When it comes to creating a world record, we have heard of people taking severe steps or action. But this girl from Nepal preferred to create a special record with something she was anyhow obsessive about.
Dance is not only a performing art but also the language of the soul. Taking her passion for dancing to another level, an 18-year old girl from Nepal set a world record by dancing for 126 hours. That's 5.25 days!
Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli rewarded Bandana Nepal for attaining the act of "longest dancing marathon by an individual" at an occasion that took place at his official residence on Saturday.
Bandana is a dweller of Dhankuta region in eastern Nepal. The young girl got the official proof from the Guinness Records last Friday.
The accomplishment was earlier held by Indian-origin Kalamandalam Hemlatha who shacked her legs uncontrollably for 123 hours and 15 minutes during the year 2011.
Nepali teen hit the special record by shaking legs from 23 to 28 November last year.
As per the Guinness World Records website, Bandana accepted this challenge mainly to endorse Nepalese music and back ground, however it was also a special challenge as she has been dancing since her early days.
A world record for the maximum number of people shaking legs to perform classical dance form got set at Natyanjali function in Tamil Nadu when 7,195 dancers danced together.
The Chidambaram Nataraja shrine in Cuddalore area witnessed the gathering of pupils, both boys and girls and customary dancers from the states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka and many other states and from abroad to take part in the Natyanjali episode in March 2019.
This huge Guinness episode was kicked off by Danseuse Padma Subramanian. The Guinness Organization got represented by Rishi Nath from England and he accordingly recorded this episode as an accomplishment on their global records list.