6 World Records Created By Indians | Indians World Records | With CC | Planet Leaf
Welcome to TFC Media Planet Leaf… No need to say that India is the home for various traditions and customs among all other countries. Along with them, there are many amazing things. Here there are poorest of the poor and richest of the rich. Well, among 130 crores… We have been seeing many people feel the anxiety to show off their special talents and create wonders time to time. But few of them try to create different from normal wonders. In this video, I am going to show you the information about the individuals who created such amazing Guinness World Records. No. 1: World’s Largest Turban Avtar Singh from Punjab holds the Guinness World Record wearing the world’s largest turban. The turban is a headdress which is wrapped around the head. In Sikhism, Turban is considered as the most essential thing. Avtar Singh from Punjab wore an exceptional turban. It weighs about 100 pounds. To tie this turban, it takes 6 hours time for Avtar Singh. Surprisingly, he has been carrying such a weight since past 16 years. Even if the onlookers think why is he carrying so much weight at this age… Avtar Singh did not find any difficulty with this 100-pound turban. With this, he bagged the place in Guinness World record. No. 2: Tattoo Man Parkash Rishi, a Delhi resident, had got tattoos on his body and created Guinness World Record. Do not get surprised how can a man create a record by tattooing his body. Generally, due to the pain that we feel while getting tattoos… Many feel discomfort just for one or two tattoos. Parkash Rishi got the tattoos of flags of 305 different countries, 185 country maps, 165 mini flags and 2,985 characters at the age of 70 years all over his body… And created the world record. But these excess tattoos created some problem in his personal life. As his wife threatened him that she will leave him if he gets a single tattoo more… Prakash Rishi stopped getting tattooed with that. No. 3: World’s Longest Moustache Ram Singh Chauhan, from Jaipur, holds the Guinness World Record for his moustache. Do not get surprised how can he create the for the moustache. What you heard is true. Generally, moustache grows up to 10 cm. But Ram Singh has grown his moustache with a whopping length of 4.9 metres (About 14 feet). It was measured in 2010 on the set of the Italian TV show ‘Lo Show dei Record’ in Italy. Until now nobody has the moustache longer than his moustache in the world. So he holds the Guinness World Record. No. 4: World’s Fastest Typing Mohammed Khurshid Hussain from Hyderabad created a new Guinness World Record for fastest typing. But here the surprising thing is… Khurshid set a new world record for typing at high speed using his nose but not with the fingers. While a girl typed a 103-character sentence in just 1 minute 33 seconds… Breaking this record, Khurshid typed a 103-character sentence in just 47.44 seconds and bagged the place in Guinness World Records. No. 5: The highest number of hugs in one hour Generally, anyone would feel little embarrassing to hug everyone on the road. But a person had made another Guinness World Record for giving 2,436 hugs in one hour. Jayasimha Ravirala created this record on 29 September 2012. Jayasimha holds several Guinness World Records titles for hugs. No. 6: Longest fingernails Shridhar Chillal from Pune created a new Guinness World Record for his longest fingernails. This is true even though it is strange to listen. Chillal who was born in 1938 has not cut the fingernails since 1952. They have grown the length of 909.6 cm long. The combined length of those fingernails is about 9 meters. Even though growing his fingernails so long created difficulty in doing his daily activities in his personal life… He did like to remove them. Because he wanted to preserve his nails in the museum after his death. For this, he holds the Guinness World Record. This is the information about 6 Guinness World Records created by Indians. To know few more interesting facts… Please do not forget to subscribe to our Planet Leaf channel.