Although the visit is to congratulate the new Indian government on behalf of Oman, the two countries are likely to draw a roadmap for future economic and defence cooperation, the official added.
Oman and India have bilateral trade of over $5 billion per annum which is likely to increase to $6 billion during the next financial year.
There are over 50 Indo-Oman joint ventures in the Sultanate of Oman.
Oman, where 720,000 expatriate Indians live, is engaged with India in good defence cooperation with an institutionalized naval exercise called Naseem-Al-Bahr (Sea Breeze) and an air exercise Al Jisr Al Sharqi (Eastern Bridge).
The Gulf nation is also cooperating with India in anti-piracy operations in the Gulf of Aden.
Abdullah had visited India in February on the invitation of then external affairs minister Salman Khurshid.