Ankit Lahari (Sahil) with team of 100 Participents, gets included in World Book of Records, London

Ankit Lahari (Sahil) of Lahari Art Gallery, Indore (Madhya Pradesh) India has been recorded by World Book of Records, London (UK) for depicting the words "Mera Shaher Indore" through denim art on 100 x 100 feet floor involving 100 participants on 01 March 2020 in Indore (Madhya Pradesh) India.
The certificate (Provisional) of record was presented to Mr. Ankit Lahari (Sahil) by official team of World Book of Records including Dr. Pradeep Mishra, Mr. Ashish Mishra, Dr. Supriya Pathak and Mr. Mayank Gupta along with other prominent guests. On this occasion, Shri Umakant Chaudhary (DSP, Traffic), Shri Arun Kharia (President, Modern Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences), Shri Shantanu Kharia (Vice President, Modern Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences) and Shri Puneet Kumar Dwivedi (Group Director, Modern Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences) were specially present. This was informed by Shri Santosh Shukla, Supreme Court, Advocate (President, World Book of Records).
World Book of Records (WBR) is one of the leading organizations in international certification of world records. It works intercontinental from Europe, North America, South America, Africa, Asia and Australia with global network. It recognizes potential of talent and capabilities in world records through international certification. It also honours personalities and lists places of outstanding contribution for humanity and universal peace.
 
On this occasion, Mr. Ankit Lahari (Sahil) was congratulated by Shri Virendra Sharma (Member of Parliament, England), Dr. Diwakar Sukul (Chairman, World Book of Records, London), Shri Santosh Shukla (President, World Book of Records) and other dignitaries from international scenario.
 

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