Pakistani Shalwar Kurta makes it to the Guinness World Record
For all those who prefer to wear jeans and t-shirts, here’s news for you. Our very own Kurta shalwar has made it to the Guinness World Record as Pakistan holds the record of making the world’s largest kurta. The length of the kurta is 30 times more than that of a standard medium-sized kurta and stands at a staggering height of 101 feet. The cuff opening alone is 15-feet wide whereas the length of each sleeve is almost 57ft. The entire kurta weighs 800kg with each of its four buttons weighing 10kg each. The material used is 800 yards long while 450metres of thread has been used. It took a team of 50 hard-working professional tailors a period of 30 days to put together the kurta.

Largest Appendix Removed
An appendix removed from a 55-year-old Pakistani man on June 11, 2003, at Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences, Islamabad,Pakistan, measured 23.5 cm (9.2 in) in length. The operation was carried out by Dr. Riaz Ahmed Khokhar.

The appendix is a long, thin, worm-like pouch sticking out of the join between the large and small intestines. Doctors are still not sure of its purpose or even if it has a purpose and although it contains immune-system cells, if it’s surgically removed, health doesn’t suffer.

Largest Football (Soccer)
A football made from artificial leather PV-PVC and hand-sewn by staff at Ihsan Sports of Hajipura, Sialkot, Pakistan, had a diameter of 4m (13ft 1in) when measured on 30 June 2002. The super-sized soccer ball an exact replica of the company’s standard football was made from 32 separate panels that were laminated, printed then hand-stitched together. It was unveiled at the Al Faysaliah shopping mall in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, by members of the Disabled Children’s Society. “I was amazed at the size of the football,” said one spectator, “and I imagine it would be really hard to actually play with.”

Heaviest Weight Lifted Using the Ear – On May 26, 2004 in Lahore, Pakistan, Zafar Gill lifted gym weights hanging from a clamp attached to his right ear and held the weight for seven seconds.
The weights were 51.7 kg (113 lb 15 oz).

Largest Volunteer Ambulance Organization – Abdul Sattar Edhi began his ambulance service in 1948.  Today his network includes 500 ambulances all over Pakistan.


The highest living land predator is the snow leopard (Uncia uncia) whose range extends across twelve countries in the mountainous regions of Central and southern Asia. Amongst the highest altitudes at which this rarely-seen cat has been photographed is by cameras hidden at 5,800 m (19,000 ft).

Moving footage of a snow leopard hunting a markhor (a species of ibex-related wild goat) were famously captured by a camera crew in remote mountains on the Afghan/Pakistan border, for the acclaimed Planet Earth series (BBC, 2006). [Note from Karl Shuker, the consultant for animals & plants: NB – I notice that the Wikipedia entry for the markhor refers to it as a goat-antelope, but this is incorrect; it is a member of the true goat and ibex genus, Capra; goat-antelopes, conversely, belong to various totally separate genera.]

Wazir Muhammand s/o Abbass Ali Jagirani (Pakistan) had a kidney stone weighing 620 g (21. 87 oz) removed from his right kidney at the Nephro-Urology Chandka Medical College Hospital, Sindh, Pakistan, on 24 June 2008.

the procedure was carried out byDr.  Ghulam Shabir Imran Akbar Arbani   and Dr. Malik Hussain

The smallest published Koran book measures 1.7 cm × 1.28 cm × 0.72 cm (0.66 in × 0.50 in × 0.28 in). It is published in an unabridged, bound version, in fine print Arabic and is 571 pages long.The book was published in Cairo in 1982 and is owned by Dr. Muhammad Saeed Karim Beebani of Pakistan.

The book was published in Cairo in 1982. There are 18 lines on each page and the book is owned by Dr. Muhammad Saeed Karim Beebani of Pakistan. The book is getting so small it is getting difficult to judge the quality of the book.

The longest time to spin a frying pan on one finger is 34 mins 30 secs and was achieved by Jawwad Iqbal Gaba (Pakistan) at the Expo Centre, Karachi, Pakistan, on 12 March 2011.

A 30cm (12in) non-stick Mirro frying pan was used for the attempt as per the guidelines.

The most CDs flipped and caught in one minute is 58 achieved by Mohammad Rohail Riaz (Pakistan) at the Guinness World Records Pavilion in Global Village, Dubai, UAE, on 21 February 2009.

Only one hand can be used to catch the CD’s.

On Wednesday, 15 July 2009, Guinness World Records™ Adjudicator Aadil Ahmed attended the record attempt for the most trees planted in 24 hours by a team. The event took place in Keti Bundar, Thatta District, which is about 200 km (125 miles) south-east of Karachi in Pakistan.

The largest silver ring weighs 71.680 kg (158.03 lbs) and has an inner diameter of 85 cn (2 ft 9 in). It consists of 97.83percent pure silver and was created by Amin & Company (Pakistan). It was presented and measured in Lahore, Pakistan on 18 August 2010.

The largest flaming image using candles consisted of 35,478 candles and was achieved by 118 Sandoz employees (Pakistan) at the Hotel Serena in Faisalabad, Pakistan, on 10 December 2009.The largest flaming image using candles consisted of 35,478 candles and was achieved by 118 Sandoz employees (Pakistan) at the Hotel Serena in Faisalabad, Pakistan, on 10 December 2009


In December of 2010, 19 girls from Karachi shot to fame after breaking the record for “Most people crammed in a Smartcar”. Thus another record was added to the list of world records held by Pakistanis. 


2 thoughts on “Randoms

  1. imran says:

    pakistan is very rich in talent, only government is not that much sincere, the pakistani government should pay the pride of performance to all these record making people.

    1. Ismat says:

      You are absolutely right A lot of talent is being wasted in pakistan just because the people sitting at govt level are not sincere with the country ,they are corrupt they don,t want this country prosperous Ya Allah ya inhain hidayat ata farma agar hidayat in k nasib main nahn tu inhain taba o barbadb farma amin

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