5 Guinness Records Holders who are Indians

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Guinness Record Holders of Indian Origin

First, most, longest, fastest, youngest – India has time and again proven that what others can do, it can do better. And when it comes to making world records, these Indians have made some of the manliest records in the history of the world. Check them out!

Longest Beard (Living Male) – Bhai Sarwan Singh

Bhai Sarwan Singh
Bhai Sarwan Singh

Of Indian origin, but living in Surrey, Canada – Sarwan Singh holds the record for the longest beard (living male). His facial hair measured 2.37 meters (7 ft 9 in) when it was measured in March 2010.

Longest Moustache – Ram Singh Chauhan

Ram Singh Chauhan
Ram Singh Chauhan

Indians have glorious facial hair! Even the world record for the longest moustache is held by an Indian Ram Singh Chauhan. His glorious stache measures a majestic 4.29 meters (14 ft)!

Longest Speech Marathon – Vickrant Mahajan

Vickrant Mahajan
Vickrant Mahajan

Actor, director, and former Mr. India Vickrant Mahajan set a new world record by giving the longest speech marathon that spanned 48 hours and 31 minutes at Jammu & Kashmir. The celebrity has broken another new record for the fastest film produced from script to screen in a day!

Fastest Time To Tie A Windsor Knot – Deepak Sharma

Deepak Sharma
Deepak Sharma

Popularly known as ‘Tie-man’ for his record collection of ties which number over 3,500, Gujarat resident Deepak Sharma made a world record by tying a Windsor tie-knot in 17.91 seconds in 28 December, 2013! He broke the previous record of 20.27 seconds earlier held by Cyprus-based Sam Dove.

First Player To Score A Double Century In A One Day International Cricket Match – Sachin Tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar
Sachin Tendulkar

While we are at it, let’s not forget one of the most memorable world records ever made – that too witnessed live by millions. 24 February, 2010 was an epic day in the history of world cricket – and Sachin made all of us so very proud with his 200 runs made in 147 balls with 25 fours and three sixes.

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