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Karbi Community in Assam Breaks Guinness World Record for Longest Moving Line of Stilt Walkers

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Members of the Karbi community in India have made history by breaking a Guinness World Record, showcasing their cultural heritage and unity in a remarkable feat. Organized by the Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council during the 50th Karbi Youth Festival in Assam, 721 participants adorned in traditional attire formed a line stretching an impressive 1.24 miles while walking on stilts.

Karbi Community in Assam Breaks Guinness World Record

Their ten-minute journey surpassed the previous record, establishing them as the longest-moving line of people walking on stilts. Stilt walking, known as Kang Dong Dang, holds profound significance within the Karbi culture, symbolizing tradition and resilience.

Rajeshan Terang, ACS secretary for the Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council, emphasized that the record-breaking achievement was more than just a milestone; it was a celebration of their cultural heritage and collective strength. Terang highlighted the vibrancy and unity of the Karbi people, inspiring pride across generations.

Terang expressed gratitude for the opportunity to showcase their community’s vibrancy and strength, instilling a sense of pride and unity among the Karbi people. The achievement serves as a testament to their determination, passion, and shared purpose, demonstrating what can be accomplished when a community comes together. The record-breaking event not only secured a place in history but also served as a powerful reminder of the rich cultural tapestry and resilience of the Karbi community.

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