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Maximum languages used to direct a rap song

Aryansh Arora (born on January 1, 2002) of Uttar Pradesh, India, set a record for directing a rap song using the maximum number of languages. He wrote, sang and directed a rap song titled 'LIFE' (of 6 minutes and 54 seconds duration) and used twenty languages including Dutch, Gujarati, Latin, Haryanvi, Spanish, Hindi, Portuguese, Punjabi, Romanian, Nepali, Italian, Urdu, Swedish, Marathi, German and Bangla. It was released on Spotify, as confirmed on April 6, 2022.

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Maximum languages composed in one song

Viidhii Shaileshbhai Upadhyay (born on November 1, 1993) of Gujarat, India, set a record for composing a song with the maximum number of languages. She composed a song ‘We Are One’ with 106 languages including English, Danish, Filipino, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Mandarin, Sudanese and Tibetan. She also wrote, sung and performed in the song, as confirmed on October 26, 2021.

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Culture & Creativity abradmin January 29, 2022

Maximum musical instruments played by an individual

Sourabh Soni (born on October 10, 1996) of Rajasthan, India, set a record for playing the maximum number of musical instruments. He played 61 instruments including Jaltarang, Pedal Matka, Harmonium, Guitar, Tambura, Ravanahatha, Dilruba, Tanpura, Swarsangam, Bhapang, Kartal, Dafli, Mouth Organ, Pan Flute, Ektara, Bigul, Manjira, Cymbal, Morchang, Triangle, Violin, Ukraine, Damru, Gopichand, Algoza, Ukulele, Bongo, Sarangi and Hawaiian Guitar in 58 minutes, as confirmed on January 4, 2022.

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Culture & Creativity abradmin October 23, 2021

Bharatanatyam Jathis performed online by dancers for the longest duration

The dancers from around the globe under the guidance of Madurai R Muralidharan, Artistic Director, Nrithyakshethra Dance Academy, Tamil Nadu, India, set a record for performing Bharatanatyam Jathis online for the longest duration. A total number of 130 dancers performed Bharatanatyam Jathis virtually for 2 hours at Antispot Studio, Anna Nagar, Chennai on October 10, 2021.

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Longest Non-stop Traditional Dance Relay

Sri Rathakrishanan Music & Arts Centre, Selangor, Malaysia, set a record for the ‘Longest Non-stop Traditional Dance (Bharatanatyam) Relay’ under the guidance of Founder and Principal Nalini Rathakris. A total number of 36 dancers completed the dance relay in 35 hours, starting at 8 am on May 1, 2021 and ending at 7 pm on May 2, 2021 at Sri Rathakrishanan Music & Arts Centre, Kota Kemuning, Shah Alam.  

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Virtual dance and music festival for maximum consecutive days

Swathi Lakshmanan (born on November 16, 1990) of Tamil Nadu, India (now residing in California, USA), set a record for organising a virtual dance and music festival for the maximum number of consecutive days. The event, which witnessed the participation of 56 people, lasted 30 days from December 15, 2020 to January 13, 2021. It was focused on Indian classical art forms like Bharatanatyam, Kuchipudi, Mohiniattam, Kathak, Odissi and Carnatic music, as confirmed on February 8, 2021.

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Culture & Creativity abradmin January 30, 2021

LONGEST LAVANI DANCE MARATHON

Srushti Sudhir Jagtap (born on February 2, 2007) of Maharashtra, India, set a record for performing the longest Lavani dance marathon at Dayanand College, Latur, Maharashtra. She performed non-stop Lavani dance for 24-hours, started at 4:30pm, on January 26, 2021 and ended at 4:30pm, on January 27, 2021.

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Culture & Creativity abradmin November 6, 2020

MAXIMUM LANGUAGES COMPOSED IN ONE SONG

Ankith Gupta (born on September 16, 2003) of Tamil Nadu, India set a record for composing a song with maximum languages. He composed a song with 14 languages including English, Arabic, (more…)

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Culture & Creativity abradmin November 7, 2019

MAXIMUM CLASSICAL BALLET DANCE PERFORMANCES CONDUCTED

Samudrala Madhavi Ramanujam (born on May 22, 1971) of Telangana, India, set a record for conducting the maximum number of classical ballet dance performances titled 'Acharya Trayam'. She has performed 120 times across various holy places and metropolitan cities, with five international performances in the USA and three international performances in the UK between the years 2012 and 2019, as confirmed on September 27, 2019.

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Culture & Creativity abradmin August 18, 2019

UNIQUE AMALGAMATION OF PINNAL KOLATTAM WITH BHARATANATYAM

Sandhya Sankar, Co-Founder, Sai Krishna School of Fine Arts, Tiruppur, Tamil Nadu, India, set a record by organizing a unique amalgamation of Pinnal Kolattam with Bharatanatyam, wherein 62 girls performed together for 41 minutes, at the Navagraha Rathina Vinayakar Temple, Tamil Nadu, on August 15, 2019. (more…)

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