A Sikh temple in Dubai entered the Guinness World Records on Thursday, for giving back to the community in the most unique of ways.
The Dubai based Sikh temple named Gurudwara Gurunanak Darbar, served free continental breakfasts to "the maximum number of people from diverse nationalities." That's 600 people from 101 countries to be exact.
Officials from the Guinness Book of World Records announced that the event, titled Breakfast for diversity "broke the previous record of 55 nationalities having a continental breakfast, organized by Nutella" at the 2015 Milan Expo, Khaleej Times reported.
The event was held in a huge tent set up on the premises of the temple in Jebel Ali, and attended by people from across the country, including diplomats, government officials and Indian Ambassador to the UAE, Navdeep Singh Suri.
All attendees wore their traditional national outfits at the event, which celebrated peace, tolerance and communal harmony.
The Gurudwara, is known for its community kitchen, which serves free meals to all visitors and caters to over 50,000 Sikh devotees in the UAE.
Another world record for Dubai in the same week
A Dubai firm broke another Guinness world record on Tuesday, Arab News reported.
ITP Media Group broke the record for the longest selfie stick with a 16.6 meter gadget.
The record was broken at the "Influencer Nation" party, which was held to launch a new division of the group called ITP Live. The new record breaker is reportedly a meter longer than the previous record holder.