CG Girl Registers Name in Indian Book of Records

Story Highlights
  • 4.5 year old girl from CG wins title in Indian book of records.
  • The girl spinned the Hola Hooper for 130 times in a minute.
  • The Indian Book of Records is the custodian of records created by citizens.

Raipur: Tvisha Goyal, a 4.5 years old CG girl won the exclusive title for Hola Hooping in the Indian book of records. The young girl made a record spinning the Hola Hooper for 130 times in a minute.

Tvisha Goyal is a student of PP1 from Jack and Jill School. Proud parents of the youn girl give the credits of her achievment to her coach.

Another record in Hoola Hooping was set by Hashvetha P S, a 7 year girl from Tiruvallur, Tamil Nadu. Hashveta created a record for being the fastest to recite all Indian states with capitals while performing hula hoops in knee down position. She recited all 28 Indian states with their respective capitals while performing 83 hula hoop spins in kneel down position in 43 seconds.

The India Book of Records since 2006 has been the undisputed curator and the custodian of Indian Records. Every year Top 50 India Book of Record holders, records are placed in the ‘World Records Museum’ in Jakarta, Indonesia. Besides, every year, India Book of Records holders get nominated fo Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Bal Puraskar Award and are facilitated; at the event of the Republic Day Parade.

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