India Book of Records supports talent and daring acts : India Book of Records (IBR), the record-keeper of the nation based in Delhi NCR, has been consistently promoting daring acts while supporting talent. Several activities were registered as records in the past few weeks. Some of these even got a mention in ABR, an associated publication.
Those individuals and organizations that rose to the level of fame by setting a mark in their respective fields, included Nagaraj B, MS Dhoni Global School, Wizdom Tree Kidz School, Jainthan Francis, Geeta Dharma Mandal, Aarogya Peeth, Aacharya Ram Gopal Dixit, Dr. Kirme Shankar Narayan, Vedh Acting Academy, Rotary Club of Mumbai Bhandup, and Devakshi Grace Mukherjee.
According to an IBR statement, Nagaraj B of Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu gave the longest financial lecture for 24 hours to assembled students and via YouTube LIVE on various topics. MS Dhoni Global School, Bengaluru, Karnataka, set a record by running 297 projects under the theme of 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations during the MSD EduCarnival Expo 24. The Wizdom Tree Kidz School of Pollachi, Coimbatore set the record for the maximum number of kids participating in the innovation of a smart bin.
The record for writing ‘I love you’ 1000,200 times to celebrate his daughter’s first birthday was set by Jainthan Francis, a doting father from Secunderabad. Geeta Dharma Mandal of Maharashtra, set the record for 10,697 people reciting Bhagavad Gita at a single venue. The record for the maximum number of neurotherapists treating patients together at a single venue was set by Aarogya Peeth, Delhi, during the Wellness Neurotherapy Global Summit organized by Aacharya Ram Gopal Dixit. Dr. Kirme Shankar Narayan of Chandrapur, Maharashtra set the record for the maximum number of people treated by ayurvedic hair regrowth medicine.
The record for the maximum number of students performed in a drama was set by Vedh Acting Academy of Dombivli, Thane, in association with Shree Mudra Kala Niketan, and it was produced by Apurva Productions. The record for making the tallest cardboard Christmas tree was set by the Rotary Club of Mumbai Bhandup, Maharashtra. Devakshi Grace Mukherjee (12) from Mudhol, Karnataka, signed an agreement with Save the Children (Bal Raksha Bharat) and undertook the Sandakphu-Phalut Trek in the Himalayas at a height of 14,000 feet covering 84 km uphill along with her father and completed the trek in 10 days and raised Rs 8,30,000.