Tags : Nashik

MOST PARTICIPANTS SINGING PATRIOTIC SONGS SIMULTANEOUSLY

Zhep Sanskrutik Kala & Krida Mandal Nashik, Maharashtra Organized An Event On The Republic Day Occasion On 25th January 2016, In Which 11013 Participants Uniformly Dressed Singing 5 Patriotic Songs Simultaneously. The Event Was Held at R. P Vidhyalay, Nimani, Panchvati, Nashik, Maharashtra.Read More

LONGEST NON STOP DHOL TASHA PLAYING RELAY MARATHON (TEAM)

To pay homage to Late Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalamji & occasion of Simhastha Kumbh Mela Nashik -Trimbakeshwar 2015 in Nashik City, Maharashtra,, a total 215 artists of Taal Rudra Group performed dhol and tasha world record together for 12 hours non-stop started from 9.00 am on 10th September, 2015 and ended on 9.00 pm same […]Read More

LARGEST INDOOR RAPTUROUS RANGOLI BY AN INDIVIDUAL ARTIST

SOMESHWAR  RAGHUNATHRAO  MULANE  (Born on 01st June, 1972), Drawing Teacher of  Shri Chhatrapati Shivaji Vidyalaya, Makhamalabad, Nashik, Maharashtra, created a 68 ft long and 45 ft wide (Total area 3060 Sq.Ft.) Kumbh Mela 2015 Rangoli using 300 Kgs. of rangoli color material. He had worked 12 days (154 Hrs.) continue, started on 15th August 2015, 10.00 […]Read More

NON STOP WARLI PAINTINGS MARATHON AN INDIVIDUAL ARTIST

SHRADDHA  SHANTARAM KARALE  (Born on14th March, 1991) Nashik, Maharashtra, made 12 warli paintings in the theme of  “Maharastrian Festivals” within a 8 hours period, each painting measuring  2 ft. x 1.6 ft. She had started painting on 10th September 2015, 9.00 am and ended at around 5.00 pm on same day at Suyojit Viridian Vallis […]Read More

YOUNGEST TO COMPLETE CYCLING MARATHON

Malhar Tukaram Navale (Born on February 12, 2006) of  Nashik, Maharashtra, successfully completed Cycling marathon from Nashik to Pandharpur while covered the distance of 360 km.  He started his journey from Nashik on 17th July 2015 and reached the Pandharpur on 19th July 2014. Event Organized by Nashik Cyclist Foundation to create awareness about Nature and Save […]Read More

MINIATURE YAGNA KUND (PUJA UTENSIL)

Dr. Dinesh M. Vaidya ( Born on March 24, 1974) from  Nashik, Maharashtra has design smallest Yagna Kund (Puja Utensil) using material mseal (epoxy putty) measuring 2 mm Height, 3 mm Length and 3mm width and it was exhibited at 6 Ramdarshan Soc., Kalaram Mandir, Panchavati, Nashik, Maharashtra, on 14th January, 2015.Read More

MOST OLD HANDWRITTEN MANUSCRIPT PAGES DIGITIZED

Dr. Dinesh M. Vaidya ( Born on March 24, 1974) from  Nashik, Maharashtra has been digitized over 5,75,000 ancient handwritten manuscripts, some manuscripts containing pictures, drawings & illustration, which are in Sanskrit, Modi Lipi, Marathi and Devnagri Lipi. The Oldest manuscript he has having  519 years old. He has been doing this activity for since […]Read More

YOUNGEST GIRL TO DIGITIZED HANDWRITTEN MANUSCRIPTS

Gargee Dinesh Vaidya (23rd April 23, 2005) from Nashik, Maharashtra has been digitizing over 5500 old Indian handwritten manuscripts at the age of 9 years and 5 months to awareness of old handwritten manuscripts & to preserve the oldest classical knowledge for future generations. A manuscript is a hand written composition on paper dating back […]Read More

LARGEST PENCIL PORTRAIT BY SINGLE ARTIST

Ashok Nagpure (Born on 23 December 1963) of Nashik, Maharashtra, India Draw a Largest Pencil Portrait with the size of 72 Feet High & 42 Feet Wide covering with 3024.00 sq.feet surface area. This drawing completed within 18 days. The theam of drawing is portrait of Famous Bollywood Superstar “Amitabh Bachchan”. After completion of the […]Read More

LONGEST DRIVE AROUND COUNTRY – INDIA (INDIVIDUAL)

Mahesh S. Birari (Born on 07 December 1972) of Nashik, Maharashtra, India has completed journey across the country on his motorcycle about 18,504 kms within 54 days. Record attempt was started on specific day & time which is 12/12/2012 & time 12:12:12 pm to 03 February 2013. Overall 24 states covered within journey.Read More