The World Record of ‘largest human water drop’ has been achieved by the people from Manila, Philippines.
Three Thousand (3,000) participants gathered at the grounds of the Grandstand formed the ‘largest human water drop’ and raised awareness for save water and water conservation.
The World Record of ‘most authors in a reading relay’ has been achieved by Irish Writers’ Centre, Dublin, Ireland.
On June 15-16, 2012; One Hundred Eleven (111) authors participated in the record and read from their work for 15 minutes each for continuous 28 hours. Participants included Nobel Laureate to Booker Prize winners.
The World Record of collecting ‘largest facts representing the uniqueness of digit nine’ has been achieved by the organization Ideal 36 Garh headed by Mr. Naval Kishore Rathi from Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India.
Mr. Rathi has researched and collected more than Two Hundred (200) facts which have digit nine as base number. Collection has facts from Science, Mythology, History as well as Present phenomenon.
The World Record of ‘largest human DNA helix’ has been achieved by Genentech, Inc. from San Francisco, CA, USA.
A total of Two Thousand Six Hundred Forty (2640) employees of Genentech, Inc.; a biotechnology company that produces research in fields such as oncology, immunology, and neuroscience gathered and stood in the shape of the DNA helix.
The World Record of ‘largest number of songs memorized and sung in live shows’ has been achieved by Mr. Himanshu Punjabi from Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India.
Mr. Punjabi has memorized more than Two Hundred (200) songs and has given live performance in various shows.
The World Record of ‘fastest writing of english alphabets’ has been achieved by Mr. Manoj Chand from Chaukham, Baitadi, Nepal.
Mr. Manoj can write the alphabets from A to Z in six seconds. He has been practicing for it since years.
The World Record of ‘largest collection of used disposable syringes’ has been achieved by Dr. D. K. Devdhar from Surajpur, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India.
As on March 20, 2014; Dr. Devdhar has collection of Two Thousand One Hundred (2100) used disposable syringes. Collection has been done with-in a period of one month at Devdhar Medical Center.
The World Record of ‘climbing Mount Everest three times in nine days’ has been achieved by Mr. Kame Sherpa from Nepal.
Kame Sherpa climbed the summit of the world’s highest mountain (8848 metres) three times to set a new world record. He reached the summit on May 19, May 23 and May 27, 2012; becoming the first to do so in one season. He has successfully climbed the Everest summit 14 times.
The World Record of ‘authoring books in multiple languages’ has been achieved by Mr. Kishore Tare from Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India.
Mr. Tare has authored three books in three languages in short period of a year. Books authored in English, Hindi and Marathi has been published in the year 2013.
The World Record of constructing the ‘biggest swimming pool’ has been achieved by San Alfonso del Mar resort from Chile, South America.
The pool at San Alfonso del Mar resort is 3,324 foot long (1013 meters) with a colossal area of 19.77 acres (8 ha) and contains over 66,000,000 gallons of water (250,000 cubic meters).