People made a world record by making a map of India.

Indore (Madhya Pradesh):

The country is celebrating the Amrit Mahotsav on the completion of 75 years of independence.

Various programs are being organized across the country on this occasion.

In Indore, Madhya Pradesh, 8335 people together made a map of India and created a new world record.

Which was registered in the World Books of Records UK.

Indore is at number one among the cleanest city of the country.

Along with the soldiers of the army, members of many social organizations and scavengers together made this record.

The gathering of people started at Divya Shaktipeeth in Indore from 8 am.

Wearing white clothes, people started standing in their places on the map of India made on the ground, wearing saffron, white, green and blue colored caps on their heads.

In the cleanest city of the country, when efforts are being made to make a world record by making a map of India through human chain, then only our own sweepers can become its basis.

Therefore, the outline of this map (boundary) was made by the sanitation workers of the city.

To break the previous world record, it was necessary to make a map with three thousand people, but the enthusiasm was so much that for this special event, various social and educational institutions of the city, NGOs and industry people as well as army personnel and officers. Together, 8335 people gathered at the Divya Shaktipeeth.

At the venue, the live band was singing patriotic tunes and a world record was created in the midst of this spirited atmosphere.

This effort made by the Jwala Mahila Samiti to make the Amrit Festival of Independence memorable for the city and to make people understand the importance of the tricolor was recorded in the World Books of Records UK.

On this occasion, Dr. Divya Gupta, the founder of Jwala, along with MP Shankar Lalwani, Rajya Sabha MP Kavita Patidar, BJP city president Gaurav Randive, along with Army officer Lt.

General Anantnarayan hoisted the flag and thousands of people present there sang the national anthem.

In the event, Ravi Atrolia gave information about the flag code.

Participants from Oriental, Vaishnav Institute, Symbiosis and Pragya Nursing College also participated on the occasion.

Also 60 organizations of Madhya Pradesh NGO Federation were present.

Members of FICCI Flow Indore Chapter and INMO Moms Group also participated in creating the world record.

Digital certificates were given to all the participants.

World Books of Records UK representative Vikram Trivedi said that gathering so many people on one platform for a specific purpose is a bigger achievement than making a world record in itself.

MP Lalwani said that it is a matter of pride for us to create such a world record when we can consistently remain number one in terms of cleanliness.

To increase the greenery in the city,

Dr. Divya Gupta, the founder of Jwala said that to increase the greenery in the city, we have flown thousands of balloons filled with seeds of plants in fruits on this occasion.

These will act like seed balls and wherever the balloons burst, there will be a possibility for plants to grow.

The purpose of this event was to inculcate a sense of patriotism and respect for their tricolor among the people.

On this occasion, blind and handicapped children were also specially included in the program with the aim of giving equal rights to all in the society.