India’s record book soars in spring


Delhi, India (NewsView) India Book of Records is renowned among those who consistently achieve and aspire to break new records. Also, those who succeed in taking their talents to a new level. India Book of Records provides them with a number of guidelines and supports them successfully to help them stand out and move towards greater success. The following appreciations and records have been successful under our constant guidance at the recognized India Book of Records. Toddler shows skills earlier than usual Deeshank Mallikarjuna S. (Born June 25, 2020) from Shivamogga, Karnataka is appreciated for answering 5 GK questions; identifying 14 shapes, 11 colors, 39 animals, 16 vehicles, flags of 20 countries, 11 body parts, 18 plants; recite the days of the week and the months of a year in English and Kannada, the numbers from 1 to 20 in English and from 1 to 10 in Kannada and 4 rhymes at the age of 1 year and 7 months, as confirmed on February 23, 2022. Identification of Multiple Items by a Toddler Niyansh S. (born July 2, 2020) from Bengaluru, Karnataka, is appreciated for identifying 20 fruits, 13 flowers, 19 action words, 19 vegetables, 24 professions, 13 shapes, 22 vehicles, 25 body parts, 21 animals, 12 colors, 6 electronic objects, 17 birds, 10 clothes, 6 medical objects and flags of 24 countries at the age of 1 year and 8 months, as confirmed on the 9 March 2022. , Kid Prides Everyone Sujan Gururaj (born October 5, 2012) from Bengaluru, Karnataka, is appreciated for spelling 44 words backwards; saying 25 words backwards and saying 6 sentences backwards, at the age of 9 years, 4 months and 10 days, as confirmed on February 15, 2022. Maximum shapes made with snake cubes in one minute The record of Maximum Number of Shapes with Snake Cubes was created by Tijuvardan Badrinath (born 24 November 2013) from Ballari, Karnataka. He made six shapes with Snake Cubes including a rocket, a ball and a sword in one minute at the age of 7 years, 10 months and 28 days, as confirmed on October 22, 2021. Maximum answers to questions about the UAE in one minute. The maximum number of UAE questions in one minute was set by AmeyaPratheesh (born 25th December 2016) from Alappuzha, Kerala (now residing in Dubai, UAE). She answered 39 questions about the United Arab Emirates in one minute at the age of 5 years, 2 months and 14 days, as confirmed on March 8, 2022. International recognition via research papers Aryan Chaudhary (born July 10, 2006 ) from Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh, is appreciated for writing research articles for international journals. He has authored 11 research papers for international journals including IJCRT, JBSE and JDAIC as confirmed on March 5, 2022. Necessity is the mother of invention Dr Riitesh Sinha (b. March 30, 1974) from Karnal, Haryana, is appreciated for developing a hand mudra named “Riiteshmudraa” for people with cerebral palsy. He himself is challenged by cerebral palsy and has developed the mudra to control spasticity, drooling, gait and voluntary control of urine in people with cerebral palsy, as confirmed on March 9, 2022. First Panels billboard to generate solar power for Indian Railways The record for being the first to generate maximum solar power on billboards has been set by Zest Enterprise, Mumbai, Maharashtra, with facilities spanning 11675 ft squares spread across 17 sites to create clean renewable energy for Indian Railways, as confirmed on January 29, 2022. A quick learner who is proud to show off his talent Vice President Varshita Reddy (born August 16, 2017) of Chengalpattu, Tamil Nadu, is appreciated for identifying 12 animals, 11 birds, 14 professions, 21 actions, 12 famous personalities, 16 vehicles, numbers from 1 to 27, 24 parts of the c orps, 35 general elements; recalling 11 antonyms, 15 languages ​​printed on Indian currency, capitals of all Indian states and union territories, months of a year, 4 seasons, 20 national symbols and 10 rhymes by the age of 4 and 5 months, as confirmed on February 7, 2022.

Maximum number of dinosaur species identified by a toddler The record for identifying the maximum number of dinosaur species was set by Vidhun VM (born 11 August 2020) from Chennai, Tamil Nadu. He identified 66 species of dinosaurs by looking at the images in 5 minutes and 32 seconds at the age of 1 year, 6 months and 17 days, as confirmed on February 28, 2022. Stay tuned for more… ! Image: India’s New Talent Book of Records

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