Kids attempt to create Guinness World Record
THE HANS INDIA |
Aug 06,2017 , 03:18 AM IST
Hanamkonda: Students from various schools of Warangal on Saturday made an attempt of entering the Guinness Book of World Records by creating human image of a car. More than 3000 students participated in the event.
The feat was organised under the aegis of New Delhi based Safal Bharat Foundation. The students gathered on the sprawling grounds of St Gabriel’s High School in Kazipet on Saturday. The students broke the previous record performed by Chennai in 2016 with 1665 individuals forming a car shape.
“Our feat on Saturday had broken the earlier record of human image of car. The record is created with a total of 3300 students nearly double of the number of participants involved in Chennai record event,” the foundation settlor Kishore Parupelli said. Speaking to The Hans India he said the objective behind the event was to create awareness among students about Guinness world record. It was also aimed at motivating them in creating and performing their own records, he added.
He further stated that plans are being formulated to break at least two records every year with the involvement of students.
The foundation would be attempting to create a Guinness Record with 10, 000 students in New Delhi in January 2018 by illustrating a smile face for which arrangements are underway.
The foundation had been adopting students with special talents and assisting them financially for their education, he added. Senior BJP leader and former MLA Vannala Sriramulu expressing pleasure at the record breaking event said it would serve as an inspiration to the students in the city and encourage them to aim for big things in lives.
Music CD containing the theme song of the foundation was released on the occasion. The song was written by noted writer Vallampatla Nageshwara Rao. Safal Bharat Foundation was founded by retired mandal educational officer Shyam Sunder Parupelli along with his wife Sharada with an objective of bringing out and promoting skills hidden among students.