Since 2006, the India Book of Records has been the undisputed curator and the custodian of Indian Records. For us, it is simply not about making a record; but pushing the human boundaries to reach a yearning for the collective good of Mankind as well as overcoming individual limitations.
Stepping into the 18th year of its publication, we are the only book of records, which has been published consistently over these years. We are honoured to have an illustrious team of Chief Editors from record books of seven nations (Vietnam, Malaysia, USA, Nepal, Indonesia, Bangladesh, and Thailand) as its board members.
We believe that talent knows no boundary. Religion, caste, creed, colour, doesn’t determine the person nor their capabilities. We at India Book of Records adhere to the policy of Inclusiveness – All is One.
An experienced team of 50 adjudicators; ensures that the record-setter reach their goal and achieve the record following all the rules set as per the ‘International Protocol for New Records (IPNR)’ guidelines.
Our editorial team of 45 members works tirelessly to verify, process, and authenticate your achievements; in an unbiased manner to select the deserving record.
The extraordinary feats achieved by our record-holders also receive International exposure. International publications like Washington Post, BBC, New York Times, The Telegraph, to name a few, give coverage to our record holders.
Besides the attention received from International media, every year Top 50 India Book of Record holders, records are placed in the ‘World Records Museum’ – Jakarta, Indonesia. The Top 10 India Book of Record holders are invited and honoured in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, by Vietnam Book of Records in the presence of more than 1000 international record holders and the top 50 International media.
India Book of Records organizes a ‘Record Holders Exchange Programme’ every year, wherein India Book of Record holders get an opportunity to interact with foreign record holders. This activity coincides with the launch of the new edition of the India Book of Records
Top 50 India Book of Record holders, records are placed in the ‘World Records Museum’ – Jakarta, Indonesia. The Top 10 India Book of Record holders are invited and honoured in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, by Vietnam Book of Records in the presence of more than 1000 international record holders and the top 50 International media.
Coverage by mainstream media both in print and television, like The Times of India, The Hindustan Times, Aaj Tak, Republic TV, India Today to name a few.
Every year, India Book of Records holders get nominated for Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Bal Puraskar Award and are felicitated; at the event of the Republic Day Parade.