CULTURE & CREATIVITY RECORDS

India Book of Records has the culture of felicitating creativity

Appreciating, felicitating creativity are in the cultures of India Book of Records. Improvement in the cultural scenarios of societies, countries and the world on the whole, is in the priority list of India Book of Records. Creativity cannot grow in the lack of culture, feels India Book of Records. Both those creatively ahead as well as backward are the priorities of India Book of Records. Art, painting, music, dance, sculpting. sketching etc are all that encompass Culture & Creativity category of India Book of Records.

Extraordinary musical festivals, concerts, programs etc., feats in these regard, feature in India Book of Records. Specially endowed musicians, singers, drummers, rappers and the like form one of the categories of India Book of Records. Anything new, extra added in the field of Culture & Creativity is registered in the India Book of Records.

India Book of Records is with everything which is culturally and creatively-rich. India Book of Records believes in infusing in people the feeling, sense of culture and creativity. It is a bit difficult for both culture and creativity to go together, feels India Book of Records. But where both culture and creativity, go, thrive together it can only be called a double whammy, according to India Book of Records. New-age social media and its various platforms can be culturally and creatively rich, fells India Book of Records. On the same lines or even better than traditional media, according to India Book of Records.

Culture and creativity is paramount feels India Book of Records, is above everything. India Book of Records tries to remove obstacles which come in the way of culture and creativity. More new, strong platforms need to be provided for the betterment, development of Culture & Creativity, feels India Book of Records. India Book of Records believes in triple C’s which are Culture & Creativity and celebrations in their regard. People especially common ones, should be crusaders of Culture & Creativity, feels India Book of Records.

Culture & Creativity should not be a rigid but flexible aspect of life, life in general as well as that of people’s,  feels India Book of Records. Culture & Creativity should no way come under pressures of social taboos, stigmas, according to India Book of Records. Culture & Creativity should not get blinded, come under pressures of expectations, deliverance, feels India Book of Records. Culture & Creativity should be free-spirited and not a caged bird, individual, accumulation of thoughts, feelings and the like, according to India Book of Records. Flag, banner of Culture & Creativity, should always keep flying high, feels India Book of Records. Culture & Creativity given shape by things, tools, equipment and the like away from the norm, are highly appreciated by India Book of Records. Attraction towards Culture & Creativity, comes naturally to India Book of Records. Fragrance, effect of Culture & Creativity should spread strong and wide far, feels India Book of Records.

INDIA WRITTEN FOR THE MAXIMUM NUMBER OF TIMES ON A POSTCARD

The record for writing the word INDIA 11,865 times (without using a magnifying glass) on a postcard (measuring 14.5 cm × 9.5 cm) was set by Vijay R.T. (born on July 20, 1973) of Ramanagar, Karnataka. He took 33 days from November 11, 2018 to December 15, 2018 to write the word INDIA, as confirmed on March 4, 2020.

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SMALLEST WORLD MAP ON WOODEN PIECE

The record for making the smallest map of the world on a wooden piece was set by Jhonty Dhol (born on March 24, 2002) of South 24 Parganas, West Bengal. He made a world map on a wooden piece (measuring 1 cm in height and 1.8 cm in breadth) in 26 minutes and 55 seconds, as confirmed on February 29, 2020.

LARGEST ‘SANJA’ WALL ART USING COW DUNG

The record for making the largest ‘Sanja’ wall art using cow dung was set by Deepika Mali (born on August 4, 1986) of Udaipur, Rajasthan. She made this wall art (measuring 27.3ft x 25.2ft) in 2 days using natural colours, natural flowers, colourful metallic strips and other materials, as confirmed on January 27, 2020. (more…)

LARGEST PORTRAIT OF DR. APJ ABDUL KALAM BY SIGNATURES

The record for making the largest portrait of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam by signatures was set by Kalabhumi Institute of Fine Arts. A total of 47 students from the academy made this portrait (measuring 10.6ft x 17.4ft) in 1 hour 39 mins at Hotel Radisson Blu, Dwarka, as confirmed on January 27, 2020. (more…)

UNIQUE SHIP MODELS CREATED BY A SEPTUAGENARIAN

The record for creating unique ship models was set by a septuagenarian Anwar Hussain Baig (born on November 30, 1940) of Mumbai, Maharashtra at the age of 79 years and 2 months. He created seven ship models using discarded items such as artist brushes, ice cream spoons, tooth picks, wooden strips, stirring sticks, canvas cloth and domestic beads for making pulley, as confirmed on February 15, 2020.

YOUNGEST FEMALE GUITARIST

The record for being the youngest female guitarist was set by Nishma Amin Ali (born on February 18, 2004) of Medchal–Malkajgiri, Hyderabad. She plays the guitar soulfully and has also performed at the National Art Festival, the Regional Art Festival and the South India High Achievers Concert at the young age of 16 years and 7 days, as confirmed on February 25, 2020.

MAXIMUM WARLI ART PICTURES DRAWN BY A FEMALE

The maximum number of ‘Warli Art’ pictures drawn by a female is 500 and this record was set by Barnali Sinha (born on September 30, 1989) of Guwahati, Assam. She drew 500 traditional tribal style sketches using a black pen on separate A4 size sheets, as confirmed on March 3, 2020.

MAXIMUM ARTWORKS ON PLASTIC WASTE

The maximum number of artworks on plastic waste made by an individual is 101 and this record was set by Dr. Shivani (born on November 08, 1995) of Jodhpur, Rajasthan. She made these creative artworks on empty milk bags, caps, cream tubes, disposable spoons, plastic straws, sachets with an aim to promote awareness on plastic waste, as confirmed on February 25, 2020.

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