Krishnapriya, who is an engineer, writes the letter after she forgets to wish brother on World Brother's Day
A sister from India's Kerala is set to create a new record after writing a 432-metre-long letter for her brother, reported Times Now.
Krishnapriya, who is an engineer by profession, wrote a letter that weighs a shocking five kilos, after she forgot to wish him on World Brother's Day.
Her 21-year-old brotherKrishnaprasad sent her reminders on the day but his messages went unnoticed. Hurt, he blocked his sister on WhatsApp.
“I forgot to wish him. I usually call him or send him a text on Brother's Day but I forgot this year due to my busy work schedule,” Krishnapriya told Times Now.
To make up for the forgotten wish, she began writing him a letter on May 25.
Initially, she started writing on an A4-sized paper but realised she had a lot more to say.
“I wanted a longer paper and went to a stationery shop to buy some. But I was told that the only long paper rolls that are available are billing papers. I bought 15 rolls and wrote in each of them to complete the letter in 12 hours,” she said.
Priya later applied toGuinness World Records for the longest letter ever written.