This saturday morning, more than 35,000 Nepalese participants have gathered to break the World’s Largest Human (National) Flag with a new Guinness World record.
Participants held up crimson, blue and white coloured cardboard for 10 minutes as the country’s anthem played on Tundikhel in Kathmandu’s city centre to form the national flag.
Its coincidence or not Nepal’s flag is the world’s unique flag which is not quadilateral instead is composed of two triangles consisting the moon and the sun and the flag was measured as 128 metres wide and 168 metres long.
Nepal Sets Guinness World Record of Largest Human Flag
Soon the Human Values for Peace and Prosperity as a host will submit its claim with photographic and video evidence for a new record to the headquarters of Guinness World Records in London.
Most of the nepalese feels proud and promising to be part of this epic record breaking event with slogan “Breaking the records to unite the heart“.
The current record for the World’s largest human national flag was set in February 2014 when 28,957 people gathered in the National Hockey Stadium in Lahore, Pakistan to create a Pakistani flag, according to Guinness World Records.
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