The World Record of ‘largest wetland’ has been achieved by Panjin Red Beach from Panjin, Liaoning, China.
It spans over 51 square miles of coastal land. The soil is incredibly saline. Panjin Red Beach lies on the Shuangtaizi River estuary, just outside of Panjin city. Red Beach is famous for its landscape featuring the red plant of Seepweed (Suaeda salsa of the Chenopodiaceae family). Seepweed needs the saline conditions to grow. The seepweed matures in autumn then its leaves turn a deep red colour. Entire Panjin Red Beach is covered with it hence many Chinese people have dubbed it ‘red carpet beach’. The entire wetland is considered a protected area, as it’s also home to more than 260 varieties of birds and around 400 species of wildlife.
The World Record of Biggest Gold Bullion has been achieved by Gold Museum Jinguashi from Ruifang, Taipai, Taiwan.
The biggest gold bullion placed at Gold Museum Jinguashi weight Two Hundred Twenty (220) kg.
The World Record of ‘largest human depiction of infinity symbol’ has been achieved by Infinity Campaign from Nishinari, Osaka, Japan.
On October 18, 2015, Two Hundred Eighty Eight (288) associates sat in the shapes of Infinity symbol wearing a yellow poncho. The size of the largest human depiction of infinity symbol was 20.3 x 13.2 m. The event was organized by the Nishinari Traffic Safety Association and Nishinari Police Station. Aim of the event was to raise the awareness of wearing a poncho when cycling in the rainfall in place of using an umbrella.
The World Record of ‘largest selling book on Ayurveda’ has been achieved by Aushadh Darshan published by Divya Prakashan, India.
Till Nov 04, 2016; Ten Million (10000000) copies of the book ‘Aushadh Darshan’ authored by Acharya Balkrishna ji from Patanjali Yogpeeth, Haridwar has been sold.
The World Record of ‘largest yoga hall’ has been achieved by Patanjali Yogpeeth from Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India.
Under guidance of Swami Ramdev ji and Acharya Balkrishna ji; Patanjali Yogpeeth has constructed the mega Yoga hall of size 199727.12 sqft.
The World Record of ‘largest Kathak dance on skating (group)’ has been achieved by Arangam Music & Dance Academy from Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India.
On Nov 05, 2016; under the guidance of Ms. Pooja Gupta; a group of sixteen (16) girls performed Kathak dance on skating for 1 Hour and 45 minutes.
The World Record of ‘largest human depiction of dove’ has been achieved by Future Group of Institutions from Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh, India.
On November 06, 2015; One Thousand Forty Four (1044) people grouped together in the form of a large Dove at S. S. College Ground, Shahjahanpur.
Record was made during the event ‘Diwali Carnival’ organized by Amar Ujala: A leading news paper of India.
The World Record of ‘largest hand-written Bible’ has been achieved by Mr. Jacob H. Singh from Hisar, Haryana, India.
On Jan 01, 2013; Mr. Jacob completed the largest hand-written Bible with dimensions of 28x22x16 inch. The holy Bible with 1950 pages weight 120 kg.
The World Record of stitching ‘largest catorie blouse’ has been achieved by Ms. Anuradha proprietrix Vinay Fashion from Bangalore, Karnataka, India.
On Jan 06, 2014; five tailors of Vinay Fashion under the guidance of Ms. Anuradha stitched the gargantuan catorie blouse measuring 30 x 44 feet. It took 66 man-hours to stitch 280 meter cotton cloth and 20 meter piping cloth in the form of largest catorie blouse.
The World Record of ‘largest solar power plant of the world’ has been jointly achieved by The Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System from Nipton, California, USA.
The Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System is jointly owned by NRG Energy, BrightSource Energy and Google. It has 300,000 computer-controlled mirrors, each 7 feet high and 10 feet wide. It is controlled with computers to focus the Sun’s light to the top of 459-foot towers, where water is turned into steam to power turbines. At full capacity, the facility’s trio of 450-foot high towers produces a gross total of 392 megawatts of solar power. It is sprawling across 5 square miles of federal land near the California-Nevada border.