A Guinness World Record was achieved for the largest display of Lambani items during the G20 Culture Working Group Meeting held in Hampi, Karnataka. The remarkable feat was accomplished by more than 450 Lambani women artisans and cultural practitioners associated with Sandur Kushala Kala Kendra.
Under the G1 tag, these talented artisans created Sandur Lambani embroidery featuring a stunning collection of 1,755 patchworks. Their exceptional craftsmanship and dedication led to the establishment of a new Guinness World Record for the largest display of Lambani items.
This remarkable achievement not only showcases the artistic brilliance and cultural heritage of the Lambani community but also serves as a testament to the collective efforts of the Lambani women artisans. The event not only highlighted their talent but also provided a platform to celebrate and promote their rich cultural traditions.
The successful establishment of this Guinness World Record is a significant milestone, recognizing the immense creativity and craftsmanship present within the Lambani community. It serves as a source of inspiration for future generations, encouraging the preservation and promotion of traditional art forms and cultural practices.