By the roaring waves!

Another Pakistani World Record- Largest Human National Flag!

And here comes another world record by the Islamic republic of Pakistan, on account of largest human national flag!

This record made on Oct 22, 2012 was again held in Punjab province, under Punjab Youth Festival where 24,200 students held up the national flag. The previous record was honored by Hong Kong  in 2007 for 21,726 participants.

The epic scene!
Image Courtesy: the frontier post

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“It’s an amazing display of unity and nationality,” said the official representative of The Guinness World Records after declaring the feat as a new world record at National Hockey Stadium Lahore.

Earlier today, 1,936 Pakistani students broke the record of the largest picture mosaic formed by people at the same venue here.

The picture mosaic was of the Shahi Qila (Lahore Fort) and the official announcement of the new record was made by a representative from the Guinness World Records. The previous records was held by Ansley McEvoy and her friends and family in South Carolina, USA.

Pakistanis have broken several records in the past two days including one for most number of people singing the national anthem simultaneously.

Guinness World records adjudicator , Gareth Deaves said that he was impressed with the enthusiasm shown by the youth of Punjab and he was amazed to see a big gathering of youth in National hockey stadium.

Watch the episode!  ( I hope the link works out because I could not check it as YouTube is blocked).



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