Top 06 Escape Routes on Indian Border

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Flag Off Ceremony at Wagah

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Nathula Border

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Nathula- Way to China

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Way to Wagah

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Way to Bhutan-

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Phuentsholing border

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India & China Border at Nathu La

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Bangladesh Border- Petraploe

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Nathula Pass- Border Town at China

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Moreh Town Crossing

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Petrapole -- India Bangladesh Boder

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Moreh Town Crossing-Myanmar

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Moreh Town to Cross Myanmar

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Petraploe- Bangladeh Border

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Sunauli Border Gate

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Sunauli Border for Crossing to Nepal

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Hey guyss...

In typical sense these are not escape routes but yes if You want to travel to our neighbouring countries on road these are the MOST COMMONLY used international border points.

For the biker in me it is always a pride feeling when I touch any international border town. It gives a different feeling altogether when you touch that international border and atand in the no mans land.

It all started with my bike ride to Wagah Border then it never stopped. I have gone to all most all possible BSF check posts across many parts of the country.

1. Wagah Border-- Pakistan

2. India Border Check Post-- Kutch-- Gujrat and Pakistan border

3. Jaisalmer and beyond -- Pakistan 

4. Many BSF posts of J&K during my Leh trip.

5. Jaigaon- When I entered first time to any International Country on road on a bike. Bhutan Border

6. Petrapole-- for the similar BSF parade of wagah borser-- Bangladeah border.

6. Entering Nepal at Pasupati market - near Mirik- Darjeeling.

7. Nathula border-- China

I am sure I am not going to stop here. May be it was my deepest desire to join Armed Forces which makes me ride to all these places. But trust me when I say, its a diffrent feeling for any explorer to touch that no mans land and cross borders on a motorbike or car.

I dedicated my bike Zeus's make over to armed forces by painting it all olive green.

JAI HIND

The most Famous Border Town to cross to our neighboring country Pakistan. Even if crossing the border requires lots of paper work and running around, its worth visiting the border to watch the Flag Off Parade. It brings the patriotism back in you when you see the BSF Jawans doing the traditional parade along side the Pakistan rangers.
Photo of Wagah Border Park, Wahga, Punjab, Pakistan by Sushant Panda
Photo of Wagah Border Park, Wahga, Punjab, Pakistan by Sushant Panda
Its a border for Trade route between India & China. STill its worth a visit since it is located around 56 kms from Gangtok at an altitude of 14450 ft, the road to Nathula passes through the Tsomgo lake. It is one of the highest motorable roads in the world and is richly surrounded by alpine flora. On a clear day you can even see the road winding down the Chumbi valley. Tourists are allowed to go close to the international border from where you can see Chinese soldiers on the other side of the barbed wire. Nathula is open for Indian nationals on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sundays. The visitors have to get the permit to visit the place by applying to the Tourism and Civil Aviation Department through a registered and recognised Travel Agency. Foreign nationals are not allowed to visit Nathula. Photography is strictly prohibited.
Photo of Nathu La, Sikkim, India by Sushant Panda
Photo of Nathu La, Sikkim, India by Sushant Panda
Photo of Nathu La, Sikkim, India by Sushant Panda
Entry to the country of Himalayan Kingdom called Bhutan. This is small yet beautiful town...crossing the border is really easy since you simply walk across the border and enter the Border town called Phueinsiling. If you don't plan to go ahead into the heart of Bhutan, take the exit gate and walk back to your motherland.
Photo of Jaigaon Dooars Welfare Society, Jaigaon, West Bengal, India by Sushant Panda
Photo of Jaigaon Dooars Welfare Society, Jaigaon, West Bengal, India by Sushant Panda
A town to cross the border to Mayanmar. Requires Visa and other documentation to cross the border. The Indo-Myanmar Friendship Bridge in Moreh connects India to Kalewa in Myanmar's Sagaing Division. The highway on the Myanmar side is intended to run up to Mandalay but it is in bad shape. Since its mostly a trade route, it can still help riders with proper documents & visa to cross the border and enter Mayanmar.
Photo of Moreh, Manipur, India by Sushant Panda
Entry to the country is a land of snow peaks and Sherpas, yaks and yetis, monasteries and mantras Nepal. Going from India to Nepal, Nepalese visas are available on arrival. Coming from Nepal to India?? Hope you have visa already as no visas are available on arrival to India. •If you're an Indian citizen, you don't need a visa or a passport to cross the border. Acceptable documents include ration card, voters ID, and driver's license with photo. However, you can cross the border anyway, no one will stop you. The same is the case for foreigners, so do keep an eye out for the immigration offices in order not to miss them!
Petrapole is the Indian side of Petrapole-Benapole border checkpoint between India and Benapole of Bangladesh near Bongaon in North 24 Parganas district of West Bengal. Petrapole border is the only land port in south Bengal. It is also the largest land customs station in Asia. Its about 100kms from Kolkata. So a Day ride to visit the border is worth. At the border they have started the customary flag off like Wagah Border and Visitors are allowed to watch the ceremony sitting right at the No Man's Land. Crossing the border requires Visa approval in advance.
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