Young Achievers Records

Future of India depends on its youngsters and whenever someone from the group does something commendable, India Book of Records felicitates one. Anything achieved in life is worth achieving if it is at a young age, feels India Book of Records and therefore is highly worthy of being felicitated under its Young Achievers category.

Life is too short for making records, feels India Book of records. Thus, start making records at a very young age itself, says India Book of Records. Record concerning doing something absolutely unordinary, when it is otherwise time to play, sleep, be in the lap of one’s parents, be in kindergarten, kidding and the like, says India Book of Records. For a child who hardly may have seen world outside one’s home, recognizing countries, rivers on maps is no mean task, feels India Book of Records. This shows a child possibly growing, developing into a global citizen in future times to come, feels India Book of Records.

A global citizen, who doesn’t know boundaries artificial, manmade ones, made between countries, in people’s hearts, minds, emotions and the like, says India Book  of Records. At a time, when the outside world, schools, playgrounds etc are becoming unsafe for children, if a child shows brain ability, development worth commendable is not a small thing at all, feels India Book of Records. A child could be having this as a born talent or one who has come to this world with this natural flair or may have been helped by one’s parents in this regard, but all this is immaterial when it comes to India Book of Records and its Young Achievers records’ category.

Young Achievers category of India Book of Records focuses towards the importance it gives to children and their childhoods in totality. A childhood lost is equal to a major part of humanity lost, feels India Book of Records. India Book of Records under its Young Achievers category categorizes achievers as Youngest Author/Authors, Youngest Fashion Designer, Youngest Artists/Artists and the like.

Children could be crusaders of pollution and environmental degradation, concerning a number of events conducted in their respective educational institutions, where children are taught to be friendly towards environment, its flora and fauna and fight pollution with their small, iron hands at their own ends, says India Book of Records. Education should not be a burden but fun, enjoyment and play for children, stresses on India Book of Records, for them to come up with flying colours in it.

India Book of Records not just believes in education of children, but good mental, physical, psychological, overall development of the coming futures, who India Book of Records says should not lack out on nutritious, wholesome food, lacking in which can make them weak and force them to lose out on their studies, play, extracurricular activities in their educational institutions to the pathetic maximum.

FASTEST MATHEMATICAL CALCULATIONS

FASTEST MATHEMATICAL CALCULATIONS

FASTEST MATHEMATICAL CALCULATIONS

Tejasri Relangi (born on February 2, 2005) of Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, performed fastest mathematical calculation which includes 20 multiplication sums (3 digit X 3 digit) in 4 minutes 54 seconds, 20 division sums (4 digit / 2 digit) in 8 minutes 47 seconds, 4 additions (9 digit – 10 rows) in 3 minutes 53 seconds and individual multiplication sum of 3 digit x 3 digit in just 9 seconds. She performed this unique memory feat in an event conducted by WonderKidz Arithmetika on June 9, 2012 at Press Club, Basheerbagh, Hyderabad.

YOUNGEST HORSE RIDER

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Sanskar Rathore (born on October 12, 2008) of Indore, Madhya Pradesh, studying in Kg-I of Indore Public School, is  the youngest horse rider and has been riding horse, since the age of 2 years and 7 months.

YOUNGEST TELEFILM WRITER

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Gayatri Chaganti ( born on May  11, 1997), a young artist from Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, has directed and written the story and screenplay of a 52 minutes Telugu movie ’Tappevaridi’, on the concept of AIDS. The movie was shot for 3 days at Hyderabad and received the ‘U’ certificate ‘from CBFC, Hyderabad.  The movie has also won ‘Vanitha’ short film Appreciation award.

YOUNGEST MUSICIAN ON THE SYNTHESIZER

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Perfect Pitch is a rare ability of identifying musical notes or swaras in music, Mayank Sahu (born on April 25, 1997 ) of Nagpur , Maharashtra has an extraordinary talent to recognize any random combination of musical notations (swaras) and name them without seeing the musical instruments. He identifies staggering 7 musical notes (swaras) simultaneously when played randomly by musical instruments like Piano, synthesizer, guitar, sitar, etc. For example if a musician plays simultaneously any random 7 musical notes (however difficult) like ni, re, dha, pa, re, ni, ma together from musical instrument then after listening to this mixed sound Mayank Sahu will name accurately these 7 notes played and he does it without looking at musical instruments; recognizing notes or swaras is core of music.

YOUNGEST TWIN BROTHERS TO PERFORM WESTERN CLASSICAL MUSIC

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Twin brothers Eash Goyal and Eashan Goyal (Born August 24, 1997) of Chandigarh, Punjab, are the youngest brothers to play western classical music. Eashan plays Western classical Guitar and Eash plays western classical piano and they have passed advanced 6th grade level according to the Associated Board of the Royal School of Music, London in November, 2011.

 

YOUNGEST ROCK GUITARIST

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Eashan Goyal( Born August 24, 1997) of Chandigarh, Punjab, is the youngest Indian guitarist to play western rock music and have also passed his advanced level graded examination in music performance grade 8 guitar from Rockschool, Trinity College, London in October, 2011.

YOUNGEST TO CREATE MOST NUMBER OF GANESHA PAINTINGS

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Nihar Gite (born on December 29, 2006) of Ahmednagar, Maharashtra, transforms letters from English and Marathi alphabets into the shape of God at his childhood. He has a collection of about 500 Ganesha paintings and demonstrated them in his first exhibition at Bal Gandharva Art Gallery, Pune, from August 17, 2011 to August 19, 2011. He started creating these paintings from the age of 11 months.

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Youngest to achieve the Abacus Graduation Certificate

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Tejasri Relangi (born on February 2, 2005), student of Class II, of Moula-Ali, Hyderabad has achieved the Abacus Graduation Certificate at the age of 6 years 8 months from Wonderkidz Arithmetika, Hyderabad on January 1, 2012. She has also demonstrated her skills by giving lectures on Abacus and Mental Arithemetics in 7 different schools in Hyderabad.