Mangi family from Larkana city of Sindh province has a unique record, 9 members of this family were born on the same day i.e. 1st of August.
The name of this family has been included in the Guinness Book of World Records, according to the website Amir Ali Mangi, a high school teacher living in Larkana, his wife Khadija and 7 children Sindhu, twin girls Sasai, Sapna, Aamir, Amber, twin boys. Ammar and Ahamar are included.
Amazingly, all were born on August 1, a world record for the largest number of family members born on the same day.
August 1 is special for Amir and Khadija as it also marks their wedding anniversary, having been married in 1991 on the same day as the couple’s anniversary.
The couple’s seven children also hold the record for the most siblings born on the same day, previously held by five children of a family from the United States on February 20, 1952 to 1966. were born between
Sindhu, the first daughter of the Mangi family, was born on 1st August 1992, which also happens to be Ameer and Khadija’s birthday.
Amir says he and his wife were surprised when all their children were born on the same date, saying it was a ‘gift from God’.
The Guinness Report, all the children of the Mungi family were born without caesarean section, none of the children were delivered prematurely and Khadija never had to go into labor/labor drips.
Ameer says that he deliberately did not plan for his children to be born on the same date.
Amir and Khadija were also surprised when twin sons (Amar and Ahmar) were born in 2003, 5 years after the birth of their twin daughters (Sasui and Sapna).
Sasui says that earlier we used to celebrate our birthdays very simply, but now we celebrate with great enthusiasm and joy.
After being awarded the Guinness World Records award, Ameer says that having a birthday on the same day has proved very lucky for his family.
The Mangi family will have a birthday in three weeks, which will be special for them this year.
Khadija will turn 50 this year while her third youngest son Amber will turn 21.