The Pakistani Family Holds the World Record for Same Birthday

An exceptional and extraordinary family in Larkana, Pakistan have nine members in their house. Nine members of the Mangi family from Pakistan share more than a surname – they also share the same birthday, a feat which has led to their unique world record. According to Guinness World Records, Ameer Ali, his wife Khudeja, and their seven children were all born on August 1.

This is a world record for most family members born on the same day. It’s a remarkable achievement, showcasing the rarity and wonder of their situation.

Ameer Ali, his wife Khudeja, and their seven children were all born on August 1. Their children, Sindhoo, Sasui, Sapna, Aamir, Ambar, Ammar, and Ahmar, are aged between 19 and 30.

Moreover, the thing which makes the date 1st August more special and exciting for them is that on this same day the couple got married on their birthday in 1991.And exactly a year after, they gave birth to their eldest daughter, Sindhoo. His first set of twins, Sasui and Sapna, was born in 1998, and the second one, Ammar and Ahmar, in 2003.

The Mangi family gave birth to two sets of twins, each born on August 1. This marks the fifth verified instance of a mother giving birth to two sets of twins with coincident birthdays, holding the record for the ‘most twin siblings born on the same day’.

As stated in a blog post by the Guinness World Record, all of the children were conceived and born naturally. None of the births were premature or required caesarean section deliveries.

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