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“Satyarup Siddhanta”, an Indian Mountaineer enters ‘Limca Book of Records’ conquering highest volcanoes
The Indian Mountaineer Satyarup Siddhanta has entered ‘Limca Book of Records’. He has set the record of becoming the first Indian to climb the highest volcanoes in the world of all the 7 continents. Highlights The mountaineer achieved the record of climbing all the highest summits in the world in 7 continents in January 2019. ..
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Bengaluru-based mountaineer Satyarup Siddhanta has been nominated for the Limca Book of World Records for becoming the first Indian to climb the highest volcanoes of all 7 continents. He had also been named in the Guinness Book of World Records. He achieved the feat in 2019 and the acknowledgement came recently. He scaled the highest ..
The state government of Bihar under its ‘Jal-Jeevan-Hariyali’ campaign, recently organized a record 18034 km long human chain, which witnessed the participation of more than 5 Crore people. Seven choppers and a little over 100 drones covered the event in which Human Chain was formed inside the school campuses by more than 57.76 lakh school ..
Amit Sharma, a Delhi resident, and owner of Cheapflightsall.com, has created history by making world’s biggest static website – Cheapflightsall.com. With this feat, he registered his name in 6 different records viz. Limca Book of Records 2019, International Book of Records 2018, World Book of Records 2019, Indian Achiever Book of Records 2019, India Book ..
Virasat-e-Khalsa, the pioneer museum depicting 550 years’ history and culture of Punjab and Sikhism, has scripted new chapter in its rising glory by becoming the most visited museum in the Asian sub-continent on a single day. The museum had witnessed a record footfall of 20,569 visitors on a single day on March 20. Hence, the ..
Virasat-e-Khalsa museum located in Anandpur Sahib town in Punjab is set to find a place in Asia Book of Records for becoming most visited museum in Asian sub-continent on a single day. Museum witnessed a record footfall of 20,569 visitors on a single day on 20 March 2019. Key Highlights Asia Book of Records confirmed ..
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Topics: 300th anniversary of birth of Khalsa • 500 years of Sikh history • Asia Book of Records • Guru Gobind Singh • Limca Book of Records • most visited museum in Asian sub-continent on a single day • Virasat-e-Khalsa Museum