“Jana Gana Mana Adhinayak Jay hai”– You are the ruler of the minds of the people, let the victory be with you.

Indian National Anthem is a solemn patriotic song that is an expression of national identity. We are immensely proud of our country as we have struggled a lot to get the freedom we are enjoying today. Our history of striving for freedom is inspiring for any country. This freedom has cost us many lives. However, the battle was not over even after getting the freedom. Our freedom fighters have protested for a better future for India, though several additional battles were loitering in the way for India.


The war was not over after getting freedom from British rule. We have had wars with Pakistan, China, Bangladesh, and other nations. The Indian army has always been a powerful one in the conflict. We have resolved and revolted for the sake of the freedom of India. Every Indian feels enormous pride while meeting, seeing, or talking with a soldier.

The Indian army is the fourth most powerful army in the world. Nevertheless, we don’t stop there. We have Central Reserve Police Force as India’s largest central armed police force which has seven central armed police organizations Border Security Force, Central Reserve Police Force, Central Industrial Security Force, Indo-Tibetan Border Police, Sashastra Seema Bal, National Security Guard, and Special Protection Group. The crucial purpose of these unions is the security of the nation.


The Border Security Force was established in 1965 to protect India’s international borders. In the year of 1971, the Border Security Force played a pivotal role in Indo-Pak War in Banaskantha, Gujarat. BSF did not wait, they stepped in and took the charge till the time the Indian Army arrived. This act of bravery and passion for the nation was applauded.
This year, the government of India appreciated this action by making it a tourist place. The government developed a 125/- crore Seema Darshan Project At Nadabet, Gujarat.

The Seema Darshan Project is the first state-of-the-art BSF project in the country. The Seema Darshan Project is a joint initiative of the tourism department of the state government and the BSF Gujarat Frontier. This tourist spot will demonstrate the origin, development, and role of BSF in the wars. Union Home Minister Mr. Amit Shah integrated the Indo-Pak border viewing point in Nada Bet, Gujarat on Sunday, 10th April 2022. The Seema Darshan has been built on the lines of the Wagah-Atari border of Punjab. Seema Darshan offers travelers to witness the working of an army post on the border of India.


The major attraction of Nada Bet is the access provided to civilians to see the fenced International border with Pakistan at zero point. Tourists will be able to see various weapons of the Indian Army and BSF such as surface to surface and surface to air missiles, T-55 tanks, artillery, guns, wing drop tanks, MiG-27 aircraft, and torpedoes on the spot. The biggest attraction would be a retreat parade ceremony where the BSF jawans put up a heroic show of marching with pride to end another day of guarding the borders.

The centerpiece of Seema Darshan is a 30 feet high T-Junction Pillar which is decorated with murals portraying the border protectors in action. Another sculpture named Ajay Prahari has been built in the memory of the heroic soldiers who sacrificed their lives while protecting the nation.


Other than these, there is a toy train ride, an art gallery on Naam Namak Nishan, a food court, a Souvenir/Handicraft shop, a kids’ play area, Museum on Sarhad Gatha, Photo opp AT MIG 27, an AV experience zone, 180° photo booth, BSF quiz, AR selfie booth, AR wall mural for tourists. Plus there are adventures like zipline and zip cycling, free-falling, giant swing, high and low rope course, human bungee slingshot, paintball, rappelling, rock climbing, and rocket ejector for adventure junkies.


The Seema Darshan Project is a spot to live the untold story of Nada Bet. The story of the 1971 Indo-Pak war will give you chills. The thrill to fight a war and enthusiasm for protecting the nation will burst you into multiple emotions. The stories of soldiers’ unconditional love towards the nation and its security would inspire you to the core. Thus, this is not just a tourist spot, it’s an emotion!