Guinness World Records Made By Indians 2016 – You Won’t Believe They Belong To Indians

Guinness World Records Made By Indians 2016 – You Won’t Believe They Belong To Indians

October 15, 2019 22 By Kailee Schamberger


Indians are second to none in a lot of fields,
be it technology, medicine, sports or business. You name it, and we’ve done it. The same
goes for holding unique Guinness World Records. Here are some amazing, and a few bizarre records
proudly held by Indians. As You know my name is Varun and you are watching
“The Gypsy Show”. With Indian’s spending lavishly on weddings,
this one doesn’t come as a surprise. Steel tycoon Lakshmi Mittal’s daughter’s wedding
holds the record for the most expensive wedding. Vanisha Mittal married investment banker Amit
Bhatia in 2004 where guests were entertained in full Bollywood style by superstar Shah
Rukh Khan. The total money spent on the wedding was a whopping USD 60 million. Jayasimha Ravirala broke the record for the
maximum number of hugs given. In an hour, he hugged as many as 2,436 people in Aditya
Institute of Technology and Management Tekkali, Andhra Pradesh. “A school dropout who began
his early life as a courier in the naxal movement and a domestic help, he rose to become a world-acclaimed
brain trainer with seven books on personality development to his credit after retiring as
a squadron leader in the Indian Air Force. Currently he is holding 14 Guinness World
Records to his name, which is also a record for most world records to any Indian. Kalamandalam Hemaletha went on to dance for
123 hours and 15 minutes at the Kerala Sangeetha Nataka Academy. On January 6, Guinness World
Records confirmed that she had set a world record for the “longest dance marathon by
an individual.” Beginning on 20 September . she shook her hips and wiggled her neck for
123 hours and 15 minutes. The 37-year old mother performed the Mohiniyattam that is
one of the eight Indian classical dance forms. She break the world record by crossing the
existing record performed in Mohiniyattam for 108 hours continuously. In a selfie-obsessed world, this record is
also proudly held by Indians. Students and staff from the Federal Institute of Science
and Technology hold the record for taking the largest number of selfies or self-portraits
– 1, 000 frames in a minute- in their campus near Kochi. 23-year-old Jyoti Amge is the world’s smallest
woman, measuring 61.95 centimetres (2 feet). She has earlier held the Guinness World Record
for being the tiniest teenager alive. Following Amge’s 18th birthday on December
21, 2011, she was officially declared the world’s smallest woman by Guinness World Records.
Her restricted height is due to a growth abnormality called achondroplasia. That’s all guys, If you like the video then
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