A few records about Assam.

This is a narrative of a set of various records not normally noticed about the state of Assam.






Sluggards built "Dhodar Ali"




Largest Joint Family




Tallest Shiva Temple




Largest Naamghar


Blind but...


Robin's Miraculous Drawing


Olympic Football Captain


Oldest Gold Medalist


Amphibious Vehicle


Longest Wooden Bridge


Bridge from Single Stone


Bamboo Compass


First Embossed Book Cover


Poetry Written Reverse


Lowest Priced Magazine


Youngest Writer


Writer of Highest Book


Longest Sentence


Record with Reverse Letters




Tinsukia to Dhuburi on Foot


Sing without Opening Mouth


Needle Through the Face


Floating above Water


'Dev Anand' of Jorhat


Chilli Girl


The 'Gandhi' of Assam


Funeral World Record


Writing with Leg


First Farmer Revolution


Robin's Children Museum


Personal Museum


Letters to Editor


Longest Kept Diary


In One Minute


Rice Drawing


World's Smallest River Island


Wonder Boy Bashabraj


Smallest Spoons, Knives


Continuously 24 Hours


Longest Scratch Art


World's Smallest Durga Idol


Badminton Practicing Machine


Most Kites on Single String


Lamp Burning Longest Duration


Pomegranate De-Seeder


Longest One Shot Film


Brass Lamp


Bihu by 2,265 Artists


Most Women Singing Dihanaam


Largest Guitar Ensemble


Jacquard Looms Weft Insertion


Planted 40,885 Trees in 1 Hour


World's Smallest 3D Painting


World's Largest Paint Brush


329 Punches in One Minute


Record With Multiple Events


Walks Backwards 24 Hours


Fastest Marathon Hill Roads


Longest Horn Pipe Marathon


Blowing Fire From Mouth


Pulling a Train Wagon


Needles Through the Face




Suchibrata Roy, from Amrikhua village, nearby Sarthebari, has created a record for crafting different drawings from rice. He has already designed of Bhupen Hazarika’s song Ami Ekekhon Naore Jatri with paddy and red lentils. In the drawing the song has been depicted as a symbol of unity with the help of using ‘The Trishul’ of the Hindus, ‘The Cross’ of the Christian and ‘The Crescent Moon’ of the Muslims. Similarly he has created the drawing named ‘The Great India’ by only using paddy. For this drawing Suchibrata has also created a unique record for publishing highest number of drawing in the children pages of newspapers of Assam. During the year 2000-2004, a total number of 40 of his drawings were published in the newspapers of Assam. In 2008 Suchibrata organized an art exhibition with a line of drawings leading 23 districts of Assam. In 2009 he also gained special recognition by transforming the famous poem Momotar Sithi of Hem Baruah, into Paddy collage.





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