Biggest Rangoli

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The World Record of making World’s ‘biggest rangoli’ has been achieved by Mr. Manickam Selvendran, Collector & DM Singrauli; in association with Mr. Tejinder Singh, Chairman, Sheela Foundation and Northern Coalfields Limited from Singrauli, Madhya Pradesh, India.

Logo of ‘Save Girl Child Campaign’ was made in rangoli; measuring 22,863 square meters (2,46,095 square feet). On April 14, 2013; more than 1500 students at the NCL stadium Jhingurdah, Singrauli, made the Rangoli in which about 50,000 kg of rangoli colors in seven shades were used.


Previous World Record:

World’s Largest Rangoli made by Prajapita Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya, Ahmedabad, India. on 26th November 2011.It was created at the Ashokbhau Firodia School ground and measured 9,028 square metres (97,176 square feet). More than 2,500 students and members of Brahma Kumaris youth wing from all over the country participated in the mega event.

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