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India sets Guinness World Records of 'largest laundry lesson'

IANS  |  Mumbai 

With 400 young Indian men participating across the country to learn lessons to share the responsibility of cleaning clothes along with the female members of their homes, achieved the World Records certificate for the largest lesson on Friday.

National award-winning joined the function which was initiated by Ariel and hosted by The event was part of the #sharetheload campaign.

Talking about the campaign, Kapoor told the participants and media: "I think the most important thing is changing the mindset to share household chores...with more such campaigns we can see the change. I strongly believe in equality when I was a son, then the husband of my wife. My belief in equality continued with all three of my children - Sonam, Rhea, and Harsh."

"I am glad that when married Anand, I was so relieved that Anand's mother also taught her son to share the responsibility of household work along with "

Then addressing the crowd, the veteran said: "It is simple. If you really want to be a good son and a good husband, you should learn to share the responsibility of household work."

Earlier, the largest lesson involved 318 people, achieved by Lion NANOX Team (Japan) at Lion Hirai Research Laboratory, in Edogawa, Tokyo, Japan, on November 29, 2017.



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First Published: Fri, May 17 2019. 21:38 IST