Jaisammer: Now tourists will get a chance to visit Tanot Bavaliyawala border and see the retreat ceremony at the border point, preparations are being done


Now tourists will get a chance to visit the Tanot Bavaliyawala border in Jaisalmer and witness the retreat ceremony at the border point. The Bavalianwala area is being developed by the Jaisalmer district administration, so that many facilities will be available for the visitors. 


The visit to the Indo-Pak border with the cooperation of the Tourism Department of Rajasthan and the Central Government and the Border Security Force is going to be pleasant from the point of view of tourism. Tanot Mata Temple, Kishangarh Fort and Longewala War Memorial are going to be the major tourist attractions of the beautiful village area amidst the vast desert land.

Tourism Principal Secretary Gayatri Rathod said that the border and its related history automatically attracts tourists to itself. The Border Security Force ensures safe and comfortable travel by showcasing the development of Tanot Mata tourist site and the tough life of the border guards. At the same time, the aura of the Indo-Pak border against the backdrop of rich historical magnificence gives tourists a memory to cherish for a lifetime.


Longewala is India's most famous border, which is proudly remembered for the valor of the Indian Army during the 1971 war. It is a major attraction for tourists. Tanot Mata Temple is the place where more than 3000 tourists and devotees come every day to visit and roam. At present, only a few tourists get a chance to visit the Bavaliyawala border after the permission of the district administration. But, now such facilities will be developed in the Tanot Mata temple complex along with amphitheater, children's activity area, cafeteria and other facilities here.

As part of the tourism activities, BSF documentaries, weapon display and photo gallery will be displayed at the Ops base in Tanot. Tourists will be able to visit the Bavaliyawala border and watch the retreat ceremony at the border point.