Navratan Prajapati Murtikar set a previous record of 2 mm in 2022.
Prajapati explains a difficult procedure and offers examples of his tenacity.
owns the 126 (2020) and 236 (2021) pencil lead chain link records as well.
Sashikant Prajapati, a 25-year-old craftsman from Bihar in India, recently garnered news for breaking the record for producing the tiniest wooden spoon. His masterwork, measuring 1.6 mm (0.06 in), surpasses the previous benchmark of 2 mm (0.07 in), set in 2022 by Navratan Prajapati Murtikar, another outstanding Indian artist.
Making a wooden spoon is a very basic operation, but making the tiniest wooden spoon in the world is an incredibly difficult endeavor, as Prajapati explained to Guinness World Records (GWR) after his successful achievement.
He described numerous setbacks throughout practice, displaying tenacity and fortitude. Prajapati also related tales of artwork that he had completed to 99% just to have it break and require him to start anew.
In 2020, Sashikant Prajapati won his first Guinness World Records title for making the most chain links out of pencil lead. Prajapati himself twice achieved this feat—in 2020 with 126 linkages and again in 2021 with 236 links.