Helping Hand & Appreciation Records

India Book of Records appreciates helping hands and felicitates them

Helping hand, hands are hard to  get by  in today’s time. Whenever one finds a one, ones should respect, appreciate and thank lord for the same immensely, feels India Book of Records. India Book of Records considers all those worthy enough, big or small for having made a record, records, as and when one lends helping hands for issues, projects which hold social, cultural, economical, ecological importance or either try and give these fields new life, meaning altogether.

Not for publicity purpose or any other self interest motive behind them, but some people, organizations undertake extraordinary feats for the common good of a large number of people, society, country and the world on the whole, feels India Book of Records. For them no award for these can be better, bigger than the ones which they are supposed to receive and get from India Book of Records.

India Book of Records, considers it as its duty to give them their much asked for, deserved  respect, adulation, say in noble, charitable circles working. NGOs, other state, country and world-level bodies working in this respect, feature in above position in the list of India Book of Records to be felicitated under its Helping hand & appreciation category of records. There are only a very few people, organizations who dare to take the first step, initiate a revolution, despite fear involved or in absence of financial help, but they are the ones which find a place in the heart of India Book of Records and are held at a high pedestal and felicitated by it accordingly. Authorities are not just there for guiding us, but they too require our guidance, attention in a number of cases, feels India Book of Records.

One of the biggest of their requirements is to get help for protecting peace, tranquility, secular fabric of the country in every condition, at every cost possible, feels India Book of Records. Armed forces, soldiers, social activists, whistleblowers and the like, comprise the category under which India Book of Records considers them for its Helping hand & appreciation feats, records.

In addition to this, there are also sanitation, hygiene, cleanliness workers and inspectors, who by lending their time, energy, sometimes life even strive towards maintaining and in cases also making, building platforms for enabling people to live in a neat and clean environment in the future, feels India Book of Records. Injustices towards females are uncalled for, but still exist and thrive. So under India Book of Record’s Helping hand and appreciation category comes all those, who stand up for their rights, shunning injustices against them and in this way, encouraging others of their lot to follow suit and lead a life by being an example for others.

Malnutrition and high child mortality rates are problems in the country, which take away lives of innumerable children. So are crimes against them. However, there is a requirement of people who consider it as their duty to fight for the causes, try control them and mitigate them totally, at their own respective, individual levels if possible. India Book of Records, believes felicitating all those already fighting for the causes, while turning newcomers into these fields into professionals by supporting, awarding even their minimalist of the steps taken in the mentioned directions.

LONGEST EXPEDITION ON TRACTOR

LONGEST EXPEDITION ON TRACTOR

LONGEST EXPEDITION ON TRACTOR

Fox Adventure Club members including Jaibir Singh Virk (born on April 13, 1980) of Tohana, Haryana and Amit Chaudhary (born on April 28, 1981) of Kurukshetra, Haryana, successfully covered a distance of 3,623 km within the duration of 14 days (161 hour) starting on May 23, 2012 at 7:30pm from Baddi, Himachal Pradesh and concluding on June 6, 2012 at 11:00am at Tohana, Haryana, on a tractor, to spread the social awareness towards female foeticide. They passed through 12 Himalayan passes including Khardung la (the world’s highest motorable road). The expedition was sponsored by Indo Farm Equipment Pvt. Ltd.

LONGEST EXPEDITION ON TRACTOR

LONGEST EXPEDITION ON TRACTOR

FIRST TEAM TO SPREAD SOCIAL AWARENESS MESSAGES THROUGH THEME SONGS AND SHORT FILMS

FIRST TEAM TO SPREAD SOCIAL AWARENESS MESSAGES THROUGH THEME SONGS AND SHORT FILMS

FIRST TEAM TO SPREAD SOCIAL AWARENESS MESSAGES THROUGH THEME SONGS AND SHORT FILMS

RAINDROPSS, a youth based team from Chennai, Tamil Nadu, concentrates on delivering social awareness messages to the public in the form of short movies and theme songs through entertainment and media channels. They have successfully released 3 projects based on themes Eye Donation (released on October 22, 2011), World Disability Day (released on December 3, 2011) and Educate a Child (released on May 23, 2012). Their Album ‘Vizhigal’ based on the theme of Eye Donation won them the Silver Eye Award in January 2012.

MOST SAPLINGS DISTRIBUTED TO THE MOST NUMBER OF PEOPLE

MOST SAPLINGS DISTRIBUTED TO THE MOST NUMBER OF PEOPLE

MOST SAPLINGS DISTRIBUTED TO THE MOST NUMBER OF PEOPLE

K.R. Rakshana (born on May 2, 2007) of Karur, Tamil Nadu, distributed 10,000 saplings to 10,000 different people, within the duration of 48 hours, starting from July 27, 2012 and ending on July 29, 2012. She performed this social work to motivate others in preventing environment pollution and global warming.

MOST SAPLINGS DISTRIBUTED TO THE MOST NUMBER OF PEOPLE

MOST SAPLINGS DISTRIBUTED TO THE MOST NUMBER OF PEOPLE

 

SHORT DOCUMENTARY ON ORGAN DONATION

India Book of Records

India Book of Records

Nittala Gopala Krishna (born on October 27, 1947) of Ramanthapur, Hyderabad made a documentary of 22 minutes to spread the importance of donating body organs. He complete the documentary in December 2011 at Hyderabad, focusing the fact that a man can save the life of at least 5 people even after death by donating liver, kidney, heart and eyes.

WORLD’S LARGEST VOLUNTARY BLOOD DONOR DATABASE

India Book of Records

India Book of Records

The website www.friends2support.org has the largest online database with 90,000 registered donors till  2011, which is available to everyone all the time, and is used by all the blood banks in the country. The website was initiated by Shareef Sk , Naveen Reddy,  Koteswarao. S, Phani Kethamakaa and Murali Krishna, with the aim to  bring about  voluntary blood donors and those in need of blood, on to a common platform . On the website around 150-200 people donate blood every day.

Longest Strike (Satyagraha)

Master Vijay Singh

Longest Strike (Satyagraha)

Master Vijay Singh (born on May 10, 1962) of Muzaffarnagar, U. P. has been sitting on Satyagraha in front of the office of the District Magistrate of Muzaffarnagar for the past 16 years since February 26, 1996 till date. His struggle is against corruption and the powerful land mafia who have illegally captured the public agricultural land and public properties. His fight is the longest continuous non-political and non-violent “One Man Agitation’ in the country. As a result his Satyagraha, about 300 bighas of land has been freed from the illegal land possessors.

LONGEST STRIKE (SATYAGRAHA)

Master Vijay Singh

LONGEST STRIKE (SATYAGRAHA)

Master Vijay Singh (born on May 10, 1962) of Muzaffar Nagar, U.P has been sitting on Satyagraha for over 16 years starting from February 26, 1996 to till date in front of the office of the Dist. Magistrate of Muzaffarnagar. His agitation is the longest ‘one man agitation’ against corruption and powerful public land mafia in his own village. It is based on the non-violence concept of Gandhi Ji. As a result of this, about 300 bighas of land has been freed from illegal processors. On March 12, 2012, Mr. Vijay Singh will be felicitated by the adjudicator of India Book of Records Mr. Mohan Joshi for his heroic attempt.

Maximum Ribbons Tied Around Trees

Maureen Alvares

Maximum Ribbons Tied Around Trees

Maureen Alvares (born on September 26, 1966) of Margao, Goa organized an event for 6 days starting from August 8, 2011 to August 14, 2011 at Big Foot Loutolim, Goa, to represent the friendship of mankind with nature, in which 4,104 ribbons (total 4,230 meters) were tied around 1035 trees by people from all walks of life.