Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan (National)

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The Guinness Book of World Record is a collection of honorable men, women and organizations that have shattered some amazing records in various fields. These people represent their countries in a way that gives inkling into its greatness and their desire to break the mold to inspire the entire world if need be. The biggest countries in the world have already made their names line up in top fields related to sports, medicine and what not. Previously, Pakistan was not mentioned in that elite list of record smashers – now, due to the hard work and perseverance of Pakistanis, this country is once again breaking Guinness world records by the dozen and reclaiming their spot in the limelight. Guinness Book of World Records has documented world records, achievements and extremities of the natural world. The first edition of the Records was compiled in August 1954, since then Pakistan has slowly and gradually made its mark. Pakistan is a God gifted country, rich in both human and natural resources. When it comes to world records, Pakistan and Pakistanis do not lag behind anyone. [1] Guinness Book of World Records has documented
  • Details
  • Type:

    Reference book

  • Publication date:

    November 10, 1951–present

  • Published in English:

    1955–present

  • Media type :

    Book, Television

  • Subject:

    World Records

  • Genre :

    Reference

  • Publisher:

    Jim Pattison Group

  • Editor :

    Craig Glenday (ed.)

  • Cover artist :

    Simon Jones

  • 2017 edition:

    63rd year of publication

  • Countries:

    Published in 100 countries

  • Languages:

    23 languages

  • Languages Names:

    English, Arabic, Bulgarian, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Filipino, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Norwegian, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Slovene, Spanish, Swedish, Scottish and Turkish

  • Name in English:

    Guinness Book of World Records

  • In Urdu:

    گینیس بک آف ورلڈ ریکارڈز

  • Number of Pakistan World's Records:

    Pakistan has 100 + World Records

  • Website:

    http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com

Imformation Pakistans Guinness Book Of World Records

Longest chain of people clasping wrists

Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
In an impressive show of solidarity, an amazing 2,950 participants successfully set a new record for the Longest chain of people clasping wrists at Jinnah Stadium in Islamabad, Pakistan - significantly breaking the previous record of 2,211. In order to achieve this Guinness World Records title, the enormous group of people were required to maintain the chain for over 60 seconds.[2] Amazing 2,950 participants successfully set a record

Most two finger push ups

Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Fitness fanatic Irfan Mehsood from Pakistan achieved his eighth Guinness World Records title during a recent attempt for the Most two finger push ups (two arms) in one minute carrying a 40 lb pack record. Wearing a rucksack packed with weights, Irfan completed an impressive 22 correctly performed push ups using just his thumbs during the attempt in Dera Ismail Khan[3] Fitness  Irfan Mehsood from Pakistan achieved

Most drink cans crushed with elbow

Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Martial arts expert Muhammad Rashid from Pakistan has achieved a number of impressive Guinness World Records titles over the past couple of years.  The most recent, and arguably the most dramatic attempt so far has seen him set a new record for the Most drink cans crushed with elbow in one minute, destroying 77 full cans in just 60 seconds.[4] Martial arts  Muhammad Rashid from Pakistan

Most kip-ups in one minute breakdance

Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
The most kip-ups in one minute is 34 and was achieved by Farhan Ayub (Pakistan), at Punjab Youth Festival 2014 organized by Sports Board Punjab, in Lahore, Pakistan, on 26 February 2014.

Most green coconuts smashed

Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
The most green coconuts smashed with the head in one minute is 35, achieved by Muhammad Rashid (Pakistan) in Karachi, Pakistan, on 31 December 2016. All green coconuts must leak out milk/water in order to be qualified as broken.[5] The most green coconuts smashed with the head

Longest cartoon strip individual

Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
The longest cartoon strip by an individual measured 267.38 m (877 ft 2.77 in), and was achieved by Unaiza Ali Barlas (Pakistan) in Lahore, Pakistan, on 12 March 2017. The cartoon strip consisted of a series of black and white squares in the classical comic strip style.[6] The longest cartoon strip ---------   by an individual

Martial arts student destroys walnuts

Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
The martial arts student from Pakistan cracked a stunning 97 walnuts in just 60 seconds using a nunchaku, or nunchucks – a potentially dangerous weapon which originated in Japan. As you can see in the video, not all of the nuts were counted as several did not shatter. But thanks to the speed of Mujtaba's attempt, he still achieved an impressive total.[7] The martial arts student from Pakistan cracked

Worlds Largest Human National Flag

Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
On Monday, 22 October 2012  More than 24,000 Pakistanis gathered to form the world’s largest “human national flag” in the eastern city of Lahore, smashing a five-year-old record set in Hong Kong by 21,726 participants. [8] Monday, 22 October  More than 24,000 Pakistanis

Most People Singing a National Anthem

Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
A huge crowd of 42,813 singers at the National Hockey Stadium in Central Lahore raised their voices to the tune of Qaumi Tarana as the world echoed with the Pakistani National Anthem. [9] A huge crowd of 42,813 singers National Hockey 

Largest Volunteer Ambulance Service

Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Abdul Sattar Edhi began his ambulance service in 1948. Today the network includes 500 ambulances all over Pakistan. Ambulances are radio-linked and the organization attracts funds of US$5 million a year. Great work by Edhi Sahab. Hats off to his untiring efforts for the people of Pakistan.[10] Abdul Sattar Edhi began his ambulance service

The Largest kurta

Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
A 101-foot-long kurta made by Pakistani craftsmen has been certified as the largest garment by the Guinness Book of World Records.The kurta weighed approximately 800 kg and was made by 50 professional tailors in 30 days. An effort to be commended. [11] A 101-foot-long kurta made -----------   by Pakistani

Most Girls In A Car

Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Girls have always been standout performers and the pride of the nation. In 2010, nineteen A’ level students fit themselves into Two-door ness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan .car to set The World Record in Karachi. Previously the record was held by Australians where a group of 18 students compressed themselves into a standard car.[12] Girls have always been standout performers

Youngest Microsoft Certified Professional

Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Arfa Abdul Karim Randhawa, in 2004 at the age of nine, became the youngest Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP). She kept the title until 2008. Unfortunately Arfa is no longer with us, but she will always be alive in our memories. [13] Arfa Abdul Karim Randhawa, in 2004 at the age

Largest Irrigation System

Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Pakistan’s Indus Basin Irrigation System (IBIS), is the largest contiguous irrigation system in the world. It comprises of three large dams, eighty-five small dams, nineteen barrages, twelve inter-river link canals, forty-five canal commands and a staggering 0.7 million tube wells. [14] Pakistan’s Indus Basin Irrigation System (IBIS)

Largest Number Of Recorded Qawwali Albums

Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan holds the world record for the largest recorded output by a Qawwali artist. A total of 125 albums were dished out by the legend and each one is like a greatest hit collection. [15] According to the Guinness Book of World Records

Operating On The Oldest Patient

Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Dr. Naeem Taj, a Laparoscopic Surgeon, successfully conducted surgery on a 107-year old woman at Capital Hospital, Islamabad. The woman’s name was “Chanan Jan”, and Dr. Naeem removed 30 gallstones from her gallbladder. The record before that was a surgery by Dr. David D. Dan of West Indies who operated on a 92-year-old patient.[16] Dr. Naeem Taj, a Laparoscopic ------- successfully

Longest Winning Streak In Squash

Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Jahangir Khan holds the record for the longest winning streak ever in squash. He won 555 matches consecutively for a period of five years. Jahangir Khan redefined squash for the world and his contribution to the popularity of the sport is unparalleled. [17] Jahangir Khan holds record for the longest winning

Fastest time to arrange a chess set

Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Meher Gul, apart from being an excellent chess player had another talent. The 12-year-old chess champion arranged the chess set in just 45.48 seconds to become a part of Guinness book of world records.

World Record For Ear-Lifting

Pakistan World Record For Ear-Lifting
Pakistan World Record For Ear-Lifting
Zafar Gill has broken the world record for ear-lifting, carrying almost 65 kilograms from a cord attached to his right ear. Gill had to use a special head grip to protect both his ear and temple, as he lifted the weight for seven seconds about 10 centimeters off the ground. [18] Zafar Gill has broken the world record for ear-lifting,

Fastest Time To Make 3 Chapattis

Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Mohammad Mansha is the head chef at the National Hockey Stadium. He entered into the record books by making 3 chapattis in 3 minutes and 14.98 seconds. The real fun is trying to eat them faster.

The smallest published Quran

Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Dr Muhammad Saeed Karim Beebani, a Pakistani, published a miniature Quran in Cairo in 1982. It measures 1.7 cm × 1.28 cm × 0.72 cm (0.66 in × 0.50 in × 0.28 in). It must be noted that he managed to fit the unabridged version of the Holy Book in 571 pages. [19] Dr Muhammad Saeed Karim Beebani, a Pakistani

Youngest international cricketer

Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Hasan Raza made his cricket debut against Zimbabwe at Faisalabad, Pakistan in 1996 at 14 years and 227 days of age which sparked controversies over the legitimacy of his age. He then had a checkered career in cricket. Although he was a prolific player in domestic cricket, he failed to translate that spark to his international performance. Pakistan Cricket Board put immense pressure on him which caused him to quit Pakistani cricket and join the Indian Cricket League.[20] Hasan Raza made his cricket debut against

Youngest civil judge

Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Muhammad Ilyas passed the examination for civil judge in 1952 at the young age of 20 years and nine months. He took the exam on the condition that he will not join the service until he turned 23. But, since he topped the exams, the condition was relaxed for him and he started his law career eight months later, becoming the world’s youngest civil judge.[21] Muhammad Ilyas passed examination for civil judge

Fastest cricket bowler

Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Pakistan’s love story with cricket is no secret; hence it is no surprise that we have quite a lot of records when it comes to this sport. Shoaib Akhtar, a former Pakistani cricketer, delivered the fastest ball at the speed of 161.3km/h in a match against England in 2003 World Cup at Cape Town, South Africa. Thereafter, he was named “Rawalpindi Express” as a tribute to his hometown and bowling style.[22] Pakistan’s love story with cricket is no secret

Youngest gamer

Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Our parents normally view gaming as a waste of time. Sumail Hassan Syed proved them wrong by emerging as the youngest player to exceed one million dollar earnings from gaming competitions. Although this Pakistani-American has won many international Dota2 contests for his team, “Evil Genuises”, he is widely known for his Guinness world record.

Educational Records Beaten by Pakistanis

Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Guinness Book Of World Records Of Pakistan
Pakistan has had a feather in its cap to define its expansion of education in the country. Two dedicated geniuses showed the world that Pakistanis had students with the gift of learning and surpassing everyone when it came to grades. Ali Moin Nawazish was just an eighteen year old boy who captured A grade in no less than 22 subjects in A- Level exam. [23] Pakistan has had a feather in its cap to define


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