Gaurav Bora (14) from Delhi and Sufaid Ali Pookkodan (15) from Kerala, both of whom are central defenders, spent a week training in Glasgow.
The youngsters spent seven days as guests of Celtic, even finding themselves in the centre circle during the half-time break in the clubs SPL game against Kilmarnock.
Celtic teamed up with the Mahindra Youth Football Challenge as it continues to promote with beautiful game in India.
The Mahindra Youth Football Challenge is a tournament is played out in six cities – Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Cochin, Goa and Calicut.
More than 3000 players from 192 schools took part and the winning teams from each coming together in Bangalore for an inter-city championship.
Throughout the final stages of the tournament, Celtic coaches provided specialist training while looking out for the best individual players to invite to Glasgow.
This was the second year of a three-year commitment by Celtic to the Mahindra tournament and it is understood negotiations are currently taking place to extend the arrangement.
Celtic worked closely with Glasgow-based Oceanic Media Consulting, who organised many of the social and cultural events for the two visiting players, which included visits to a local mosque, Hindu temple, restaurants and more.