On Monday the 16th while celebrating the 42nd Independence Day, Bangladesh also broke the world record for the largest national flag. The flag was made up of red and green placards held up by the 27,117 volunteers from the Bangladesh Army, Educational Institutions and members of the public, gathered in the National Parade Ground at the capital, Dhaka. The volunteers held the cards aloft for 6 minutes and 16 seconds. The event, organised by the Bangladesh army and Robi Axiata was held to celebrate Victory Day and demonstrate the spirit and unity of the Bangadeshi people, and was witenessed by an accredited auditor of the Guinness World Records.
The record for the largest human flag was previously held by the 24,200 participants attending the Punjab Youth Festival at the National Hockey Stadium in Lahore, Pakistan on 21 October 2012.
The world’s largest delta is that created by the Ganges and Brahmaputra rivers in Bangladesh and West Bengal, India. It covers an area of 75,000 sq. km. (30,000 sq. miles).
The largest victory margin in Cricket is 233 runs by Pakistan against Bangladesh (320 for the loss of three wickets to 87 all outs), at Dhaka Bangladesh, on June 2, 2000.
Hailstones weighing up to 2.2 lb each are reported to have killed 92 people in Gopalganj
Of countries over 2,500 sq. km. (1,000 sq. miles), the most densely populated is Bangladesh, with a density of 861.0 people per sq. km. (2,231 per sq. mile).