This boy has 14,000 different pencils from 40 different countries. Today we are going to tell you about a boy whose relation will be shocked to know you. In fact, 15-year-old Tushar Lakhanpal, living in Delhi, has 40 different types of 14,000 pencils in different countries. They are collecting pencils from the age of 4.
This boy has 14,000 different pencils from 40 different countries
According to Tushar, they have 2 pencils that were used by the Queen of Britain Queen Elizabeth II and their parents bought both pencils for Rs 40810.72. Tussar has a fragile pancil, a magnificent lid pencil, a raw wood pencil and hand-made pencils.
They sit on the net and try to fulfill their curiosity about the world’s different pencils. The largest pencil length in the collection of Tussar is 8 feet 3 inches and the width is 29 centimeters, the smallest pencil length is only 4 centimeters. Tushar said that he has registered his name in the Indian Limca Book of Records and now he is on the Guinness Book of Records.
He also told that last month he had counted his pencils and Tushar had more than 14,000 pencils. Now Tushar is collecting even more pencils and he hopes that this figure will soon be up to 15,000.