Women from Nagaland Set Guinness World Record
by NEWSNER , 2021-03-15 19:04:14
Konyak ladies have moved their way to the renowned Guinness World Records (GWR) for the title of 'Biggest Traditional Konyak Dance,' the aftereffect of which was proclaimed late April 9.
4,687 ladies moved in Konyak traditional clothing for 5 minutes and 2 seconds during the Aoleang Monyu Mini Hornbill Festival on April 5.
B Lomei Konyak, President of the KNSK (Konyak Nyupuh Sheko Khong), communicated bliss at the accomplishment. "It is God's effortlessness and surprising!".
More than 100 towns from the Mon area attached to get this going. A brilliant chance for the Konyak womenfolk at such a surprising bit of news, Lomei said, it would, notwithstanding, not have been conceivable without the men.
Konyak Union took up a significant job in assembling youth from Konyak Students' Union (KSU), Mon Town Students' Union (MTSU) and set up a GWR Committee involving GBs and Ward Presidents, clarified the KNSK President.
With participation from men to join powers of the relative multitude of 11 wards of Mon Town, the achievement was accomplished, she said.
After a response from the GWR authorities on March 5, Lomei uncovered, they were somewhat fearful. 4,950 ladies met up on the morning of April 5 to partake in the biggest customary Konyak dance ever. In any case, because of specialized blunders in scanner tags, on groups to be worn around the wrist, during the morning of the occasion, 263 ladies couldn't be enrolled.