Partha Chandra Deb, a youth from Brahmanbaria, has registered his name in the Guinness Book of World Records by making the longest chain of safety-pins.
He formally received the certificate from the Guinness World Records authorities on September 17 this year.
Partha, a final year BSS student of Brahmanbaria Government College, applied to the Guinness World Records authorities to make the longest chain in the world on April 20, 2019.
Around three months later, he got the permission from the authorities.
"The chain has a total of 1,87,823 golden colour safety-pins," said Partha, a resident of Fandauk village in Nasirnagar upazila of the district.
The chain is 2,401.83 metres or 7,880 feet 0.2 inches long.
The length was measured at Sri Pagal Shankar Jio Temple in Fandauk village.
In April, 2018, two Indian nationals named Sri Harsha Nune and Sri Navya Nune jointly achieved the recognition from the Guinness World Records for making the longest chain of safety-pins, measuring 1,733.1 metres.
It had 72,790 pins, said Partha.