Indian prime minister calls on the international community to boost efforts to combat terrorism.
Modi was conferred the highest honour accorded to foreign dignitaries.
It is the first state visit by an Indian prime minister since 2011.
Opposition lawmakers object to holding the sitting between evening prayers.
The visit in early June is yet to be officially confirmed.
More than 300 foreign dignitaries from 46 countries were expected to attend the inauguration ceremony.
The swearing-in ceremony is due to take place on November 17.
Modi renewed calls to restore the independent functioning of democratic institutions.
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