Indore Registers Itself in Guinness Book for Largest Human Chain Forming Indias’ Map
- Indore registers record for making the largest geographical map of India through a human chain.
- 5000 students, social workers and several others joined to form the map.
- The event was organised by Jwala organization.
Indore: Madhya Pradesh’s Indore on Saturday made it to the Guinness World Records for making a geographical map of India through a human chain.
The event came in view of PM Modi’s Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, which commemorates the 75th Independence day. The huge gathering was organized by the social institution ‘Jwala’at Divya Shaktipeeth. More than 5000 students, social workers and other people joined hands to make the huge map.
Interacting with the media, Dr Divya Gupta founder of Jwala said – the attempts were made to create a new world record by breaking the world record for making a human chain in geographical shape.
“We had made a human chain on the map of India, and not only on the border but also inside it. Earlier, a human chain was formed on the boundary line of the country’s map, but we gathered people inside by making tricolour and blue Ashok Chakra in the middle. Total 5,335 people participated in this event,” she further said.
“Shri Shakti was made on the boundary of the map of India to show the importance and strength of the women of the country,” she added.
India is celebrating the 75th anniversary of its independence with the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav campaign. As part of the Mahotsav or grand celebration, several events and campaigns have been organised for 75 weeks to celebrate independence and the glorious history of India’s people, culture and achievements. The journey of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav began on March 12, 2021, starting a 75-week countdown to our 75th anniversary of independence.
The Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav campaign is based on five broad themes- Freedom Struggle, [email protected], [email protected], [email protected] and [email protected] Over the past 75 weeks, different events based on the themes were organised to commemorate the 75th year anniversary of the country’s independence.