Largest ‘Birds Nurturing Mosaic’ made using grains | BIRDS NURTURING

1100 619 Saint Dr. MSG Insan

Spans across 20,340 square feet

Sirsa | The leading name in the field of humanitarian welfare services – Dera Sacha Sauda has made one more world record. The volunteers of the organization made the world’s ‘Largest Birds Nurturing Mosaic’ using various food grains to spread the message of saving the birds. This huge creation that spreads across 20,340 square feet in the Shah Satnam Ji Dham, Sirsa attracted huge crowds.

3737.48 Kilograms of grains used | BIRDS NURTURING

A total of 3737.48 Kilograms of grains were used to make this mosaic which depicts birds drinking water and having food, which was a beautiful sight. While interacting with the media, the Convener Pushpa Insan said that arranging food and water for birds is 37th among 131 welfare works.

All the food grains will be utilized | BIRDS NURTURING

A total of 304 artists made this world record-breaking food grain mosaic of 113×180 square feet just within 14 hours, starting from 4:30 AM to 6:30 PM of Thursday, 9th August. This work of art will be registered for the Guinness World Records and Asia Records. Notably, Revered Saint Dr Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan already holds 79 World Records for welfare works.

All the food grains will be utilized. Corn will be sown as seeds, Jowar and Bajra will be used as food for birds and the rest will be cooked as daily Langar for the devotees. The quantities of the different food grains used are as follows:


3046.35 kilograms

Black dal

83.04 kilograms

Green dal

91.78 kilograms


106.07 kilograms

Red moong dal

100.87 kilograms


34.00 kilograms


17.44 kilograms


166.99 kilograms

Chana dal

90.94 kilograms

Total food grains used

3737.48 kilograms

Abiding by the holy sermons of Revered Guruji, disciples of Dera Sacha Sauda arrange food and water for the birds on rooftops of homes or on the trees, especially during the scorching summers. To aware people at a larger scale, this mosaic was made.

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