How tall have you ever seen a chilli plant?
2 feet? 3 feet? Or at most 6 feet?
Rarely seen 6 feet?
In the Guinness Book of World Records there is a record of 14.7 feet tall chilli plant.
The record was set in 2011 by Thepsu Satu O Rio of Sobhima, a village 8 km from Dimapur, Nagaland, India. The news was published by The Telegraph online edition.
After Rio’s chilli plant set a world record of 14.7 feet, a large crowd of spectators came from the surrounding districts to see the chilli.
World records in the field of agriculture in Nepal are rarely maintained. Although a world record has been set for areas other than agriculture, Ramechhap district also has potential for agricultural records.
At Sunarpani in Manthali municipality ward no.5 Of the district,Akbare Khursani ( round chilli), grown in a farmer’s field known as Anarbaje , is likely to set a world record. The real name of the farmer is Hiralal Acharya due to the fame of pomegranate he planted in his garden, he got the nickname of pomegranate grandpa(Anarbaje).
The Akbare Khursani ( round chilli) plant in the Anarbaje’s orchard has reached the age of 8 years. It is still alive , which usually die after one year of production.
Due to lack of water in the dry season, he has worked hard to grow the chillies by giving them water and fertilizer. At the time of writing, the 18-foot-tall chilli has failed to set a world record due to a lack of publicity.
A few years ago, a large quantity of Akbari chilli was exported from Dolakha district. Akbare Khursani pickle industry has also come into operation in Ramechhap district. Giving more information about his tall Akbari Khursani, farmer Anarbaje says-
“I did not plant this chilli plant for the Guinness Book of World Records. It’s only a matter of time before it grows up and deserves to be inscribed in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Till today, I have not done any publicity to get my name in the Guinness Book because of this chilli. Let’s hope the record of the 14.7-foot-tall chilli plant in South India is broken by the 18-foot-tall chilli plant in my garden. ‘
Akbari Khursani is also very effective from a health point of view. Regular consumption of it can diagnose stomach related diseases. Nowadays, due to eating and drinking, the physical condition of a person has changed due to which a person suffers from obesity. Akbari Khursani is considered to be very important for solving this problem.
Akbari Khursani is also of special importance for cleansing the sick and urinary bladder which is disturbed due to high blood sugar level.
There has been no publicity for the chillies grown by Anarbaje. While the world record is 14.7 feet tall, his chilli plant’s height is 18 feet.
It is the duty of all of us to break the Guinness Book of World Records of India by setting a world record in time by promoting this chilli plant from all sides. Therefore, we heartily request all the viewers to share and publicize this video as much as possible.