A total of 4,687 Konyak Naga women in their colourful traditional attire had come together on April 5 in an attempt to create the record for the "Largest Traditional Konyak Dance".
In their attempt, the Konyak women danced to the beats of traditional instruments and sang a ceremonial song for five minutes and one second, the organisers had said here.
Konyak is one of the 16 Naga tribes and people of this community live mainly in the Mon district of Nagaland.
The programme was organised at Mon during the Aoleang Monyu, an annual festival of the Konyak tribe to welcome the spring.
The declaration on the record was delayed as official adjudicators of the Guinness World Records could not come to judge the attempt on the day of the event. However, their representatives from the North East Zone Cultural Centre under the
Ministry of Culture were present.
The representatives had sent evidences of the programme to the Guinness authorities.
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