Four-Year-Old From Odisha’s Berhampur Enters India Book Of Records; Know His Talents

Berhampur: We often hear of wonder kids, and Aarav Patnaik Das of Berhampur seems to be one such prodigy. He received appreciation from India Book of Records for sharp memory and multiple talents.

The four year and 4 month old son of Siddhartha Das and Banya Patnaik received the certificate and medals for fill in the blanks, spellings of many words, basic maths; reciting English alphabets in correct as well as reverse order with words at such a tender age.

Born on January 24, 2017, Aarav set the record on May 19, 2021 by reciting more than 30 rhymes, numbers from 1-100 and 100-1;  and answered 30 GK questions. The adjudicators of India Book of Records recorded Aarav’s skills

A student of De Paul School in the city, Aarav’s mother is also a teacher of the same school and they reside in Nilanchal Nagar.

“Aarav has immense interest in study. I don’t force him to study but I always guide him. He does self study for hours with patience and is very fluent in English with good memory power at such a tender age,” said the proud mother.

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1 Comment
  1. DK says

    India book of records is just an organization selling records for fee of INR 8000 – 20000 as per the category.

    They are actually not at all interested in records, their main motto is to extract money from people who desperately wanted to get recognition for their children’s. They have added ‘Appreciation’ category, so any one who applies will get a record under this category. Can you believe there is a record for appreciation ? They should publish their rejection rate to know how difficult it is to get in to IBR.

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