Generations of Guardians

Couldn’t resist Sharing this beautiful picture with you … If you’ve been to Wahgah and have witnessed the ceremony there. I’m sure a smile will touch your lips after seeing this (unless you’re a born sadist =) )

What do you see in here, want to share?


15 Comments so far

  1. Ejaz Asi (unregistered) on October 3rd, 2007 @ 1:58 pm

    Areyyy I see a man and a cute kid and a gate jis per chaand sitara bana howa hie… do you see something different? ;)

  2. Pretty Simple (unregistered) on October 3rd, 2007 @ 2:16 pm

    Thats sooo Cute.
    I have seen the ceremony and …. i cannot see but hear a faint sound that his small foot would make by hitting the road.

  3. JayJay (unregistered) on October 3rd, 2007 @ 4:43 pm

    Another child being brainwashed to grow up to kill infidels?

    The ceremony at Wagah is nothing more than pompous display of machismo and bravado by cocky soldiers from both sides.

    The step to allow the movement of cargo trucks across the borders is a prudent move to facilitate trade between the two countries.

  4. Neena (unregistered) on October 3rd, 2007 @ 6:18 pm



  5. Momekh (unregistered) on October 3rd, 2007 @ 8:07 pm

    Amazing picture.
    Who took this photograph? The smile on the guy’s face is so expressive.

  6. Pretty Simple (unregistered) on October 3rd, 2007 @ 8:28 pm

    Yeah, that smile looks so spontaneous :)

    @JJ: JJ … :)

  7. A for [pine]apple (unregistered) on October 4th, 2007 @ 4:09 am

    Ejaz Asi Umm hain … are you looking at the right pic?? :P

    Pretty Simple Cute naa … i thought so too … and sweet what a thought :)

    JayJay Are we not a bit disillusioned within ourselves?? I feel so. We are now so prone to seeing the negative side of everything that a simple smile can appear manipulative … am i calling up for JayJay’s wrath ;-)

    Neena :>

    Momekh Oh yah … him too … I was so engrossed in seeing the kiddo :) Click on photo It’ll take you to the photo-stream of Mr. Naeem Rashid who took this photo :>

    PS :)

  8. Neena (unregistered) on October 4th, 2007 @ 4:59 am

    A for pineApple

    JayJay has a point. We need to move on.

  9. JayJay (unregistered) on October 4th, 2007 @ 7:46 am

    A4PA: Thanks. No wrath here. It was my way of viewing it – slightly different to yours. Perhaps, we need to change our role models for our children. A child dressed as a doctor, nurse, fireman, judge etc might be more appropriate.

    I think our militant aspirations are things of a past. It is the age of economy, not politics and idealogy anymore.

    Neena: Thanks. Much appreciated.

  10. A for [pine]apple (unregistered) on October 4th, 2007 @ 12:31 pm

    Very Valid point JayJay … I guess I misunderstood you … :-)

  11. Neena (unregistered) on October 4th, 2007 @ 12:44 pm

    Now this kind of Wagah our kids should know about.

  12. Neena (unregistered) on October 4th, 2007 @ 12:49 pm

    Policewomen and on motorcycles – Wow! Lahore is so ahead in this, I wish I able to see such openess in Karachi and other cities.

    PS. Excuse the multiple comments but I’m unable to post two links in one post.

  13. A for [pine]apple (unregistered) on October 4th, 2007 @ 12:51 pm

    Yup maybe Neena :-)

    Have a look at this clip too

  14. A for [pine]apple (unregistered) on October 4th, 2007 @ 12:53 pm

    And interesting image – this police one …. Umm should i post it :s

  15. Naeem (unregistered) on October 4th, 2007 @ 3:14 pm

    Nice to see my pic. being discussed, and it is always refreshing to see opposing view-points.

    This pic. was taken during a photo excursion to Wahgah border with Pakistani Photographers from Flickr.

    Naeem Ur Rashid

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