Published: February 24, 2019 | Author:

Nepal’s Puskar Nepal became famous for making the most number of kicks to the head in one minute.. his own head! He entered the Guinness book of world records for

Published: February 23, 2019 | Author:

A book’s title is watch draws a person to read a book. But, have you ever imagined a book’s title that is long as the book itself? Well, Nepal has

Published: December 10, 2018 | Author:

If Narayan Bhattarai created a recorded of spinning a basketball for 11 minutes 22 seconds, then Lalitpur’s Rajan Gaire set a record of the most number of spins in one minute.

Published: December 9, 2018 | Author:

If you thought that all police officers did was to maintain law and order in the country, then you’re wrong! Nepal-based police officer Dinesh Sunar is not only a cop

Published: December 9, 2018 | Author:

Now, we sure cannot give a lengthy speech like our dear ministers, can we? But Nepal’s Ananta Ram KC proved us wrong when his speech made him a Guinness Book

Published: December 8, 2018 | Author:

Nepalis always have a way of surprising us and with whatever resources they have! Chhewang Sherpa from Nepal landed his name in the Guinness Book of World Records with a

Published: December 5, 2018 | Author:

We’ve all tried to touch our nose with our tongues right? Result? We could barely touch even close. But what if someone touched their forehead with their tongue? While most

Published: September 1, 2018 | Author:

Yes, you read it right. There are proven world records that have the names of mountaineers who trekked the world’s highest mountain peak without bottled oxygen. Its Italian Reinhold Messner

Published: August 26, 2018 | Author:

Nepal is home to the world’s renowned ferocious soldiers called ‘Gurkhas’, known for their outstanding fighting abilities and loyalty. But, do you know this ferocious army worked for an army

Published: August 25, 2018 | Author:

Being featured as ‘the first’ in its respective region is a reputation for any country. Nepal enjoyed a similar status when the World Health Organization (WHO) called it as the


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