'Unique Records'

Gregorian Calendar Calculating Most Dates

Posted by admin 27 Aug 2016 Comments Off
 Gregorian Calendar  Calculating Most Dates

The World Record of creating ‘gregorian calendar calculating most dates’ has been achieved by Mr. Anil Kumar Srivastava from Gurgaon, Haryana, India.

By June 26, 2016; Mr. Srivastava has created a gregorian calendar which can calculate dates for 998200 years. The calendar created in A4 size paper calculates the date from year 1800 to 999999 AD.

Most Candles on a Cake

Posted by admin 15 Aug 2016 Comments Off
Most Candles on a Cake

The World Record of ‘most candles on a cake’ has been achieved by Ms. Socrate Farea from Paris, France.

On Nov 07, 2015; Forty Six Thousand One Hundred Seventy Eight (46178) candles were lit on a gigantic cake.

First Watch Phone

Posted by admin 15 Aug 2016 Comments Off
First Watch Phone

The World Record of ‘first watch phone of the world’ has been achieved by SPH-WP10 by Samsung from South Korea.

In 1999; Samsung launched the world’s first watch phone, the SPH-WP10, which was essentially an entire cell phone worn on the wrist. It had a protruding antenna, a monochrome LCD screen, and a 90-minute of talk time with an integrated speaker and microphone.

Most Consecutive Haircuts in Twelve Hours

Posted by admin 13 Aug 2016 Comments Off
Most Consecutive Haircuts in Twelve Hours

The World Record of ‘most consecutive haircuts in Twelve hours’ have been achieved by Mr. Kamal Ramzy from Alexandria, Egypt.

On March 21, 2015; Mr. Ramzy did One Hundred Forty Two (142) haircuts in Twelve hours. During the attempt assistants were allowed to help him for cleaning the place.

Thickest Hand-Written Poetry Book

Posted by admin 11 Aug 2016 Comments Off
Thickest Hand-Written Poetry Book

The World Record of authoring ‘thickest hand-written poetry book’ has been achieved by Mr. Vallabhdas Jerambhai Dabariya from Dhoraji, Gujarat, India.

Mr. Vallabhdas alias ‘Shreedas’ has authored thickest hand-written poetry book titled ‘Kavyodadhi’ with Five Thousand Nine Hundred Fifteen (5915) pages consisting 12345 Gujarati poems.

Book Translated in Most Languages

Posted by admin 31 Jul 2016 Comments Off
Book Translated in Most Languages

The World Record of ‘book translated in most languages’ has been achieved by The Way to Happiness authored by L. Ron Hubbard from Tilden, Nebraska, USA.

Till 2010; the book has been translated in Seventy (70) languages. The Way to Happiness is a common sense guide to better living.

First Exclusive Vegetarian Voyage on a Chartered Cruise

Posted by admin 29 Jul 2016 Comments Off
First Exclusive Vegetarian Voyage on a Chartered Cruise

The World Record of ‘first exclusive vegetarian voyage on a chartered cruise’ has been achieved by Vaishnavacharya 108 Shri Yadunathji Mahoday Shri from Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India.

During May 02 – 09, 2016; under the guidance of Shri Yadunathji Mahoday Shri, exclusive vegetarian food has been served to all the passengers of chartered cruise: Costa Neo Riviera. The tour was organized by Shri Global Pushti Parivar.

Relative Longest Forefingers

Posted by admin 22 Jul 2016 Comments Off
Relative Longest Forefingers

The World Record of ‘relative longest forefingers’ has been achieved by Mr. Debabrata Bhattacharjee from Dibrugarh, Assam, India.

With respect to the middle fingers of a man Mr. Bhattacharjee has relative longest forefingers in both the hands. His forefingers measured 6.9 and 6.7 cm while his middle fingers measured 6.4 and 6.5 cm.

Oldest Published Author

Posted by admin 22 Jul 2016 Comments Off
Oldest Published Author

The World Record of ‘oldest published author’ has been achieved by Ms. Bertha Wood from Bolton, Lancashire, UK.

On her 100th birthday (March 27, 2005); Ms. Wood got her book published. The book titled ‘Fresh Air and Fun’ is based on her memories of the Blackpool holiday camp set up with her husband Fred in 1935.

Largest Flying Human Depiction of Kite

Posted by admin 19 Jul 2016 Comments Off
Largest Flying Human Depiction of Kite

The World Record of ‘largest flying human depiction of kite’ has been achieved by Wingsuit flyers from multiple nations.

Wingsuit flyers from 12 countries including the United States, Canada, Britain, Australia, Russia, Poland, South Africa, Israel etc; flown to create a diamond-shaped kite formation while soaring over California. The jumpers leap from three separate aircraft at 13,500 feet (4,110 meters), create the formation and then break apart at 5,500 feet (1,680 meters).