Wagah Border in Amritsar, India

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The Wagha border is a military check-post, which is situated between Amritsar and Lahore. This is the only road boundary between India and Pakistan and there are extensive construction, roads, and checkpoints. The entrance of this border post is called the Golden Jubilee Gate and the surroundings are quite green.

Local people and tourists come in large numbers to see the Parade at Wagah Border in the evening. The colorful ceremony that takes place before the parade is worth watching. At the same time, during the parade, you can see a soldier in India and Pakistan in an aggressive posture. When the sun sinks, the 30-minute parade also ends with a drum and thunder in the rhythm of clapping and applause.

 

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