India has a rich historical culture, bestowed with several gorgeous places, undulating hills, flower fields and romantic getaways. When we think of India's international border with the adjoining countries, what is the first thing that strikes to your mind? Armed soldier, fences or maybe those unkind wires. Borders have always represented as the restricted area but what if borders welcome instead of turning away?
Well, these serene Indian borders will reinstate your belief and make you realize that borders speak much more than that.
Wagah is the last village located near a road border linking India and Pakistan which lies on the Grand Trunk Road. The border's lowering of the flags ceremony is the biggest tourist attraction happens every evening before sunset. It is important to understand that the Indian name of border is Attari and not Wagah. Wagah village lies in Pakistan and not in India. The Attari Railway station works as the main post for customs and immigration confirmation of "Samjhauta Express". Travel to this place and experience this friendly ceremony happening between India and Pakistan.
Kangchenjunga is the uppermost mountain in India, second highest in Nepal and is the third highest mountain in the world, positioned in eastern Nepal and Sikkim. This place's scenery is shared by Bhutan, China, India and Nepal. This district is not much traveled by trekkers. so,it has therefore, conserved much of its immaculate exquisiteness.
The Rama Setu is a National Monument and The Symbol of National Unity of India and is a former land bridge maintaining the relationship between India and Sri Lanka. This overpass is 30 kilometers stretched and placed between the Dhanushkodi tip of India's Pamban Island and at Mannar Island of Sri lanka. This place has a charm that is worth beyond restricting it to be called as the border.
Mol Len is a mountain situated on the border with Burma at the mountainous border of Nagaland. Mol Len is considered to be one the ultra prominent peaks in Southeast Asia. This mountain rises about 20 km to the southeast of Meluri town, Nagaland and is blessed with stunning beauty.
Sundarbans mangrove forest or Sundarbans National Park is an element of the Sundarban on the Ganges Delta, thickly enclosed by mangrove forests and one of the major reserves for the Bengal tigers in the world. This forest is an abode to more than 400 tigers, aquatic animals, Marine mammals, Avifauna and a large number of reptiles.
Pangong Lake is one of the most beautiful lake in India, located between the border of India and China, as the Line of Actual Control passes through the lake. The lake acts as an important breeding ground for a variety of birds including a number of migratory birds and many Indian filmmaker has shot many scense near this lake.
Bhairabkunda is situated with the magnificent sites of scenery in the tri-junction of Bhutan, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. It has an admired picnic spot in Udalguri district of Assam and known as chief tourist place of Shiva, a significant pilgrimage for the Indian visitors. The Jampani River, instigating in Bhutan and Bhairabi River unite here to shape Dhanshiri River.
Minicoy is the second biggest islands among the islands of the Lakshadweep,situated 125 km to the north of Thuraakunu. Minicoy stunning water has corol reefs and among the small number of landmarks of the island is a tall lighthouse managed under the Indian Union Territory of Lakshadweep.