India shares it's borders with '7' countries. There would be gates at most international borders where a particular place, village or town straddles both countries. We share our borders with Nepal and Myanmar also. Most of these have a gate or an arch marking the end of limit or a friendship gate.
If you see the images, it says Indo-Nepal friendship or Welcome etc. Most of these have a crucial road that links both places, for example at Nampong, Arunachal Pradesh, there is a signpost 'welcome to India-Myanmar friendship road'.
Waga-Attari parade is a daily event. I checked for some information regarding others but could not find any similar ceremonies, doesn't look like it's a daily affair. Mr.Partha, Does the BDR or BGB do it daily?
Interesting a similar one was being planned in Gujarat as an Indo-Pak border viewing point near Suigam, Banaskantha district, I don't know whether it is actually open.