'Biggest and Smallest'

Largest Munchies Mosaic

Posted by admin 27 Jun 2017 Comments Off
Largest Munchies Mosaic

The World Record of ‘largest munchies mosaic’ has been achieved by Mr. Mohideen Baig from Galle, Sri Lanka.

On Aug 10, 1015; during an event, the largest munchies mosaic measuring 4.6 m x 6.41 m (15 feet wide, 21 feet long) with 642 kg (1415.37 pounds) of munchies was made at city Botanic Garden. Munchies of 10 different varieties were used to create the largest munchies mosaic.

Smallest Mickey Mouse Sculpture

Posted by admin 27 Jun 2017 Comments Off
Smallest Mickey Mouse Sculpture

The World Record of ‘smallest mickey mouse sculpture’ has been achieved by Aman Raj (17 year 09 month 15 days) from Bhagalpur, Bihar, India.

On Mar 29, 2018; master Aman (son of Ms. Nitu Raj & Mr. Balram Gupta) created the smallest Mickey mouse sculpture with dimensions of 1.8 x 1.8 mm.

Biggest Lobster Sculpture

Posted by admin 26 Jun 2017 Comments Off
Biggest Lobster Sculpture

The World Record of ‘biggest lobster sculpture’ has been achieved by Larry the Lobster from Kingston SE, Australia.

The gigantic lobster measured 18 m × 13.7 m × 15.2 m (59 ft × 45 ft × 50 ft) and weights 4 tonnes. Made of steel and fibreglass it was designed by Paul Kelly for Ian Backler and Rob Moyse is presently owned by Casey Sharpe and Jenna Lawrie.

Largest Ice Cream Scoop Pyramid

Posted by admin 26 Jun 2017 Comments Off
Largest Ice Cream Scoop Pyramid

The World Record of ‘largest ice cream scoop pyramid’ has been achieved by The Ice cream Galaxy from New York, USA.

On Jan 01, 2015; team led by Mr. Washabaugh prepared the largest ice cream scoop pyramid using Three Thousand Two Hundred Fifty (3250) scoops of ice cream. It stayed in place for 40 minutes.

Largest Human Depiction of International Symbol of Access

Posted by admin 26 Jun 2017 Comments Off
Largest Human Depiction of International Symbol of Access

The World Record of ‘largest human depiction of international symbol of access’ has been achieved by SAKSHAM (Samadrishti Kshamata Vikas Evam Anusandhan Mandal) from Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India.

On Jan 07, 2018; Eight Hundred Forty Three (843) people congregated in the shape of ‘symbol of access’. Record was attempted by all differently abled people.

Largest Transitory Temple

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Largest Transitory Temple

The World Record of ‘largest transitory temple’ has been achieved by Devi Ahilya Sai Social Bhakt Samiti from Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India.

During May 05-06, 2018, a transitory temple structure of Twenty Five Thousand (25000) sqft was erected in five days to exhibit the ‘paduka’ of Shri Sai Baba.

Mr. Bhola Singh Thakur convened the program.

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.