Thursday, March 5, 2015

I made it to the Guinness Book of World Records

Well, its a dream come true and I have full bragging rights! I made it to the Guinness Book of World Records! My name will be etched into the most coveted book which celebrates unique feats achieved by people.

So how did I manage this difficult task? Well, all that I had to do was to wear a cap and a t-shirt and stand in a predefined Spot :)
Never thought that getting into the book and making a world record would be this easy!

The record that was attempted was that of the 'Largest Human Image of an Organ'. It was organized in Gurgaon , a city bordering India's capital city, and approximately 900 people took part. The organisers demarcated an area of land where in markings of an human heart were made. The markings were such that the heart had all the chambers and vessels as per medical textbooks. People who took part were given either white, blue, red or pink T-shirts and caps to wear and were asked to stand in predefined spots in the demarcated area.
That me on the screen next to the stage- celebrity moment

Participants standing on Predefined spots

This what the final picture looked like-birds eye view

The formation took near about one hour and a representative from the Guinness Book of World Records inspected the formation for any short coming. After complete satisfaction of the representative we  were told that the Guinness Record had been set and that we had made history!!

It was indeed great to be a part of this fun event and earn a place for myself in the world renouned book!

Safe to say that I once had a big heart which made history!

21 comments:

Russ R. said...

I was wondering at first, but after seeing your photo - nice! So congratulations! How were you chosen to be part of this? Did you volunteer?

May De Jesus-Palacpac said...

That's pretty cool! Congratulations, that must've been a lot of fun.

Sim @ SimsLife.co.uk said...

Oh wow! That is absolutely awesome, many congratulations to you! What a fantastic formation! Sim x

Fred Hawson said...

Guinness really comes up with the strangest categories for world records. Hehe. I am sure not that people are aware, they will now try to beat your record with an even bigger human organ -- the lungs maybe? or the brain?

Julianne Caparos said...

Wow congratulations! While reading your post I was wondering how you showed the biggest organ with just you as the participant haha

Kalliopi Sakellariou said...

GUINESS?Really?Congratsulations!I hope you stay there!!!

Aisha Kristine Chong said...

Congratulations - that is indeed something to be proud of!

Franc said...

Congrats on making history and the Guiness. It's definitely a life milestone for you and your group.

Eliz Frank said...

How cool is that. I love these human formations that create an image. Congratulations!

Vanessa said...

Congo! The pic is so awesome, I think you truly deserve your name to be written in the Guiness book of records!

lee rosales said...

congrats that you've been part of it

Tiffany Yong W.T. said...

Hahah, you got me there. I was wondering what you mean by largest human organ before I saw the photo and thought you donated something! Horrified by my imagination now!

Nanda Reis said...

This is so cool!! Congratulations =) A day to remember forever!

Phylicia Marie Pineda said...

congrats for making history! We did something similar here, making a cross and a rosary by also standing in predefined spots.

yvonnembertoldo said...

You must have felt overwhelmed when the Guinness announced that you guys now hold the record for that category. Congratulations :)

Jason P. said...

What an amazing achievement! You're so lucky to be apart of such an event :D

papaleng said...

wow! Congrats for being part of Guinness book of record history. The outcome was just awesome.

Kylie wenn said...

OMG!~ Congratulations!~ You should be really proud of yourself for being in a part of guinness book of world records!

premar88 said...

That pretty cool to be in guiness it took me a minute to figure out what shape you guys were making

Fatemah Sajwani said...

Oh wow dear. I saw this picture on facebook a few days a go. Congrats for being part of such a wonderful experience.

Kalliopi Sakellariou said...

Congrats girl that is awesome!!!!Nice story to tell about!!!!