Women’s Day 2019: Meet proud Indian women who hit global records and listed their names in the Guinness Book of Records

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Indian females are no more to be reliant on males as we have witnessed the major transformations in the civilization since last years that how Indian females hit all the labels that they are not believed to do job outside their residence or must not lift up their voice for anything. They must be an excellent housewife or perfect girl etc. all these turn older things because females are now self-reliant, competent and have attained a lot in a number of arenas.

They are conscious of their legal rights. There is no uncertainty that females have always played a significant character in making the nation to feel bigheaded.

In the country like India, there are a lot of females who have changed the state of mind of people and hit a global record and also listed their names in Guinness Book of World Records.


Kalamandalam Hemalatha, who hails from the state of Kerala, has made a Guinness World Records for the ‘longest dance marathon by an individual’ and lodged her name in the most coveted list on 6th January 2011. She did the Mohiniyattam, one of the eight Indian traditional dance types.

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Tashi and Nungshi Malik are the twin sisters belonged to Northern India who had listed their names in the Guinness World Record to finish up the Explorers Grand Slam when they were 23.

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Jyoti has listed herself in The Guinness Book of Records as the shortest female in the globe. When the global records book made confirmation about Jyoti’s name, at that time, she was just 17. She was  24.7 tall and her overall body weight was 11.2 lb.

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About 2,000 people group, commonly named MICQ have locate the global record two times. The first time Mother India’s Crochet Queens made it to the Guinness World Record by creating knitted largest crochet blanket in the globe, which measures 11,148 square meters.

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Whilst during the year 2017, the group fruitfully hit one more record, for the longest crochet scarf that measured 14.089 kilometres.

Happy Women’s Day!

Published by Vijay Singh on 07 Mar 2019

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