New Delhi: Mr. Atul Kashyap has written complete Vande Matram national song on Thread of 23 cms only on 11th January, 2021. Patriotism is an emotion and thus can be expressed by various means. Some stand on the border and fight for the integrity of nation, some express it through art and some others do it while scribbling the national anthems and songs on unbelievably intricate spaces. Mr. Atul Kashyap from Delhi is one such patriot by heart who decided to mould his patriotism by scribbling the complete national song- Vande Matram on a thread measuring just 23 cms on 11th January, 2021. World Book of Records, UK admires his passion, perseverance and practice for following the passion and includes him in its India edition-2020. On this occasion Hon'ble Shri Ram Bir Manandhar (Union Minister, Govt. of Nepal), Hon'ble Dr. Diwakar Sukul (Chairman, World Book of Records, England), Hon'ble Mr. Willi Jezler (Patron, World Book of Records, Germany), Hon'ble Ms. Poonam Jezler (Vice Chairperson, World Book of Records, Switzerland), Hon'ble Shri Guman Singh Damor (Member of Parliament), Hon'ble Shri Santosh Shukla (Supreme Court, Advocate), H.E. Mr. Nilamber Acharya (High Commissioner of Nepal) and Hon'ble Shri Rajendra Jajoo (President, New Delhi & UT's - WBR) and others were present. This was shared by Mr. Santosh Shukla - President, WBR. While Atul Kashyap has never kept his regular duties, studies and job on back-burner and instead he kept on performing both his professional and social duties. Despite being into the Covid- disaster management team, Mr. Kashyap is dedicated towards his personal passion and tries to practice regularly on it. His next aim is to scribble national anthem along with complete Vande Mataram by extending the length by just a few centimetres. His social bent of mind and his philanthropic vision has won him many accolades as certificates from Government and NGOs'. He has also distributed ration in pandemic times and has arranged help from NGOs' and MLAs' for social welfare during Covid times. His work as a disaster management employee under district Magistrate office during pandemic also includes some phenomenal life saving activities like distributing volunteer oxygen cylinders, oxygen meters and ambulances. A Civil Defence employee by profession, Mr. Kashyap has been practicing scribbling on tiny surfaces since 2016. He began by self-research and self training and never took shelter of any coaching to learnt the art. He began by searching about the type of tools, and types of pens needed to scribble with such minute detail and then began practicing. His love for this art dates back in 2004, where he had scribbled with needle 'I love my India' on a mustard seed and since then, he has never looked back.