India is the second-largest trading partner for the US after China, and the economic relations between the two countries have come increased focus as a trade war raged between the USA and China.
At the end of the visit, sources said there would be a "fairly comprehensive joint statement" that will be "forward-looking and encompass the close and important relationship that we have forged". This will, however, be the first standalone trip by a US President to New Delhi.
In what is being billed as the great "Indian road show", as many as 28 stages representing various parts of the country are being set up along Trump's route from the airport to the stadium in Ahmedabad.
Trump will have stops in Ahmedabad and New Delhi during his two-day visit.
FILE - In this June 26, 2017, file photo, President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi hug while making statements in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington. "The trade deal is certainly not stuck but we don't want to rush into it".
With a capacity for 110,000 spectators, the Motera Stadium will dislodge the Melbourne Cricket Ground as the world's largest cricket stadium.
The citizens explained they were being requested to go away simply because of the impending occasion, but the city's civic overall body denied it.
In his honour, an event which has been named "Namaste Trump" will be held at the newly reconstructed, largest cricket stadium in the world at Motera. Political bitterness too overshadowed the bilateral relationship as the United States repeatedly expressed its desire to mediate over the Kashmir issue between India and Pakistan but was told off by India.
On Tuesday, when requested by Trump, he stated, 'We wish to have a really huge commerce cope with India.
On Monday, Agra City Magistrate Arun Kumar had said, "It has been decided that the US President will be visiting Agra on February 24".
"That Prez Trump would inaugurate this Indian stadium was just an assumption. Even a so-called "mini deal" on trade is likely to be embarrassingly modest", said Joshua White, who served under Trump's predecessor Barack Obama.