Guinness World Records 2024: Guinness World Records 2024 has showcased an array of extraordinary Indian achievements, with more than 60 entries from the country.
Among these remarkable feats is Cherrapunji, located in Meghalaya, which holds the world record for the highest amount of continuous rainfall. This record has persisted as the oldest Indian entry in the Guinness World Records, still standing strong this year.
In addition, the world-renowned show “Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah” finds its name etched in the record book for being the longest-running program in the world. Mukesh Ambani’s opulent residence, Antilia, the largest, tallest, and most expensive home globally, is also featured in this prestigious list.
Guinness World Records 2024 encompasses nine chapters of human achievements, covering an array of fields, including Blue Planet, Aquatic Life, Recordology, Adventures, History, Science & Technology, Arts & Media, and Sports.
Let us highlight the notable Indian achievements featured in the Guinness World Records 2024.