'Biggest and Smallest'

longest and smallest flute playing performance in a concert

Posted by admin 27 Mar 2016 Comments Off
longest and smallest flute playing performance in a concert

The World Record ‘longest and smallest flute playing performance in a concert’ has been achieved by Mr. Azharuddin Shaikh from Pune, Maharashtra, India.

On March 16, 2016; in MR children workshop organized by Mahavir International Raipur Capital, Mr. Shaikh played the longest flute: Anahat Venu (12 feet) and the smallest flute: Chetanya Venu (1 Inch) successively.

Longest Hug

Posted by admin 16 Mar 2016 Comments Off
Longest Hug

The World Record of ‘longest hug’ has been achieved by Mr. Jon Bland and Mr. Olly Wigglesworth from Manchester, England, UK

On Jun 9, 2014, Mr. Jon Bland and Olly Wigglesworth spent 27 hours hugging at Manchester Piccadilly Railway Station. They attempted this record of ‘hugathon’ to support National Carers Week on the station’s main concourse.

Smallest Working Drill

Posted by admin 12 Mar 2016 Comments Off
Smallest Working Drill

The World Record of ‘smallest working drill’ has been achieved by Lance Abernethy from Auckland New Zealand.

Mr. Lance Abemethy has made a working drill with dimensions of 17 mm x 7.5 mm x 13 mm. It has a dril bit of just 0.5 mm.

Longest Bus

Posted by admin 07 Mar 2016 Comments Off
Longest Bus

World Record of ‘longest bus’ has been achieved by Youngman JNP6250G from China.

The Eighty Two (82) foot long super liner named Youngman JNP6250G can carry around 300 passengers in a single trip. It has 5 doors to make it trouble-free entry and exit.

Smallest Cattle

Posted by admin 07 Mar 2016 Comments Off
Smallest Cattle

The World Record of ‘smallest cattle’ has been achieved by the Vechur Cattle from Kerala, India.

The Vechur Cattle is a rare breed of Bos indicus cattle with an average length of 124 cm and height of 87 cm. it gives larger amount of milk as compare to the amount of fodder it requires.

Largest Mosque

Posted by admin 04 Mar 2016 Comments Off
Largest Mosque

The World Record of ‘largest mosque’ has been achieved by Masjid al-Haram from Mecca, Saudi Arabia.

Masjid al-Haram is the largest mosque in the world. The mosque is also known as the Grand Mosque. The structure covers an area of 4,008,020 square metres (990.40 acres) including the outdoor and indoor praying spaces and can accommodate up to four million Muslim worshippers during the Hajj period.

Smallest Chair

Posted by admin 18 Feb 2016 Comments Off
Smallest Chair

The World Record of ‘smallest chair’ has been achieved by Mr. Mazid Yusuf from Az Zarqa, Jordan.

Mr. Yusuf made the smallest pair of chairs of dimensions of 1.5 mm x 4.5 mm with the help of wood and metal.

Smallest Laptop

Posted by admin 17 Feb 2016 Comments Off
Smallest Laptop

The World Record of ’smallest laptop’ has been achieved by UMID mbook from Korea.

The mbook measures just 158 x 94.1 x 18.6 mm and weighs only 315 gm. Its diminutive 4.8 in display has a 1024 x 600 resolution. A speaker sits on one side of the screen and a 1.3 Mp webcam rests on the other. The laptop is compatible with a strong selection of communication technologies including HSDPA, Bluetooth 2.0 and WiBro.

Longest Painting

Posted by admin 17 Feb 2016 Comments Off
Longest Painting

The World Record of ‘longest painting (multiple contribution)’ has been jointly achieved by Vibrant Goa Foundation and Institute of Indian Interiors Designers, Goa centre at Taleigao, Goa, India.

During Oct 17-18, 2019; painting of One Thousand Ten (1010) feet length has been prepared with contribution of various people.

The painting has been prepared to aware people towards the environment during Vibrant Goa: Global Expo & Summit 2019 at Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukharjee Stadium.

Biggest Remote Control Robot

Posted by admin 14 Feb 2016 Comments Off
Biggest Remote Control Robot

The world record of ‘biggest remote control robot’ has been achieved by Zollner Elektronic AG from Germany.

Radio-controlled Robot ‘dragon’ stands 51 feet tall, weighs 11 tons and it breathes fire. It is powered by a 140 horsepower, 2.0 liter engine, and has a 39-foot wingspan. With both hydraulic and electronic components, it has 9 apart controllers, any containing dual TI processors, a Fujitsu microcontroller, and 238 sensors. It also has veins that will drain theatre blood; a whole 80 liters worth.