His name is Chandra Bahadur Dang.
He's 72. He's from Nepalese and had never left his village prior to winning the title.
He's 1ft11.6in tal
Dangi was born on 30 November 1939. It is unknown what medical condition limited his growth. He lived in a remote village, Reemkholi, approximately 400 kilometres (250 mi) away from Kathmandu, Nepal's capital. Prior to being recognised by the Guinness World Records as the world's shortest man in 2012, he had never left his home village. After being awarded the title, he said he had always wished to travel to all parts of his country and the world. He stated that being the shortest man in the world and a citizen of Nepal, he wanted to use his status to popularise his country.
In 2012, at the age of 73, Dangi met the world’s shortest woman, Jyoti Amge of Nagpur, India. The pair posed together for the 57th edition of The Guinness Book of Records in 2013. On 13 November 2014, as part of Guinness World Records Day, Dangi met the world's tallest living man, Sultan Kösen, at an event in London.
Chandra died in American Samoa on 3 September 2015 at the age of 75, at the Lyndon B. Johnson Tropical Medical Center inPago Pago. His exact cause of death was not disclosed, although The Kathmandu Post reported that he had previously been suffering from pneumonia. He had been touring the South Pacific for much of the year with Samoa's Tupa'l Bruno's Magic Circus.
Dangi on the move
|Dangi on the move|
Jyoti Amge (born 21 December 1993) is an Indian actress notable for being the world's smallest living woman according to Guinness World Records.
Following Amge's 18th birthday on December 21, 2011, she was officially declared the world's smallest woman by Guinness World Records with a height of 62.8 centimetres (2 ft 0.6 in). Her restricted height is due to a growth abnormality called achondroplasia
Jyoti Amge is now 23 years and from Indian.
She's an actress and pursuing a carrier in entertainment.
Her hobby is travelling and has visited many countries.