Visitors to the Attari-Wagah border along the India-Pakistan border in Punjab now have access to a new web portal where they can sign up to watch the daily retreat of the national flag.
This website has been launched solely for the purpose of free online seat reservations for the Retreat Ceremony at Attari, Amritsar, according to a senior BSF official. The booking of seats has been begun on January 1, 2023.
OTP-enabled registration to authenticate the visitor and the generation of a QR code for faster identification are also available 48 hours prior to the visit date.
Beating the Retreat Ceremony
The Beating the Retreat ceremony is a military custom that marks the end of the day’s official responsibilities. It is a formal event that takes place in a lot of countries all over the world. Usually, military music is played, the national flag is lowered, and the day’s activities are formally ended.
The Beating the Retreat ceremony is held every evening at Wagah, the border crossing between India and Pakistan. It is a well-known tourist destination that draws thousands of visitors annually.
How to Book Seat For Wagah Border Retreat Ceremony Online
To reserve a seat for the Wagah Border Retreat Ceremony online, please follow the below-mentioned steps:
Step 1 – Visit the Border Security Force (BSF) website: The BSF has launched a website specifically for booking seats for the Retreat Ceremony at Attari, Amritsar. You will need to visit the website to begin the booking process.
Step 2 – Select the Date: On the website, you will be able to select the date and time you wish to attend the ceremony. Be sure to choose a time that is 48 hours or more in advance of your intended visit.
Step 3 – Fill out the registration form: You will need to provide your personal information, such as your name, contact details, and ID proof, in the online registration form.
Step 4 – Review & confirm your booking: Once you have filled out the registration form, you will need to review and then confirm your booking by submitting the details.
Step 5 – Download booking details: After you have completed the booking process, you will receive a notification with a link to download your booking details. You will need to print this ticket and bring it with you to the Retreat Ceremony.
Make sure to download the booking details because you can only do so once and cannot retrieve them later.
Visitors to the Retreat Ceremony in Attari, Amritsar, had to arrive at the event without making any prior reservations and relying on the Border Security Force (BSF) for lodging prior to the launch of this website. The BSF would then really look at their IDs and conclude whether they could go to the service.
Visitors will be able to reserve seats in advance and be guaranteed a spot at the event with the launch of the new website. Visitors should find it easier and more efficient as a result to attend the Retreat Ceremony.