Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits the Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum on 14 May in X’ian during a three-day state visit to China.
The museum features a collection of terracotta sculptures depicting the armies of Qin Shi Huang, the first emperor of China, who ruled the country in the third century.
During the state visit, Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping signed trade and economic cooperation deals worth $22bn (R261bn), covering a range of sectors including renewable energy, finance, education, space exploration, railways and scientific research.
The two leaders also vowed to find an amicable solution to border disputes, including in an area known as South Tibet, which is in China but administered by India. Modi said that a harmonious partnership between India and China, the two major economies in Asia, is essential for the economic development and political stability of the continent.