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  • Celebrating Republic Day at Wagah Border

    Tinni Debnath
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    Wagah
    I've been to Wagah Border once, when I was nine years old. Understandably, I did not understand anything. This year, however, my family and I were taking a short trip to Delhi, through which we travelled to Punjab and then, Wagah Border.
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    Wagah
    The date was 26th. The occasion was 69th Republic Day of my beloved country. There were hundreds of people gathered to celebrate the day. Our flag shone brightly and BSF soldiers were dressed smartly.
  • Wagah
    Wagah
    Even though we had to switch seats several times, we didn't miss anything. The soldiers marched in unison. I couldn't believe how perfectly coordinated they were! Everyone present there were cheering them on. If there are superheroes on earth, they work for the Indian Army.
  • Wagah
    Wagah
    Even though I didn't recognize most of them, I did get a glimpse of the 10 leaders of the ASEAN countries. It was a first for India and I felt quite proud at that moment of my nationality.
  • Wagah
    Wagah
    As a commoner it seemed very unreal to see both the countries celebrating Republic Day, while the tension remains exactly the same everyday. This proves that soldiers are doing their duty and upholding the honours of humanity, nothing more, nothing less.
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    Wagah
    As the show ended, I was left with a thought of how lonely sometimes it gets in the army, without them being near their families for most of the year. It made me all more thankful to them, for they have sacrificed much for our safety.

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