Wahga village, which is near to the Radcliffe Line, is the boundary demarcation line dividing India and Pakistan. This border is the popular name for the Indian checkpost on the border with Pakistan at the village of Attari in Punjab. The checkpoint is popular for the ceremonial and simultaneous lowering of the flags of both countries. A coordinated stand-offish display by the personnel of both countries is seen before the large crowds that gather at the stadium-like galleries that have been constructed on either side. It is a must watch video for every Indian.