Physique and looks has been a very important aspect in the life of women across the world today, majority are really concerned about what they physically looks like. Most go for one surgery or the other just to get the perfect picture they've painted for themselves.
In this articles we will be taking a look at a pretty lady who is referred to as the smallest woman in the world according to the Guinness world record. Jyoti kisange Amge in 2011 was officially declared the world's shortest living woman by the Guinness world record.
Jyoti Kisange Amge born on the 16 December 1993 (27 years) in Nagpur India, is an Indian actress notable for being the smallest woman alive according to Guinness world record. Her restricted height was due to a genetic disorder called achondroplasia and she measure about 2 fit and 3 inches in height. Her height did not limit her as she has featured in some movies and has now become a known figure across the nations of the world. Below are pictures of this rare gem.
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