JK’s Pulwama Youth Breaks India’s Book of Records with Smallest Origami Paper Flower Creation


A young artist from Pulwama district in southern Kashmir entered India’s record books by creating the smallest origami paper flower with a stem. Muntazir Rashid, 21, a resident of Tiken Pulwama in South Kashmir who graduated with a bachelor’s degree in dialysis technology. He has also published a book and has three more books in the works.

Speaking to ANI, Muntazir Rashid said he has been inclined to art since childhood and has taken up remodeling garbage, cardboard and many other arts as a hobby. He said he managed to get into India’s Book of Records because he made the smallest origami paper flower (an art of Japanese origin) with a stem.

“I have made hundreds of works of art so far and have already sold several. I feel very happy because my skills are recognized, which encourages me to further nurture my talent,” said declared Muntazir. India Book of Records stated that Rashid’s creation (measuring 3.01cm X 1.08cm) was created using Origami paper in 3 minutes and 55 seconds.

Muntazir said he has also written four books so far, “one of which has already been published while three more will be published very soon.” he said. Muntazir said that instead of getting involved in drugs and other anti-social activities, young people should stay engaged in works of art and other sports-related activities. “Hard work and consistency is a must to make any dream come true and young people should do their best to turn their dreams into realities,” he said. (ANI)

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