Delhi University Students Enters Guinness Book Of World Records

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History was made on the 17th of September, 2016 when a bunch of Delhi University Students broke the record of the World’s largest Cup Pyramid and earned the oppurtunity to feature in the coveted Guinness book of World Records!

Students from various colleges like Hansraj, Sri Venkateshwara , Keshav Mahavidyalaya and Shaheed Bhagat Singh were a part of this team. They worked for 3 days and 2 nights straight to make this happen. The last record was made in 2015, in Mexico which had 42,925 cups. This team stacked around 56,980 cups to break the previous record!

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The team was led by Kushagra Tayal, a student of Hansraj College! It was his lifelong dream to make it big, and feature in Guinness Book of World Records! After 3 failed attempts to do so, this time he was more motivated than ever! Against all obstacles, he achieved his goal and earned a spot right where he wanted to.

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Congratulations to the whole team, which not only made DU proud.. But also the country! 🙂

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