'Biggest and Smallest'

Largest Kazoo Congregation

Posted by admin 20 Jun 2017 Comments Off
Largest Kazoo Congregation

The World Record of ‘largest kazoo congregation’ has been achieved by Big Red Nose Show from London, UK.

On March 14; Five Thousand One Hundred Ninety (5190) people participated in the largest kazoo congregation.

Smallest Ashtray

Posted by admin 13 Jun 2017 Comments Off
Smallest Ashtray

The World Record of creating ‘smallest ashtray’ has been achieved by Mr. Ikbal Sakka from Udaipur, Rajasthan, India.

On Dec 06, 2016; Mr. Sakka created the smallest ashtray made up of gold. The ashtray has circumference of 7 mm and 4 mm height. A skeleton is also carved inside representing the consequences of smoking.

Longest Religious Flag

Posted by admin 10 Jun 2017 Comments Off
Longest Religious Flag

The World Record of ‘longest religious flag’ has been achieved by Maa Amba Sewa Camp from Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India.

On Feb 09, 2018; organization exhibited the longest religious flag with the dimension of 615.7 m length and 3.20 m width. It was offered at Wat Witsanu Hindu Temple, Bangkok, Thailand.

Largest Mandolin Congregation

Posted by admin 09 Jun 2017 Comments Off
Largest Mandolin Congregation

The World Record of ‘largest mandolin congregation’ has been achieved by Mr. Michael Marakomichelakis from Heraklion, Crete, Greece.

On Sept 05; Four Hundred Fourteen (414) participants played Mandolins simultaneously in an event at Heraklion.

Largest Automobile Wheel Rims Sculpture

Posted by admin 09 Jun 2017 Comments Off
Largest Automobile Wheel Rims Sculpture

The World Record of ‘largest automobile wheel rims sculpture’ has been achieved by Mr. George Gottbrecht from North Dakota, USA.

Mr. Gottbrecht has built the largest automobile wheel rims sculpture measuring Eighteen Feet High (6 and a half meters) and 40 feet (12 meters) long. It has been built from over 2000 discarded automobile wheel rims. He built a giant turtle statue, in honour of the famous Turtle Mountains state park.

Largest Balaclava

Posted by admin 07 Jun 2017 Comments Off
Largest Balaclava

The World Record of ‘largest balaclava’ has been achieved by Ms. Vaishali Sahare Thakur from Chindwada, Madhya Pradesh, India.

On May 28, 2017; Ms. Thakur exhibited the hand knitted largest woolen balaclava (ski mask) measuring length of 10 feet 10 inch and diameter 1 foot 3.5 inch.

Longest chess marathon

Posted by admin 06 Jun 2017 Comments Off
Longest chess marathon

The Wold Record of ‘longest chess marathon’ has been jointly achieved by Mr. Magne Sagafos and Mr. Joachim Berg-Jensen from Stavanger, Norway.

During June 22-24, 2015; Mr. Sagafos and Mr. Berg-Jensen played the chess for 40 hr 42 min. The World Record was attempted to promote the chess in Norway.

Largest Cedar Bucket

Posted by admin 05 Jun 2017 Comments Off
Largest Cedar Bucket

The World Record of ‘largest cedar bucket of the world’ has been achieved by Tennessee Red Cedar Wooden Works Company from Cannonsburgh, Tennessee, USA.

largest cedar bucket of the world made of red cedar wood can holds One Thousand Five Hundred Fifty Six (1556) gallons and stands six feet tall & six feet wide at the base.

Largest Origami Boat Mosaic

Posted by admin 05 Jun 2017 Comments Off
Largest Origami Boat Mosaic

The World Record of ‘largest origami boat mosaic’ has been achieved by IIMT University from Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, India.

On March 20, 2017; during the celebration of International Happiness Day, One Thousand Five Hundred (1500) origami boats were arranged in the mosaic illustrating ‘smiley’ with diameter of Seven feet.

Smallest Mammal

Posted by admin 02 Jun 2017 Comments Off
Smallest Mammal

The world record of ‘smallest mammal’ has been achieved by Etruscan shrew (Suncus estruscus) from North America.

Also known as the Etruscan Pygmy shrew or the white toothed Pygmy shrew is the smallest known mammal by mass. It weighs only 1.2 to 2.7 g(about 1.8 grams on average) and considered as world’s smallest mammal. The Etruscan shrew has a body length of about 4 centimetres (1.6 in) excluding the tail. These shrews prefer warm and damp climates and are widely distributed in the belt between 10 degrees and 30 degrees N latitude stretching from Europe and North Africa up to Malaysia. It is also found in the Maltese islands, which is situated in the middle of the Mediterranean sea.