10 Guinness world records made by Indians.
Some people are naturally peculiar while some of them are famous. The world is full of wonders because of their quirky attitudes. You might have known people who made the Guinness world records. But do you know about the Indians who are in the list of Guinness world records?
Here are some of the Indians who made Guinness world records because of their weird hobbies.
Khurshid Hussain of Hyderabad has made his name in the Guinness world records by typing 103 characters in 47 seconds by his nose.
The world’s smallest woman
Jyoti Amge (23 years) of Nagpur is listed in the Guinness world records as the smallest woman in the world. She is 1.95 centimeters or about 2 feet in height. She has also won the title of a smallest teenager in the world.
World’s Most Expensive Suit
The suit was worn by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his meeting with US President Barack Obama in 2015. This suit was made at a cost of Rs. 10 lakhs and was sold for the whooping amount of Rs. 4.31 cr. during an auction. It was purchased by Gujarat’s diamond trader Lalji Bhai Tulsibai Patel and has been registered in Guinness world records because of the most expensive sale suit in the whole world.
Dagdu Seth of Jamnagar, Gujarat cooked a Chapati which was registered in the Guinness world records as the world’s largest chapati that weighed 145 kg.
The tallest turban in the world
Avtar Singh Mauni of Punjab wore a turban on his head which is assumed to be the tallest & heaviest in the whole world. The turban has been registered in Guinness world records with a length of around 645 meters and weighted 45 kgs.
World’s largest number of selfies taken together
Federal Institute of Science and Technology in Kochi has been registered in Guinness world records. The staff and students gathered together to click 1,000 selfies in a minute.
Kohinoor Foods Limited in Delhi made the Guinness world records for cooking world’s heaviest Biryani. The biryani weighted around 12,000 kilograms of rice and vegetables with 60 chefs involved in this preparation.
Longest Single Dance Marathon
Dancer Hemlata made the Guinness world records for dancing at the Kerala Music Academy for 123 hours and 15 minutes continuously
large number of people did yoga together
Under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi, about 35,985 people participated on the occasion of Yoga Day on Rajpath (Delhi). For the first time participants came together from more than 84 countries which made this event to be registered in the Guinness World Records.
Folk dance of Kullu (Himachal)
On October 26, 2015, during the Kullu Dussehra festival, more than 10,000 men and 10,000 women took part in traditional costumes in Kullu Valley. This event made its name in the Guinness World Records for more than 20,000 people participated in the dance to spread the message ‘Beti Hai Anmol’.
The craziest things done by these dedicated people have made them famous in the world.