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Pakistani Family Sets Unique Guinness World Record

Pakistani Family Sets Unique Guinness World Record

Guinness World Record for Pakistani family has set the internet on fire currently because it’s very unusual to become such a record holder.

What’s so strange about it? They set a Guinness World Record under “most family members born on the same day” and all nine family members share the same birth date August 1.

It sounds like a movie, but guess what it’s the reality and Pakistan achieved another milestone in the world record planet.

This unique record has been secured by Amir Azad Mangi and his family from Larkana.

The same date of birth record was previously held by an American family of five members since 1966 and no one was able to beat it.

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Until now Amir Azad Mangi came up front and became the record holder. The record-holder family consists of Amir Azad Mangi, his wife Khadija, and their seven children, including two sets of twins.

Here’s the complete list of the family member’s names and dates of birth:

Mr. Mangi was born on Aug. 1, 1968, his wife on Aug. 1, 1973, their first daughter Sindhu on Aug. 1, 1992, twin daughters Sassi and Sapna on Aug. 1, 1998, their first son Amir on Aug. 1, 2001, their second son Ambar on Aug. 1, 2002, and twin sons Amar and Ahmer on Aug. 1, 2003.