Raksha Bandhan 2023: As soon as the festive season starts, the whole country is drenched in its colors, everywhere the joy of Raksha Bandhan is being seen in the form of brothers and sisters. Meanwhile, Madhya Pradesh has created a new record by making the world’s largest Rakhi. Let us tell you that this wonder has been seen in MP’s Bhind district, where it has registered its name in the Guinness Book of World Records by making the biggest and unique Rakhi. The same pictures have been going viral on social media ever since they surfaced.
Rakhi is so big in size
In fact, for a long time, the work of making this unique Rakhi is being done in Bhind district of Madhya Pradesh. Let us tell you that this whole event is being organized under the patronage of BJP leader Ashok Bhardwaj, who is going to be tied Rakhi on Raksha Bandhan. On the other hand, according to the news, this prepared Rakhi is very special in itself, the width of this Rakhi is 1000 feet, which has been prepared for the auspicious occasion of Rakhi for the last 15 days.
Name in Guinness Book of World Records
Let us tell you here that the biggest feature of this rakhi is its shape, which was prepared by artisans together for a long time. The size of this special Rakhi is 1000 feet, due to which it has been given a place in the Guinness Book of World Records. After this, people are constantly being forced to praise it through comments, while its video is also continuously trending on social media. Still working.
This is how it has been prepared
If you take a look at the texture of this special Rakhi, then this 25 feet circular flower has been prepared on wooden plywood, while stars, colors, glitter and beads have also been specially used to make it, as well as to tie it. Safa is prepared by knotting one on top of the other. Now after being made, people are reaching from far and wide to see this amazing Rakhi.
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