstrate solidarity not only with business but also with the families of those killed in the Mumbai attack. Obama favored India's permanent membership of the UN Security Council. He traveled to India again on 24–27 January 2015. He became the first President of the US to visit India twice. This time he was the chief guest of the Republic Day parade.