10 Indian Guinness World Records That Are Simply Unbeatable

By Anurag Kataria

Most expensive wedding

The wedding of Vanisha Mittal, the steel tycoon's daughter, holds the record for the most expensive wedding in the world. In 2004, it was an unforgettable wedding party that cost more than 55 million dollars!

Longest solo dance marathon

Kalamandalam Hemalatha, a Mohiniattam dancer, set a record for the longest dance marathon when she performed for five consecutive days in 2011. She accomplished the feat in exactly 123 hours and 15 minutes, earning the title of "dancing queen of Kerala."

Largest turban in the world

By wearing the world's largest and heaviest 400-meter turban in 2010, Baba Major Singh set a new world record. More than a hundred hairpins were used to hold the turban up, and fifty metal religious symbols were attached to it.

Longest mustache in the world

With a mustache that measured 14 feet in length, Rajasthani Ram Singh Chauhan broke the world record in 2010. He had been growing his mustache for thirty years at the time.

Teenager with the longest hair

Nilanshi Patel, an Indian Rapunzel, set the record for the longest hair at 5 feet when she was just 16 years old. seven inches She let her hair grow for ten years after starting to do so when she was six years old. Before cutting her hair in 2020, she held the record for three years.

Most expensive suit sold at auction

In 2015, Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with US President Barack Obama in this suit. Laljibhai Tulsibai Patel purchased this suit for a whopping Rs. 4.31 cr. during an auction

The world's smallest woman

Jyoti Amge, a 23-year-old Nagpur native, is regarded as the world's smallest woman. She stands just 2 feet, 61.95 centimeters tall. Prior to this, Jyoti also held the record for the world's smallest teenager.

World’s largest biryani

The world's heaviest Biryani, which weighed approximately 12,000 kilograms, was cooked by Delhi-based Kohinoor Foods Limited in 2008. Our love of food was demonstrated by the participation of sixty chefs in this preparation.

Record of most songs

In 2015, Bollywood lyricist Sameer Anjaan was recognized as the most prolific lyricist in Bollywood history, having written 3,524 songs.

Most diamonds set in one ring

A ring with 24,679 diamonds was created by SWA Diamonds in Karathode, Kerala, India, in 2022. The ring was made with the theme of a mushroom since it represents immortality and longevity. The ring is named "Ami" meaning immortality.