Indian diaspora living in the UAE maked Guinness Book of World Records for the 19th time

An Indian diaspora living in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has made a huge 8.2-square-meter pop-up greeting card, making it to the Guinness Book of World Records for the 19th time.

He created this greeting card on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the assuming office of Sheikh Muhammad bin Rashid Maktoum, UAE's Prime Minister, Vice President, and Dubai ruler. Gulf News reported that Dubai resident Ramkumar Sarangapani has now become the only person in the UAE and India to make the most records.

Their pop up greeting card is 100 times larger than a regular pop-up card. According to the newspaper, inside it is a collage of paintings made by the artist Akbar Saheb by Sheikh Muhammad. The area of ​​this card dedicated to Sheikh Muhammad is 8.20 square meters. The previous record was recorded in Hong Kong, whose pop-up greeting card area was 6.729 square meters.