Guinness Word Records: New World’s Smallest Living Woman (Teenager)
An Indian citizen, Jyoti Amge has been accepted as the new world’s smallest woman (teenager). She is only 61.95 cm tall and weighs 11lb at her eighteen years.
Jyoti Amge, an Indian citizen, has set the record of new world’s smallest woman (teenager) by measuring only 61.95 cm at her eighteen years of age. She was born on December 16, 1993 in Nagpur (India). Now she is of 18 years old and measures her height shorter than the average two years old child. She weighs 11lb (round about 5 kg). The team of Guinness Words Records has accepted her as ‘the new worlds smallest living woman’. Jyoti Amge is 6.2 shorter than the former world’s shortest woman (American Bridgette Jordan) who was twenty two years old at the time of setting the Guinness World Record.
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Jyoti is suffering from a kind of dwarfism called anchondroplasia. Achondroplasia comes in the disorders known as chondrodystrophies or osteochondrodysplasias and causes the most common type of dwarfism. Jyoti would not be growing taller than her current height because of the disease she suffering from.
She has to go for custom made clothes and jewellery. Her utensils are specially made as the normal size utensils are too big for her own size. Along with her studies Jyoti wishes to become Indian actress. She likes fashion, loves make up and enjoys talking on phone as the other teenager girls do. ,In nutshell, having Guinness Word Record is an exceptional laurel and Jyoti Amge is the most luckiest teenager in this regard. Although she is the smallest woman but she has earned her name for centuries (though her size is naturally so…achondroplasia).