A Patriotic Journey To Wagah Border On Inddependence Day Celebration | Alok Bhartia

Alok Bhartia | Independence day JourneyAlok Bhartia describes the 71st Independence Day celebration at Wagah Border as a spectacular display of power and patriotism. The Indian and Pakistani security forces exchanged sweets and greetings while the people of both countries waited patiently for the lowering of flags ceremony. This daily ceremony features hard marches, foot slamming maneuvers and aggressive expressions. The South Asian rivals try to intimidate each other with sudden moves and long mustaches. The sunset throws golden hues on the soldiers and the crowd. Everyone in the audience screams, cheering the men in uniform.

This practice started in 1959, which was 12 years after independence. The Pakistani pavilion, the Attari Border has the same excitement and enthusiasm as the Indian side. Both border sections are a part of the Grand Trunk Road, an ancient trade route from the Mauryan Age, connecting Chittagong to Kabul. Alok Bhartia is considering a long hike on foot…

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Who is Alok Bhartia ?

Alok Bhartia is a creator of decisions, artistic thoughts and delicious Spaghetti Bolognese. The decisions usually have his brain engage in a tough tug-o-war between an exotic cuisine and an outlandish adventure. You’ll find this gourmet-cum-adventurer mostly in Paris. He loves exploring the cuisine-Français in the city of amour. Alok Bhartia was born in Kolkata on 27 October, 1987. As a child, he realized that he was meant to follow his heart rather than pick up a white-collar job and then retiring a sad old man. Alok Bhartia started his schooling from Kendriya Vidyalaya Fort William. He attended the University of Calcutta for his bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Mass Communication. Following his dream to live the adventurous life, Alok Bhartia rebelled against the popular establishment of “go get a job when you’re done studying”. His love for food also prompted him to open various restaurants around the country. Read More..