Mass Attempts Records

India Book of Records prefers both records made in high intensities and numbers

A record is made, created  broken every second, minute in the world, according to India Book of Records. Some records are singular records, other are plural records, says India Book of Records. An activity in a record can be done just for one time as well as innumerable times, says India Book of Records. The latter falls in the category of Mass Attempts record category of India Book of Records. However, seeing a record made, created when others start following the same comes under the head of Mass Attempts record category of India Book of Records.

Inspiration is one of the themes of life and backbone of Mass Attempts records category of India Book of Records. On the same lines as that of most number of common people in the country, India Book of Records too believes in power of masses. Nothing can stand in front of the effect, reach and power which masses experience and depict, feels India Book of Records. Same goes for Mass Attempts records’ category of India Book of Records, which encourage others to attempts for the same record simultaneously with the original one and in future times, till many years  to come down the line.

Seeing someone going for cleanliness of water bodies project, can encourage a large number of people to lend their helping hands in one of the most required global projects of the moment i.e. conserving our water bodies for the sake of our coming generations, says India Book of Records. Leading by being an example, is another facet of Mass Attempts records category of India Book of Records.

When it comes to leading by example it is not just an adult who fits the bill, but even a child can make others to sit up, take note, think, act etc, feels India Book of Records. With not so secure times for children going on, a child able to stand for one’s rights clubbing with it rights, protection, peace, stability, equality of others, only sums for a Mass Attempts record, award to be felicitated by India Book of Records to one along with other record holding books of the world.

Large scale attempts, efforts made in the direction of empowerment of girl child, children, women, children community in total, marginalized groups in a society, either by a single person, group of persons, a large body, organization and the like, calls out for worthy of being felicitated, feels India Book of Records. It is both the power of a person as well as the record attempted by one, which is taken into consideration in Mass Attempts records category of India Book of Records. It could be a single jump towards trying touching the sky, but if it propels others to leap for the horizon, it can very well be taken in the category of Mass Attempts records group of India Book of Records.

THE BRILLIANT GROUP OF STUDENTS OF APTWR SCHOOL

‘Brilliant’ is an appropriate term for the students of the APTWR School of Alur, Kurnool who performed outstandingly and achieved multiple memory records at APTWREI Society, Continue reading “THE BRILLIANT GROUP OF STUDENTS OF APTWR SCHOOL” »

LONGEST CYCLING EXPEDITION BY A TRIO TO PROMOTE ‘SAVE EARTH FREE FROM POLLUTION’

The record for completing the longest cycling expedition was set by Pankaj Bisht (born on June 30, 1998), Sagar Dewrari (born on March 30, 1998), and Rishabh Joshi (born on June 30, 1998) of Nainital, Uttarakhand. Continue reading “LONGEST CYCLING EXPEDITION BY A TRIO TO PROMOTE ‘SAVE EARTH FREE FROM POLLUTION’” »

LONGEST DISTANCE COVERED IN OPEN WATER SEA SWIMMING RELAY BY A GROUP

The record for covering the longest distance in an open water sea swimming relay was set by Neel Yogesh Vaidya (born on April 11, 2007) of Raigad, Maharashtra, along with five other members. Continue reading “LONGEST DISTANCE COVERED IN OPEN WATER SEA SWIMMING RELAY BY A GROUP” »

FASTEST SEEDING IN POTS BY TWO PERSONS SIMULTANEOUSLY IN ONE MINUTE

The record for being the fastest to seed in pots was set by Khush Jirawala (born on April 24, 2003) of Jodhpur, Rajasthan, along with his friend. Continue reading “FASTEST SEEDING IN POTS BY TWO PERSONS SIMULTANEOUSLY IN ONE MINUTE” »

MAXIMUM PEOPLE PARTICIPATING IN A VIRTUAL CAKE MAKING CONTEST

The record for the maximum number of people participating in a virtual cake making contest is 400 and was set by Neeraj Jain, Founder and Director Continue reading “MAXIMUM PEOPLE PARTICIPATING IN A VIRTUAL CAKE MAKING CONTEST” »

AN EXTRAORDINARY OFFICIAL CONFERENCE

The record for organising an extraordinary official conference was set by Sushant Tukaram Sunita Kamble (born on November 12, 1993) of Mumbai, Maharashtra, along with his team ‘Camp N Joy’. The team arranged a production setup for a formal meeting at a beachside, along with tent stay and various entertainment fillers such as the bonfire, live unplugged session, from January 25, 2020 (starting at 4 pm)  to  January 26, 2020 (ending at 10 am), as confirmed on June 3, 2020.

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BIGGEST POSTER CREATED ON COVID-19

The record for creating the biggest poster (measuring 12, 012 sq. feet) on COVID- 19 was set by Thurumella Ravindra Vijaya Prakash (born on July 15, 1964) of Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, along with three others. The poster, measuring 78 feet in length and 154 feet in width, was made along a spacious cemented road with the caption ‘Break the chain – Smash Corona’. The marvellous poster was made during the lockdown to provide Coronavirus awareness to the public, as confirmed on May 11, 2020.

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RECREATING DANDI MARCH ON ITS NINETIETH ANNIVERSARY

The record for recreating Dandi March on its nineteenth anniversary by running 385 km in 8 days from Sabarmati Ashram, Ahmedabad to Prarthna Mandir, Dandi was set by Rahul Sharma (born on November 5, 1976) of Ahmedabad, Gujarat, along with his four friends. He started the journey on March 12, 2020, travelling across the original Dandi Path taken by Mahatma Gandhi and completed the journey on March 19, 2020, as confirmed on May 15, 2020.

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