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VIDEO: Just like Wagah, another Indo-Pak border parade draws daily crowds

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Wagah has been known for years as the border gate between India and Pakistan where a daily end-of-the-day flag hoisting ceremony takes place, with all its exaggerated movements amid cheering crowds from both sides.

The same ceremony – albeit slightly low on energy – is also played out daily at the Ganda Singh border in Pakistan.

Ganda Singh Wala is a village named after Ganda Singh Dat and lies in Kasur District on the border with Eastern Punjab in India. Ganda Singh is located at a half-hour drive from Lahore.

A 200 feet high Pakistan flag was hoisted at the Ganda Singh border last year.