Formally known as the Chabad House, the building re-opened on Tuesday (August 26).

Several people were held hostage for three days before the National Security Guards (NSG) commandos killed the militants in the siege as they undertook 'Operation Black Tornado.

'Six of the occupants of Nariman House including Rabbi Gavriel Noach Holtzberg and his wife Rivka were killed when terrorists attacked the building.

Rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg, his pregnant wife Rivky and four others were killed in the attack.

Their two-year old son, Moshe Holtzberg was saved by his Indian nanny, Sandra Samuel, and they later shifted to Israel's Afula city.

Formally known as the Chabad House, Nariman House re-opened on Tuesday (August 26)
Nariman House located at Colaba in Mumbai was attacked during 26/11 terror seige
Chabad House was freed on 3rd day after operations carried out by NSG
Renovated Chabad House has a museum dedicated to 26/11 attacks
25 Rabbis were present during reopening of Nariman House
Rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg, his wife Rivky and four others were killed
Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan from NSG was killed by militants

Despite the horrific tragedy, Chabad-Lubavitch continued its activities from various temporary locations around Mumbai, catering to the spiritual and physical needs of the city's Jews and visitors.

Presently, it is headed by Rabbi Israel Kozlovsky and his wife Chaya, who are its directors.

A total of 166 persons were killed, and over 300 injured in the attacks which targeted Hotel Taj Mahal Palace Tower, Hotel Trident-Oberoi, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Leopold Cafe, Nariman House, Cama Hospital and other locations in the country’s financial city.

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