Art of Living show enters Guinness Book of Records

10th of Dec 2007
Bangalore  Karnataka
India

BANGALORE: The Art of Living has been awarded the Guinness Book of Records for the Mohiniyattam dance performance organised in Cochin last year as part of its Silver Jubilee celebrations. The performance, which saw 1,200 female dancers perform together, has been awarded the world record for the most people performing a Mohiniyattam dance, the traditional Kerala dance form.

The citation issued by Guinness Book of Records states, “The current record for Most People Performing a Mohiniyattam Dance is 1,200 at a performance held as part of the Silver Jubilee celebrations of the Art of Living Foundation at the Jawaharlal Nehru International Stadium in Cochin, Kerala, India on 28 November 2006.”

Performing together for the first time, the dancers enchanted the gathering of over 100,000 people with their depiction of feminine moods and emotions.

CAPTION: A file picture of 1,200 dancers performing a Mohiniyattam dance as part of the Silver Jubilee celebrations of the Art of Living Foundation at the Jawaharlal Nehru International Stadium in Cochin, Kerala, India on 28 November 2006. This performance has been awarded the Guinness Book of Records.