The World’s Smallest National Flag

An artisan named Iqbal Sakka from Udaipur set a Guinness World Record by creating the smallest Indian National Flag. This National Flag is only 0.5 mm in size and can pass through the eye of a capacity of 12 needles.

Iqbal Sakka is a professional handicraft expert has created this smallest tricolour as a tribute to India’s 70th Independence Day. Firstly, Canadian National Flag held the world record, but now Indian Flag holds this achieve World’s Smallest Indian Flag. Iqbal Sakka has also requested President to display the smallest Flag in the National Museum in New Delhi.

About Iqbal Sakka:

Iqbal Sakka is a framed artisan who made his first world record in 1991 by creating a very delicate gold chain. Iqbal already has 52 world records in his name.

In 2004, he made the world’s smallest tea kettle of gold. And, in 2009, Iqbal fabricated the smallest stamp of gold. All these glorious articles of Iqbal’s made him to get world record titles. This miniature Tricolor is his 53rd world record. Along with this, Iqbal glory has mentioned in Limca Book of Records, India Book of Records, Guinness Worlds Records and Asia Book of Records.

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