He received 10,975 kg of stationery from schools, corporates and individuals last month in an attempt to help one lakh refugee children around the world.
The donations included around 50,000 notebooks, 3 lakh pencils and 2,000 school bags along with items like crayons, pencil sharpeners, scissors. Four hundred volunteers joined hands for the mission at Dubai's Al Diyafah School.
The Emirates Red Crescent organisation would be delivering it to the refugee camps.
The 57-year-old chartered accountant was born in Tamil Nadu's Tirunelvelli. He has been living in Dubai since 1992. His non-profit initiative 'education4all' collects used books and toys for its school library projects in India and African countries, helping children in remote areas.
The previous Guinness record in this category received 4,571 kg in 2015, in Saudi Arabia.