This child did such a feat in Rajasthan that everyone was surprised, his name was registered in the Guinness Book, know more

Jodhpur : 10-year-old Prayash Nahta of Jodhpur city has created a record by registering his name in the Guinness Book of World Records. Prayash has created a world record by placing 16 black and 16 white pieces on the chess board in the appropriate places in just 33.60 seconds while blindfolded. The previous world record was 45.72 seconds.

hard work day and night

250 people including Guinness Book representative, two dignitaries, two time keepers were present in the program organized in the auditorium of a private school. A video of this was also made and handed over to the management of Guinness Book of World Records along with other evidence. After which Prayash was given a certificate by Guinness Book of World Records. Prayash’s mother Nikita and father Pratham Nahta said that their son has got success in Guinness Book of World Record only by working hard day and night and making continuous efforts.

Aarav and Aradhana got gold medal

On the other hand, the final match of All India Tennis Association Championship Series 7 was held. 77 players from all over the country participated. In this 7-day tournament, the semi-final was played on Thursday and in the final match on Friday, Aarav Galwa and Aradhana won the gold medal and Rishiraj and Dashamani won the silver medal in singles.