After visiting Golden Temple, Jallianwala Bagh and Durgiana Temple, we left for the Wagah Border.

en route to Wagah Border

When we reached there, preparations were underway. 

Just after reaching the Wagah Border

People dancing on patriotic tunes at Wagah Border

Soldiers getting ready for beating retreat ceremony at Wagah Border, Amritsar

The beating Retreat ceremony happening now.

security personnel lowering the flag of their respective countries at Wagah Border

From this side to that side.

Entrance to the border gates at Wagah Border

Once the ceremony was over the place wore a deserted look.

The place looked deserted after the flag lowering ceremony, Wagah Border

A picture of Pakistan's Founder and that side of the border.

The view of a gate in Pakistan with Image of Pakistan's Founder

beautiful flower en route to Wagah Border

The other view

Yes, the largest democracy in the world. 
The largest Democracy in the world welcomes you. A billboard at Wagah Border, Amritsar

For those who are interested in the history of Wagah and Atari.

A billboard narrating the history of two small villages, Wagah and Attari

And last, the colorful trucks of Pakistan.

Beautiful trucks from Pakistan with beautiful paintings

Also, see Amritsar : Beating Retreat Ceremony at Wagah BorderSee photos of Jallianwala Bagh and Durgiana Temple on Flickr here.

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