Mr. Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar, Ms. Binita Thakur, Mr. S.K. Sharma, Mr. Rajkumar Singh Naruka, Mr. Fateh Singh Rathore and Mr. Anu Vikram Singh with Mr. Rathindranath Das and Ms. Gitanjali Dasgupta

As a Chief Guest for "Special 26: Session 3 Awards"

Mr. Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar was the Chief Guest at the Special 26: Session 3 Awards organized by 95 FM Tadka and Arth Diagnostic Center at Hotel Lakend , Udaipur. This award is give to 26 prominent personalities from Udaipur who have achieved in their respective filed of Education, Sports, Music, Social Service, Art etc.

Mr. Mewar felicitated the awardees alone with Dr. Arvinder Singh from Arth Diagnostic Center; Ms. Surabhi Jain,; Mr. Himmat Singh Jhala and Mr. Umesh Sharma from RSM International School; Ms. Reena and Ms. Sakshi Sojatiya from Sojatiya Jwellers, Mr. Mukesh Jain and Mr. A.K Gupta from Punjab National Bank; Mr. Hrishit Bhandari from Hotel Lakend.

Mr. Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar lighting the lamp

Mr. Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar felicitating an awardees

Tue, 28 Jan

3rd Guinness World Record to Mr. Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar -'Go Green' initiative

Mr. Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar, on his birthday commenced a unique 'Go Green' initiative called 'Vriksh Hi Jeevan Abhiyaan' which has earned him the third Guinness World Record in just under 10 months.

During the 'Go Green' campaign, thousands of school students, Indian Army personnel and citizens from all walks of life participated and planted 4035 saplings varies from Amaltaj; Srahdana; Gulmohar; Kesiya Shayma in less than 60 seconds.

The previous world record for most saplings planted in 60 seconds stood at 2000. This unique initiative in Udaipur by Mr. Mewar has broken the previous record.

Mr. Mewar was conferred the certificate “The most people potting plants simultaneously” by Ms. Shefali Mishra, the official adjudicator, Guinness Book of World Records.

'Go Green' highlighted Mr. Mewar's idea for a cleaner and greener tomorrow with more saplings being planted by the citizens themselves.

This is his third Guinness World Record; the first being 'Vastradaan' which witnessed the collection of 3,29,250 clothes for donation to the needy. It was followed by the second Guinness World Record for Inspire Education wherein 20 tones of stationery items for students were collected within 24 hours.

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