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Faces in the crowd - Officer



Samhith, with an officer from the Border Security Force, clicked at the Wagah Border.



The nameless, and often faceless people of the Border Security Force, are who help keep our country safe.... They were the only reason I re-visited the Wagah Border.... I might have lost my enthusiasm for the pomp and show of the falg lowering ceremony at the border, but for Samhith, it was a memorable occasion, one rendered even more memorable by this pic. More about my experiences at the border in the upcoming posts. 

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  1. Amd imagine being in Delhi I have still not been to Wagha! Chhavi will probably come to the knees of this tall officer! Such a lovely picture.

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    1. Yes, Mridula... and she will love all that hungama out there.. samhith did :D

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  2. I salute the spirit of India!



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  3. I too salute them. Unfortunately I could never go there though my son and daughter had been. Congrats Samhit.

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    1. Its never too late, PNS! maybe you will still go there someday soon!

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  4. Salutations to those brave officers! Nice shot.

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