The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall ended their tour of south-east Asia and India by visiting a war memorial and laying a wreath.
Charles and Camilla took part in the ceremony in New Delhi yesterday (November 9) to pay their respects to those who died for India, according to The Metro.
The heir to the throne also left a card with the wreath, which read: "In grateful remembrance - Charles."
After the wreath was laid a Gurkha bugler played the Last Post, the musical call for those who have lost their lives in wars, whilst those attending the ceremony stood in silence.
The ceremony was held at India Gate, an arch measuring 137 feet in height.
After the remembrance event was complete the Royal couple were taken on a tour of an exhibition, which was dedicated to the monument itself.
Charles and Camilla also visited Singapore, Malaysia and Brunei during their trip. Other highlights included a stop-off at the Sri Mahamariamman Temple in the Malaysian state of Penang, and a chat with villagers in the Sarawak Cultural Village in Borneo.
Take a look at photos from their tour in the gallery above