11,304 dancers, drummers ‘Bihu’ enters Guinness World Records

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11,304 dancers, drummers ‘Bihu’ enters Guinness World Records

Guwahati: Assam on Thursday carved its name in the Guinness World Records with 11,304 artists and drummers performing ‘Bihu’ dance and playing ‘dhol’ in a solitary scene, Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said.
Within the sight of an adjudicator from the Guinness World Records base camp in London, the entertainers introduced their show and accomplished the worldwide accomplishment for ‘Bihu’ dance and ‘dhol’.

“We have made world records for both Bihu dance as well as Bihu dhols with 11,304 artists and drummers. It is the biggest Bihu dance and Bihu dhol execution in a solitary scene,” Sarma said at the Indira Gandhi Athletic Arena here.

 11,304 dancers, drummers ‘Bihu’ enters Guinness World Records

The most common way of enrolling ‘Bihu’ in the Guinness World Records was started by the Assam government, and the expense is borne by the way of life division, an authority said.
The entertainers will grandstand the ‘Bihu’ dance before Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who will be on a day-long visit to Guwahati on Friday.

The Guinness authentications will be given over in his presence, the authority said.
Sarma likewise got a Topographical Sign enlistment endorsement for ‘Gamosa'(Assamese scarf) from Regulator General of Patent, Plans and Brand names and Registrar of GI Registry Unnat P Pandit.

‘Gamosa’, an image of the way of life and character of Assam, got the GI tag from the focal government in December 2022, five years after the principal application was made.

A GI is labeled to principally rural, regular or fabricated items, painstaking work and modern merchandise beginning from an unmistakable geological domain.
The ‘gamosa’, a handwoven rectangular cotton piece of fabric with red boundaries and various plans and themes, is generally proposed to seniors and visitors as a characteristic of regard and distinction by Assamese individuals.

It is a vital piece of all socio-strict functions in the state and is considered as an Assamese character and pride.
A ‘gamosa’ literally means a towel and is commonly used in Assamese households for day-to-day affairs.

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