Tattoo artists from Guwahati make it to India Book of Records
GUWAHATI: Bhagyaraj Barua and his team have made it to the India Book of Records and hold a record for ‘Fascinating Tattooing Circle’. Barua and his team of 7 tattoo artists tattooed the other in a circle on the theme ‘Save Rhino, Save Nature’, at the Brindaban Garden, Zoo Road in Guwahati on January 9.
They made a record by making the tattoos in 81 minutes. Barua’s team members include Prasant Bhuyan, Hritik Kalita , Sudipta Baruah ,Munmi Hazarika , Rim Saikia , Pranjal Chakravarty and Piku Devi.
It is to be mentioned that India Book of Records is the custodian of Indian records since 2006.
With the launch of the 15th edition of India Book of Records 2020 on 27 December 2019 at Hotel Radisson Blu, Paschim Vihar, New Delhi, it has become arguably the only book of records with the Chief Editors from record books of seven nations (Vietnam, Malaysia, USA, Nepal, Indonesia, Bangladesh and Thailand) as its board members.