Shar­jah school en­ters Guin­ness World Records

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SHAR­JAH: In­dia In­ter­na­tional School in Shar­jah en­tered the Guin­ness World Records for cre­at­ing the largest hu­man im­age of a boat on Chil­dren’s Day, which falls on Nov.14.

The feat was achieved with the par­tic­i­pa­tion of 4,882 stu­dents at its com­plex. The chil­dren were wear­ing Colours of THE UAE Na­tional LAG BLACK, red, green and white.

The world record was set to mark the 128th birth an­niver­sary of In­dia’s irst PRIME Min­is­ter JAWA­HAR­LAL NEHRU.

The well-co­or­di­nated achieve­ment was only pos­si­ble with the col­lec­tive par­tic­i­pa­tion of the stu­dents.

The UAE is home to many records. It has the world’s tallest man-made struc­ture, the Burj Khal­ifa. Re­cently, the Dubai Gu­rud­wara cel­e­brated di­ver­sity by host­ing a record-break­ing break­fast event. The emi­rate also cre­ated World’s long­est paint­ing to raise aware­ness about autism. Last year, pupils of GEMS Ed­u­ca­tion set a pa­tri­otic new record in Dubai, to hon­our the 45th UAE Na­tional Day.

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