MOST NUMBER OF BOTTLES ART WITHOUT ANY CUTTING Mr. L.ESWAR RAO, BA, Sculptor & Artist born on 21st Oct 1979 , Jatni, Dist- Puri, MAKE A RECORD – Most Number of Bottles Art Without any Cutting…
MOST NUMBER OF BOTTLES ART WITHOUT ANY CUTTING
Mr. L.ESWAR RAO, BA, Sculptor & Artist born on 21st Oct 1979 , Jatni, Dist- Puri, MAKE A RECORD – Most Number of Bottles Art Without any Cutting. He made different types of carving in Most Number of Materials like Battery Lead, chalk piece, Colour Crayons, Coal, Clay, Glass, Pencil, Paper, Rice, Stone, soap, Turmeric, Tamarind seeds, Thermocol, Wood, Water filter Candle, Wax etc. inside the bottle. He used the bottles 2 ml to 2 Litters, Those bottle he collect and prepare National Flag, National Emblem, Historical monuments, Important festivals, events Like Republic Day, the Independence, the Women’s Day, Trophies, deities and temples etc inside the bottle. He had made around 500 Bottles art on soaps, stones and other materials.
MOST SWORDS SWALLOWED AND TWISTED BRAD BYERS swallowed 12 swords each 27.75” long (23” blades ) and rotated them 180 degrees in his esophagus on august 8, 2015 at the farmers market in friendship s…
MOST SWORDS SWALLOWED AND TWISTED
BRAD BYERS swallowed 12 swords each 27.75” long (23” blades ) and rotated them 180 degrees in his esophagus on august 8, 2015 at the farmers market in friendship square , Moscow. Idaho USA . No lubrication ( i.e licking the blades or coating them with vegetable oil ) was used on the swords . The 12 swords were inserted consecutively and then twisted simultaneously. A formal bow was taken prior to the removal of the swords.
WORLD’S FASTEST PIANIST
AMAN BATHLA (Born on 19th February 1980), native of Gurgaon, Haryana, India is a pianist who can mesmerize, rejuvenate and give a refreshing feel with his melodious tones produced from Piano. He has created a history on 4th December 2014, when he played 804 notes in just 1 minute at one of his Piano Concerts held at Epicenter, Gurgoan, India. This made him to achieve the title as the “WORLD’S FASTEST PIANIST”.
Chandra Bahadur Dangi (30 November 1939 – 3 September 2015) Nepali was the shortest man in recorded history for whom there is irrefutable evidence, measuring 54.6 cm (1 ft 9 1⁄2 in) Dangi was a primordial dwarf. He broke the record of Gul Mohammed (1957–97), whose height was 57 cm (1 ft 10 in). Chandra came to the attention of the media when a wood contractor saw him in his village in the Dang district of Nepal, and he was awarded the title of shortest adult human ever recorded after his height was measured in February 2012.
The World Record of highest score in KUKU KUBE is 82 in 60 seconds.This record has been achieved by Mr. ASHISH CHOPRA, on 03 August 2015, at Gurgaon, Haryana, India. KUKU KUBE is an eye testing game.In which you play with colours and time being the main factor.
Source: RUBBER MAN