Indians themselves call them
However, in this article we will talk about another attraction, which can be seen only eight kilometers from Amritsar – in the small village of Wagah on the Indo-Pakistan border.
Here the flagship ceremony and changing of the guard on both sides takes place every day. This spectacle is so exotic and bright that it attracts not only foreign tourists, but also gathers hundreds of spectators from among the inhabitants of both countries. Continue reading
Probably every tourist who goes to India has probably heard or read something about the division of the population of this country into castes. This is a purely Indian social phenomenon, there is nothing like this in other countries, so the topic is worth knowing about it.
Caste is only in India! Continue reading