India Book of Records felicitates its Top 100 Record Holders on an Award Night held in Bhopal on March 15, 2019.

MAXIMUM PUNCH STRIKES IN ONE MINUTE

How many punches do you think you can throw in a minute? 60, maybe 70, or maybe even 80. But, Master Mukilan Chellaperumal of Mumbai will leave you astounded with the number of punches that he can throw in one minute. For some of us it may even be difficult to count as much as 214 in a mere 60 seconds, but Mukilan has broken all bounds by setting this incredible record on February 18, 2019.

A ZEALOUS AMATEUR SINGER

They say it’s never too late. And, no one better than Dr Raj Rup Fuliya has done justice to this saying. The 65-year-old IAS Officer turned singer brought about a new wave as he took singing apps ‘StarMaker’ and ‘Smule’ by storm. He has not only recorded 10,000 song covers between July 2018 and March 2019 but has also been ranked as Number 1 1579 times and among the top 5 3807 times.

LARGEST HUMAN CHAIN FORMING A MEDICAL PLUS SIGN

No one can whistle a symphony. It takes a whole orchestra to play it.”

– H.E. Luccock

On March 29, 2019, Bharath College of Science and Management, Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu experienced a larger than life event, where 1117 participants came together and formed the medical plus by forming a human chain. Organized and set by the Indian Institute of Industry Interaction Education and Research, Kolathur, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, this was a grand record event as acknowledged by India Book of Records.

A YOUNG ONE WITH VAST KNOWLEDGE

A shot of knowledge with impeccable memory, four-year-old Saahraa Dinesh will amaze you with all that she can recall and recognize. From dinosaurs to insects, she can name any animal you show her. She knows countries and their currencies, inventions and names of 10 global entrepreneurs, Chief Ministers of Tamil Nadu, Prime ministers of India, flowers, Indian monuments, trees and fruits, and can also recognize cricket players. She is truly a gifted child.

BRAINY BOY

BRAINY BOY

India Book of Records appreciates the little wonder Adhrit, from Telangana for his achievement of reciting capitals of 58 countries, all Indian states and Union Territories; national symbols; all the planets; and continents and oceans of the world.

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