'Achievement and Initiatives'

First to Write with both Hands and Legs Simultaneously

Posted by admin 24 Apr 2014 Comments Off
First to Write with both Hands and Legs Simultaneously

The World Record of ‘first to write with both hands and legs simultaneously’ has been achieved by Mr. Manoj Chand from Chaukham, Baitadi, Nepal.

Mr. Manoj can write with both his hands and legs simultaneously and that also normal, and reverse handwriting. He has learnt this skill through constant practice over three years.

Postulating a Counting Method Identifying Zero by Numbers in Quadrant of a Circle

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Postulating a Counting Method Identifying Zero by Numbers in Quadrant of a Circle

The World Record of postulating ‘counting method identifying zero by numbers in the quadrant of a circle’ has been achieved by Mr. Shyam Singh Thakur from Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India.

Mr. Thakur Postulated the system working on zero-less scale on the graph meaning the system does not zero for the purpose of counting.

Largest Number of Songs Memorized and Sung in Live Shows

Posted by admin 23 Apr 2014 Comments Off
Largest Number of Songs Memorized and Sung in Live Shows

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.

Fastest writing of English Alphabets

Posted by admin 23 Apr 2014 Comments Off
Fastest writing of English Alphabets

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.

Books Authored in Multiple Languages

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Books Authored in Multiple Languages

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.

Oldest to Earn Doctorate

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Oldest to Earn Doctorate

The World Record of ‘oldest to earn doctorate’ has been achieved by Dr. Surajmal Jain Bobra (83 years 7 months) from Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India.

On Jan 05, 2017; The Open International University for Complementary Medicine, Colombo has awarded the degree of PhD to Dr. Jain at the age of 83 years 7 months.

Most Number of Preaching by a Person

Posted by admin 18 Apr 2014 Comments Off
Most Number of Preaching by a Person

The World Record of ‘delivering most number of preaching’ has been achieved by H. H. 108 Bhavi Acharya Lalji Maharaj Shree Nrigendraprasadji; from Vadtal, Gujarat, India.

Till the date March 12, 2014; Bhavi Acharya Shree of Shree Swaminarayan Sampraday, Shree Laxminarayan Dev Gaddi has delivered Eleven Thousand (11000) preaches during various programmes in 30 years.

Largest Number of Couplets Written by a Person

Posted by admin 17 Apr 2014 Comments Off
Largest Number of Couplets Written by a Person

The World Record ‘largest number of couplets written by a person’ has been achieved by Dr. Om Joshi from Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India.

Till the date Feb 22, 2014; Dr. Joshi has written Five Hundred Nine Thousand Six Hundred Ninety Eight (509698) couplets in Hindi language.

Most number of tennis balls held in one hand for more than a minute

Posted by admin 17 Apr 2014 Comments Off
Most number of tennis balls held in one hand for more than a minute

The World Record for the most number of tennis balls held in one hand for more than one minute has been achieved by Narayan Timalsina of Palpa, Nepal. Narayan achieved the above said feat at an event organized by the Press Chautari Nepal Chapter at Tansen, Nepal on April 7th, 2013.

Narayan held a record number of 24 tennis balls in his right hand for more than one minute (precisely one and a half minute).

Most people singing a national anthem simultaneously at a single location

Posted by admin 17 Apr 2014 Comments Off
Most people singing a national anthem simultaneously at a single location

The world record, most people singing a national anthem simultaneously at a single location has been achieved by the Ministry of Cultural Affairs, Government of Bangladesh and the Armed Forces Division at Dhaka, Bangladesh.

On March 26, 2014; a total of Two Hundred Fifty-four Thousand Five Hundred Thirty-seven (254,537) participants sang the national anthem of Bangladesh at National parade ground. In the event ‘Lakho Konthe Sonar Bangla’; participants sang the national anthem of the nation namely ‘Amar shonar Bongla, ami tume balobashi’.