Sunday 19 September 2021

Guinness World Record is going to be set in `Crop Picture Bangabandhu`

Staff Correspondent || TheAgriculturist

Published: 22:52, 6 February 2021   Update: 05:14, 7 February 2021
Guinness World Record is going to be set in `Crop Picture Bangabandhu`

The activities of Bangabandhu in the 'Crop Picture' on the centenary of Mujib's birth are going to set a Guinness World Record. This work of painting the face of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman is going on in Sherpur of Bogra. The organizers said that all the planting activities have been completed there on Thursday (February 4) and the face of Bangabandhu will be revealed there in the next ten days. 

The information was given at an exchange meeting on Friday (February 5) at the Krishibid Institution in the capital. Awami League joint general secretary AHM Bahauddin Nasim, who is also the convener and chief coordinator of 'Bangabandhu in Grain Picture', said they would send all necessary documents to the Guinness Book of World Records by February 21. This grain painting is being done mainly through rice seedlings.

He said in the meeting, 'We have started this activity long ago. I have brought seeds from abroad. We are following the path indicated by the Guinness Book of World Records. We have information about all previous records. Our event is the largest in the world and the first such a big face of any leader. We want to make this event memorable for Bangabandhu to the world. We want to do all the best programs in Mujibvarsa. '

This will be the new record of the Largest Crop Field Mosaic (Image) branch. The record is currently held by China. In 1919, Lejidao Tourism Development Company Limited of Shanghai set the record by painting a picture of a cowfish on a four-colored paddy field on an area of ​​69,505.19 square meters.

Private companies are also leading in new records. 'Bangabandhu Jatiya Parishad' in collaboration with National Agricare Company took initiative to make this crop picture on the occasion of Bangabandhu's birth centenary. Preparations for the work began two months ago on 105 bighas of land in Balenda village of Bogra's Sherpur upazila, covering an area of ​​12.92 lakh square feet.