Bhubaneswar: Two children from Odisha have found a place in the India Book of Records.
A native Mayurbhanj district, two-year-seven-month old Shreyasi Mahanta won recognition for identifying 10 animals, seven food items and seven colours without any mistake. She could also recite all English alphabets and 10 from Odia.
Shreyasi is currently staying with her parents in Delhi.
Similarly, four-year-and-seven-month-old Priyanshu Jena, a resident of Bhubaneswar, made it to the records book by reciting 7 opposite words, sense organs, 9 rhymes, 21 GK questions, days of the week, months, numbers from 1-100. He was also appreciated for solving basic Mathematics; identifying seasons, weathers, 17 animals, 33 action words, 15 vegetables, 15 shapes, 12 animal babies, 10 fruits and 13 colours.