Ganda Singh Wala | گنڈا سنگھ والا
گنڈا سنگھ والا
Ganda Singh Wala is a village, just 58 km from Lahore City in Kasur District in the Punjab, Pakistan. Until 1986, it served as the main border crossing between Pakistan and India. The Sutlej River flows by Ganda Singh Wala, and the area is prone to flooding.
The village is now 45 minutes drive from Lahore after the construction of new Lahore-Firozpur road. Nearby Burj Naamdaar village is noted for the cultivation of bamboo.