Amid tight security, accompanied by his grandparents and Indian nanny Sandra Samuel, who also survived the terror attack with him, Moshe made his way to the building in Colaba.
Which brings me to my main point-was it really necessary for the Indian and Israeli governments to parade Moshe like this?
Gavriel and Rivka Holtzberg were killed along with six others by Pakistani terrorist during 26/11 siege.
Mumbai: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday visited the Chabad House here along with Moshe Holtzberg, who as a two-year-old was orphaned in the carnage there during the 2008 terror attack.
First in Israel where he met PM Narendra Modi a year ago during his visit to that country and now in Mumbai where he will unveil a memorial to the victims of 26/11 at Nariman House with PM Netanyahu.
11-year-old Moshe Holtzberg's uncle, who is also called Moshe, tells Mirror about the boy's future plans, thanks Modi and Netanyahu for facilitating their Mumbai visit. Netanyahu also met members of the Jewish community. Mr Netanyahu said, "Your parents showed love to the people and welcomed all to this house". The 2008 terror attack lasted for 60 hours and left a total of 166 dead in different parts of south Mumbai. His family hopes he will become the chief Rabbi of Mumbai when he grows up. The Taj hotel, where Netanyahu is staying and where he unveiled a memorial earlier in the day, was one of the sites attacked.
"The visit to Nariman House was an emotional experience for Moshe", his grandfather Shimon Rosenberg said. "Your dear parents' love of Israel, that of the Chabad emissaries here and around the world, which embraces every Jew and has a home for every Jew everywhere including here in the heart of Mumbai".
Even at the time of his arrival Baby Moshe had said at the airport that he was indeed glad that he visited India.
Speaking to The Times of Israel, he said leaving the top floors as a reminder of the carnage would allow the tragedy to be used "a springboard for growth".
As the prime minister left, Rabbi Israel Kozlovsky, who is the current director of the Chabad House, walked back up to the now near-empty hall holding his toddler, Gavi, named for Holtzberg and almost the same age Moshe was when he was forced from the home.
Moshe, who received a memento from Mr Netanyahu, invited the Israeli PM for his "Bar Mitzvah" (a coming-of-age ritual which Jewish boys undergo when they turn 13).
"I'm not really the rabbi", he joked, pointing to Gavi squirming in his arms.