Record Breakers' Festival 2013 was celebrated to honor and appreciate who dared to break limits with their sheer will power and set high standards of endurance and skills in year 2012.
The 2nd Record Breakers' Festival 2013 was celebrated to honor and appreciate who dared to break limits with their sheer will power and set high standards of endurance and skills in year 2012. The one-day festival's highlight had been 101 different amazing records slated to be broken at a single venue. Along with that, the much awaited India Book of Records-2013 in English language was launched on this occasion.
International guests from Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam were also gathered to witness this mega record breaking event.
Sukhwinder Singh Lottey of Dhuri created another record for fastest poem written inside bottle during the 2nd Record Breakers' Festival held at Indira Gandhi Kala Kendra, Noida on 27th February 2013. So far he has written 45 poems in various languages. Each of his poem has a social message.
|Sukhwinder Singh Lottey India Book of Record Holder. Credits: HT|
Main sharaab haan, main bari kharaab haan;
Mainu na pee, sukhi jeevan jee.
I am liquor, I am bad;
do not drink me and live happy.
Read more about Sukhwinder Singh Lottey in Hindutan Times,(April 19, 2013)
More pictures of the event on India Book of Records Facebook Page
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Labels: 2013, Festivals, Nation and State