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Guinness World record made in Chandigarh Stadium, thousands of people made human image of national flag

A Guinness World Record has been created for the largest human image of the national flag being waved at of Chandigarh Sector 16 Stadium.

By Priyanka Verma 
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Chandigarh: A Guinness World Record has been created for the largest human image of the national flag being waved at of Chandigarh Sector 16 Stadium. Earlier this record was in the name of UAE, which has now been broken. A crowd of 5885 people gathered to achieve this feat. Union Minister Meenakshi Lekhi was also present here on this occasion. This achievement was achieved by Chandigarh University and NID Foundation.

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GWR official judge Swapnil Dangarikar said that the title of the record is ‘Largest Human Image of a National Flag Waving’. One such record was made years ago in the UAE. Today that record has been broken. Thanks for the participation of 5885 people.

On the occasion of completion of 75 years of independence, ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign is being run in the country. From the government to the common people, people are actively participating in this campaign. Giving information about this, Chief Patron of NID Foundation and Chancellor of Chandigarh University S Satnam Singh Sandhu had said that more than 10 thousand people would gather on the occasion. Over 8650 students from Chandigarh University and other educational institutions, as well as volunteers from NID Foundation, will strive to create a Guinness World Record with an aim to strengthen the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign.

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Cultural activities also took place in this program. Awards were also presented to people for exceptional achievements in the fields of art, education, sports, medicine, public affairs, social service and literature. The ceremony took place to honor the heroic deeds and sacrifices of freedom fighters and armed forces personnel.

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