Using the in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) procedure, fourteen test tube babies were born to seven childless mothers.
The doctors carried out caesarean operations,creating a world record of the healthiest twins born within 12 hours.
The operation was performed at the Tevatia Hospital and Fertility Centre on Thursday. Doctors commenced the surgeries at 6 a.m. and continued till 6.30 p.m. in the evening.
"This is a world record which we have achieved. Also, all the 14 babies born are totally healthy and fine," said Dr.Sharma.
Sharma also added that it was an achievement that such a landmark operation was carried out in a small city like Bulandshahr.
Meanwhile, an elated Rajkumari, a woman who was not able to conceive for the past eight years, that she could not belief she was now a mother of two children.
"I have been married for eight years; I consulted a lot of doctors, but to no avail. Now, I am very pleased with the Tevatia Hospital and its doctors. I have now two babies, one girl and one boy. I had never imagined that I would one day be the mother of two children," said Rajkumari.
IVF is a fertilisation process that manually combines an egg and a sperm outside the body. It is a significant operation in infertility when other ways of assisted reproductive technology do not succeed.
The first successful birth of a "test tube baby", Louise Brown, occurred in 1978. Robert G. Edwards, the physiologist who developed the treatment, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2010.