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Maximum models of musical instruments created using glass bottles

Pranav MS (born on March 16, 1999) of Kerala, India, set a record for creating the maximum number of models of musical instruments using glass bottles. He aesthetically created six models of musical instruments including Guitar, Veena, Violin, Harmonium, Piano and Tabla using six waste glass bottles, spray paint, acrylic colours, cardboard, chart paper, thermocol and strings, as confirmed on February 21, 2022.

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Maximum flowers made on CDs using different materials

Jithy M. T. (born on December 13, 1992) of Kerala, India, set a record for making the maximum number of flowers on CDs using different materials. She made 100 flowers on 100 CDs by using different materials like cereals, pulses, seeds and other craft items, as confirmed on April 29, 2022.

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Maximum pencil portraits of Indian cricketers

Arshpreet Singh (born on June 2, 2008) of Uttar Pradesh, India, set a record for making the maximum number of pencil portraits of Indian cricketers. He made the pencil portraits of 70 Indian cricketers including Virat Kohli, Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Tewatia on a single A3 size sheet, as confirmed on April 13, 2022.

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Maximum movie names of an Indian actor carved on pencil leads

Robin Abraham (born on February 5, 1997) of Kerala, India, set a record for carving out the names of the maximum number of movies of an Indian actor on pencil leads. He carved out the names of 64 Hindi movies of Shahrukh Khan on 64 pencil leads, as confirmed on March 19, 2022.

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All Indian Prime Minister portraits carved on jackfruit leaves

Vivek A. (born on May 31, 2001) of Kerala, India, set a record for carving out the portraits of all Indian Prime Ministers on jackfruit leaves. He neatly carved out the portraits of 15 Indian Prime Ministers (from Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru to Mr. Narendra Modi) on 15 jackfruit leaves using a surgical blade, pen and marker, as confirmed on December 18, 2021.

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Maximum portraits made using sand

Karan Nayakar (born on April 7, 1995) of Gujarat, India, set a record for making the maximum number of portraits using sand. He made 304 portraits of different individuals including Narendra Modi, Elon Musk, Virat Kohli, Sonu Sood and Mahendra Singh Dhoni, as confirmed on July 8, 2021.

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Unique ornamental tree in the shape of a dragon

  Vu Duc Dong (born on July 11, 1972) of Dong Thap Province, Vietnam, set a record for possessing Dai Long Ky Moc - the ancient ornamental Sop tree (Ficus subpisocarpa) in the shape of a dragon, which has a unique shape in all of Asia. The Sop tree (Ficus subpisocarpa) is 12 meters in length with a horizontal trunk and branches bent in ancient ornamental style. The structure of the tree is similar to a winding dragon flying upward in the sky, as confirmed on June 30, 2021.

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Culture & Creativity abradmin February 22, 2022

Maximum paper shoes made by an individual

Mohit Jangra (born on August 7, 1997) of Maharashtra, India, set a record for making the maximum number of paper shoes. He made 97 different shoes with paper to promote paper craft, as confirmed on January 15, 2022.

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Culture & Creativity abradmin February 16, 2022

National Anthem carved on pencil leads by a specially abled person

Mantha Omprakash, a specially abled person (born on July 10, 1997) of Telangana, India, set a record for carving out the National Anthem on pencil leads. Suffering with 44% of Locomotor Disability, he beautifully carved out the National Anthem on 17 pencil leads, as confirmed on January 12, 2022.

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Culture & Creativity abradmin January 21, 2022

All seven wonders of the world drawn on a single egg shell

Jancy C.J. (born on June 23, 1999) of Kerala, India, set a record for drawing all the seven wonders of the world on a single egg shell. She drew all the new seven wonders of the world including the Taj Mahal, Chichen Itza and the Great Wall of China on a single egg shell, as confirmed on December 6, 2021.

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