Father and son from Abu Dhabi breaks world record

A dad and child from Abu Dhabi broke a world record for visiting the most UNESCO world legacy destinations in India in under 12 hours. 

 

As though as far as possible was insufficient, members were required to utilize people in general transport framework to up the test and to advance supportable portability also. 

According  Khaleej Times, 36-year-old Mohammed Thahir said that he joined the adventure to show his five-year-old child determination and about the way of life of their nation of origin India. 

The two snatched the Guinness World Record title: Most Unesco world heritage site visits in 12 hours by public transport by visiting seven heritage sites, covering 300 kilometers in 11 hours, 33 minutes and 18 seconds. The heritage sites were: Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Fatehpur Sikri, Keoladeo National Park, Humayun’s Tomb, Red Fort and Qutub Minar.The past record holder was likewise a team from Netherlands who took 24 hours to finish a similar test. 

Thahir said that his son learned a great deal about valuing culture especially with the future generation’s tendency to disregard it because of the world’s digital transformation.

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