Travel in the month of February. Crowd will be less every where and also climate is very cool and comfortable.
Wagah border is the most friendliest border and you can see the similarities between the Pakistani and Indian people. Politics is the divide. Go early (by 2PM) if you want to run with the Indian flag to the border and back (50m)...... If you get a VIP pass it is great if not it is still no that bad... Super... More
The lowering of the national flags of India & Pakistan at Wagah border is a highly dramatized event, perfectly coordinated with aggressive posturing and whipping up of crowd frenzies on both sides. While this is surely a must see for all visitors to Amritsar, there is severe lack of planning and facilities for those who flock the border. The buses... More
visit to wagah border is a must if u r in Amritsar .......it takes an hour to reach wagah border u can easily get a auto or taxi from jallianwala bagh the ceremony starts at 4'oclock... once u r in u can easily see the gate of both the countries and the ceremony is something which cant be explained what... More
Apart from the fact that no matter what seat you are seated in, you are bound to miss out on certain gestures; thanks to the overcrowding and the undisciplined crowd. Nevertheless, you feel quite patriotic and humbled to have such strong and brave soldiers safe guarding our Nation's borders. Jai Hind!!! TIP - Go at least 2 to 3 hours... More
A MUST SEE show of strength and discipline by armed forces of both the sides.The cries of salutations to the motherland fills one with patriotism.The dances and furling of tricolor by the ladies and their march towards the international border adds a festive mood to the area.Its strange to be within walking distance of an international border that too with... More
The retreat ceremony is a MUST SEE!! It really brings out that "Patriotic You". The officers are doing a Commendable Job! Words can hardly describe the experience. To know it, you'v got to feel it yourself.
It was my first hand experience of running with my sis-in-law, by holding national Flag,towards the gate Area Also we all ladies who were present there , danced on the famous Bollywood tunes - its an aura of its own.
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