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Delhi couple in Limca Book for letter writing

The couple has had their letters published in various magazines and broadsheets across India and abroad.

india Updated: Aug 13, 2006 16:54 IST

A Delhi-based couple has found a place of honour in the 2007 edition of the Limca Book of Records for writing the maximum number of published letters on public causes, including the 'right to information'.

Subhash Chandra Agrawal and his wife Madhu, residents of Dariba in the National Capital, were featured in the record book for penning 10,629 and 7,775 letters, respectively, said Vijaya Ghose, editor of Limca Book of Records.

The couple, who are already listed in the Guinness World Records, have had their letters published in various magazines and broadsheets across India and abroad.

Besides, the Agrawals also own a pride collection of letters ranging from national leaders to bureaucrats responding to their missives.