The five weirdest Guinness world records in the world, these Indians have also done wonders


Creating a world record is not an easy task. For this, it is very important to have skills and at the same time, to succeed, hard work is equally important. Although people want to make a record by doing something good, so that their name is known all over the world, but there are some people who become famous around the world by doing strange things. Today is 'Guinness World Record Day'. This special day is celebrated every year on 19 November. On this occasion, let us know about the five weirdest Guinness world records in the world, which will surprise you. Some of these records have also been made by Indians.

Usually when you go to buy onions, at least 6-7 onions will come in a kilo, but you will be surprised to know that the world's largest onion weighs more than eight kilograms. This onion was grown by Peter Glazebrook, a native of England. Because of this, his name is recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records.

17-year-old Nilanshi Patel, hailing from Modasa, Gujarat, is known as the world's longest haired girl. His hair is more than six feet in length. It is because of these hairs that his name is recorded in the Guinness World Record.

You may have heard people say many times that 'a mustache is the pride of men' or 'a mustache if nothing', but do you know of someone whose mustache is about 14 feet in length. Yes, Ram Singh Chauhan of Rajasthan is named in the Guinness World Record for this reason. He has not cut his mustache for 39 years.

This woman's name is Chris Walton. He holds the world record for having the longest nail in the world. The length of his left-hand nail is 10 feet two inches while the length of the right-hand nail is nine feet seven inches.

These are Ekaterina Lisina of Russia. She holds the world record for the world's longest-legged girl. The length of his left leg is 132.8 cm. And the length of the right leg 132.2 cm. is. Not only this, but she has also won the world long model title.