Students of SRMIST attempts Guinness World Record

Students of SRMIST attempts Guinness World Record

Students of SRMIST attempts Guinness World Record

On August 22nd, 2018  SRMIST has achieved an incredible feat, with an ostentatious display of unity, Aaruush,  has attempted to break a Guinness World Record, by forming the largest human image of infinity symbol, with 545 part cipants, of length 35.7 metres and width 19.4 metres.

The attempt was made on the 22nd of August 2018, which had led to a turnabout of 545 participants, it secured our belief and re-enforced our confidence towards executing the record attempt. Beginning it’s implementation at four past dawn, this event displayed the orchestral unity of this institution and truly has propelled its dignity to an international level. The “Largest human image of infinity symbol” holds special meaning to being attempted as a world record. With “Aaruush Towards Infinity” rightfully as our theme, it displays the limitless boundaries of the hu man mind, that one can imagine if one can think, and one can create if one can imagine.

Aaruush, as we know, believes in the notion of harmonizing dreams with togetherness and thoughtfulness, and then with dedicated approach, creativity and planning, converge these dreams to reality. At Aaruush, it is our endeavor to expect the unexpected. Yet again, through this attempt the students proved the true meaning of Aaruush.

This attempt required intense planning for its execution. It took a group of dedicated members, to come up with the plan and to be able to produce a formal invitation to the Guinness World Book of Record committee and to be able to convince them of us being able to pull it off.To ensure the genuity of the attempt, Sub Major Kishore Kumar Kik and Nb Sub Ravi P acted as the witnesses and M. Jancy Rani along with R. Mohanasundaram as timekeepers of the attempt.

The ability to be able to break barriers and bring such an idea to life itself was a milestone. As the students assembled at the venue, one could imagine their vision shaping into the reality. With every batch of participants that entered the arena to form the image, a surge of excitement, nervousness and adrenaline filled the air. The students finally stood beside each other and radiated with imminent success as they created the biggest infinity symbol.

What once was a fragment of imagination, had transformed into reality. Piece by piece, every participant had made a castle of glass. This feat’s reward is for the students, who stood under the roaring sun with ambiguous patience, to reap. The organising committee too worked relentlessly maintaining calm and   providing constant motivation to the participants. All of this lead to a successful completion of the attempt, an attempt that made memories lifelong