From human calculator to flag identification, meet the genius children of 2021

India Book of Records has released its latest book showcasing the achievements of several Indians in 2021. From hundreds of applications, it has selected some talent that has proven its worth this year.

“These record holders inspire us and provide us with new information at India Book of Records on what all human potential is truly capable of. We have an illustrious team of record book editors from seven nations, Vietnam, Malaysia, the United States, Nepal, Indonesia, Bangladesh and Thailand, as members of its board of directors. administration, ”IBR said. Here is a list of record holders:

The toddler identifies shapes, countries, colors, etc.

Born on December 6, 2019 in Pune, Maharashtra, Aaradhya is appreciated for identifying 12 shapes, 15 flag countries, 3 seasons, 20 body parts, English alphabet, 7 wonders of the world, 15 sports, 23 professionals, 15 colors, 10 fighters of freedom, 12 vis-à-vis pictures and 22 action words, 12 school articles and 17 festivals at the age of 1 year and 10 months, as confirmed on October 21.

The child identifies states, planets, etc.

Kushmitha Veeranna N, born November 25, 2018 in Hassan, Karnataka was selected for having identified 10 shapes, 12 fruits, 7 tools, 17 vegetables, 7 colors, the flags of 12 countries, 12 community aids, parts of a computer , 36 animals, 10 body parts, 10 Tirthankaras; matching issues; recite 16 national symbols, capitals of 28 Indian states, 8 planets, 7 continents, 6 rhymes, numbers from 1 to 20, days of the week and months of a year in English and Kannada at age 2 and 10 month, as confirmed on October 23.

3 years identifies the maximum number of indicators

The record for identifying the maximum number of country flags in one minute was set by Sadhana, born February 28, 2018 in Koppal, Karnataka. She identified 55 country flags at the age of 3 years, 7 months and 25 days, as confirmed on October 23.

Adwita Amit Kamle recites the names of the books of the Bible

Adwita Amit Kamle, born January 31, 2012, in Sangli, Maharashtra, is popular for reciting the names of the books of the Holy Bible. She recited the names of 66 books (39 Old Testament and 27 New Testament) in 40 seconds and 14 milliseconds at the age of 9 years and 9 months, as confirmed on November 15.

Geography engineering at 2 years

Jane Catherina (born December 7, 2018) from Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu was selected by IBR to recite the days of the week, the months of a year, Uyireluthukkal in Tamil, 8 planets, 5 oceans, numbers from 1 to 20, 12 national symbols, capitals of all Indian states; identifying the English alphabet with words, 21 birds, 24 flowers, 32 musical instruments, 24 colors, 22 objects, 32 fruits and 15 insects at the age of 2 years and 10 months, as confirmed on November 6.

Amit Sawlani aka Human Calculator

The record of being a human calculator was set by Amit Sawlani, born June 21, 1998 in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. He made several expensive and obscure calculations with precision in a minimum of time. It calculated the array of any 2-digit number in at least 3.16 seconds, the array of any 3-digit number in 3.78 seconds, and simultaneous arrays of 25 different 2-digit numbers in 2 minutes, 54 seconds and 15 milliseconds, faster than a calculator, at the Indian Institute of Management, Amritsar, Punjab, on November 13.

A Sree Dharshini and a Padmavathi for the longest handshake that lasted over 72 hours

Dharshini, born (July 8, 2004) and Padmavathi (born April 3, 1979) from Tamil Nadu, India set a record for the longest handshake. They started the handshake at 11:02 a.m. on September 22, played it for 72 hours and 4 minutes, and finished it at 11:10 a.m. on September 25 in Nagarathar Sangam, Karur, Tamil Nadu.

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