The world’s shortest man, Chandra Bahadur Dangi has died while undergoing treatment at Lyndon B.Johnson Tropical Medical Center, Pago Pago, American Samoa. Dangi was in the AS to attend a program. He was 76.
Another Nepalese has made it to the Guinness World Records after being able to kick his head for 134 times in a minute.
Tightest Parallel Park Record Broken by China’s Han Yue – Guinness World Records
संसारकै सबै भन्दा लामो जिब्रो भएका व्यक्ति (भिडियो सहित)
चार पटक गिनिज पुस्तकमा आफ्नो नाम लेखाई सकेका रोहित तिमिल्सिनाले ३१ औ ए एन ए ( दि एसोसिएसन अफ नेपालिज इन अमेरिका )न्यु योर्क सम्मेलनमा पाचौ पटक बिश्व किर्तिमान कायम (गिनिज पुस्तक )गर्ने भएका छन् lनेपालको पहिचान गराउन आफुले कुनै कसर नछोड्ने जानकारी गराएका छन् l
A proud moment once again for us, Nepalis as one more Nepali sets another world record! This time, for the longest broadcast by a television presenter after remaining on air for 62 hours and 12 minutes.
Thaneshwar Guragain, who already has five Guinness World records, spun a basketball on a toothbrush held in his mouth for 22.41 seconds in an attempt to break the last Guinness record of 13.5 seconds set by Thomas Connors of UK.
Chandra Bahadur Dangi of Nepal has been named the ‘shortest man ever’ and the ‘shortest man living’ by Guinness World Records in Kathmandu on Sunday (February 26). The 72-year-old bachelor from Dang stands 54.6cm tall.
The title of ‘world’s shortest man’ may change hands in the coming weeks as a new claimant has been discovered. Chandra Bahadur Dangi, a 72-year-old Nepali who claims to be 56 centimetres tall, could become the new ‘world’s shortest man’ if Guinness World Records confirms his height.