Overseas Indians set new record in UAE
Overseas Indians set new record in UAE

A Dubai-based diaspora broke the world record of the biggest 'pop up greetings card' on Saturday and made a new record. According to a report by Gulf News, Ramkumar Sarangpani is currently the highest Guinness World Record holder in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), his 19th world record.

It has been revealed that Sarangpani's greeting card is 100 times larger than the common pop up greeting card.It has a collage of pictures of UAE Vice-President PM as well as Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Made by Dubai based artist Akbar Saheb.

Which has a closed surface area of 8.20 square meters, whereas earlier this record was from a resident of Hong Kong, who created a record by greeting in 6.729 square meters closed surface area. Now UAE resident of Indian origin has broken this record. The card will be displayed at the Numisbing Art Gallery, Doha Center, Al Maktoum Road, as well as the largest electronic greetings card to be held on the occasion of the 49th National Day of the UAE. This exhibition will be for 15 days from 4 to 18 January.

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