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BALLOON JUGGLING FOR THE LONGEST DURATION

Om Bhairappanavar of Belgaum had eyes glued to him when he set the record of juggling three balloons for the longest duration of time. He clocked an incredible 32 minutes juggling three balloons continuously on May 9, 2019.

ACHIEVED TWO RECORDS BY A PERSON

A SELFLESS EFFORT TOWARDS MODERN EDUCATION 

Success is not final; failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts.

A rather passionate Naveen Gautam of District Hamirpur, Himachal Pradesh successfully set a national record for launching the first website of a govt. school in Himachal Pradesh. His selfless efforts towards modern education with an intention to uplift the students from backward classes have shown tremendous success. The website also features an online library with an array of education material catering to masses.

FIRST TO RECEIVE A REMARKABLE RECOGNITION AT NATIONAL LEVEL 

For his tremendous efforts and unparalleled zeal to introduce modern education through virtual classes, Naveen Gautam of District Hamirpur, Himachal Pradesh is the first person to have received a national ICT Award in Himachal Pradesh by the President of India in the year 2015. India Book of Records salutes him for this vision and mission.

IDENTIFYING COUNTRY FLAGS

At a tender age of 2 years, 5 months and 1 day, when most children are just learning to speak, little Aaric Mithran. D of Coimbatore can identify flags of as many as 100 countries. Now aren’t you convinced that a child’s brain is indeed a sponge?

FASTEST GUITARIST

 ‘If there is something to be changed in this world, then it can only happen through music.’

And living by the belief of Jimi Hendrix’s words is David Prabhaker Bandi of Telangana, our very own Indian version of Rimsky-Korsakov, who set an all new record and made us dance to his tunes by playing the guitar. He strummed as many as 768 chords in 28 seconds from the song ‘Flight of a Bumble Bee’ on March 16, 2019, at SRM University, Amravati, Maharashtra.

GODDESS DURGA IDOL ON A PENCIL LEAD

Create art like the world is your canvas.

India Book of Records appreciates Prasenjit Kar of West Bengal for his rather arduous achievement of engraving a goddess Durga idol on a pencil lead using a needle. He completed this intricate artwork measuring 5.5mm×4mm in a short duration of six hours.

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