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Ganda Singh Wala (Urdu: گنڈا سِنگھ والا‎, Punjabi: گندا سنگھ والا, : ਗੰਡਾ ਸਿੰਘ ਵਾਲ਼ਾ) is a village in Kasur District in the West Punjab, Pakistan. The village was named after Ganda Singh Datt.
Visit to Gandda Singh Border Kasur Pakistan.
Border between: Pakistan & India
Lahore (Pakistan) To Ferozpur (India)
Since 1970 there has been a daily Retreat Ceremony at the border crossing, similar to the Wagah border ceremony.[3] Attendees are seated in close proximity here, as compared to Wagah where crowds are kept far apart. And unlike the jingoistic display at Wagah which draws nationalistic tourists from all over India and Pakistan, the Hussainiwala ceremony is a more intimate ceremony attended mostly by local Punjabis on either side of the border. As a result, the atmosphere is not as tense, and Indian and Pakistani attendees often wave to one another

With the construction of a new road from Lahore to Kasur road the village, now 45 minutes drive from Lahore, has gained economic importance. A nearby village named Burj Naamdaar is noted for the cultivation of bamboo. Burj Bamboo Company is the leading producer of bamboo in Pakistan.[citation needed]
With the construction of a new road from Lahore to Kasur road the village, now 45 minutes drive from Lahore, has gained economic importance. A nearby village named Burj Naamdaar is noted for the cultivation of bamboo. Burj Bamboo Company is the leading producer of bamboo in Pakistan.[citation needed]

The Sutlej River flows by Ganda Singh Wala, and the area is prone to flooding

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