Tamil Nadu, October 4, 2023.
Sree Narayana Mission Senior Secondary School in Chennai celebrates its fourth day of the talent festival, showcasing an array of exceptional achievements that bridge academic excellence with record-breaking feats. The festival highlights students’ extraordinary talents, illustrating their ability to surpass limits and gain recognition on a global platform. Acknowledged by esteemed record-keeping organizations such as Elite World Records, Asian Records Academy, India Records Academy, and Tamilan Book of Records, these accomplishments underscore their dedication and determination.
“Shrinidhi.R, Grade XI student, set a remarkable world record for the ‘Longest Veena Concert.’ She showcased her musical prowess and dedication by performing continuously for an extraordinary 12-hour veena concert. This achievement not only celebrated her commitment to this art form but also highlighted the potential of young musicians in preserving classical music traditions, leaving an indelible mark on the realm of classical music.”
- Nachiappan of Grade-IX made history by achieving a world record for the ‘Most Times Pyraminx Solved in 2 Hours’,in an astounding display of skill and determination, he solved the Pyraminx puzzle an impressive 415 times within the span of two hours. Nachiappan’s remarkable achievement showcases his dedication and mastery in the world of speed cubing, earning him a well-deserved place in the record books.
Vedswarup.P, Grade-VI student, achieved a remarkable feat – the ‘Longest Slokas Recitation Marathon,’ chanting slokas for 12 consecutive hours. His devotion and spiritual dedication shone through as he recited a variety of slokas in Sanskrit and Tamil including Shasti Kavasam to Bhagavad Gita, highlighting the importance of preserving ancient scriptures, invoking divine energy and spiritual strength. This accomplishment not only highlighted his commitment but also emphasized the importance of preserving ancient scriptures and the power of spiritual practice in nurturing young minds.
Maanvika Manojikumar, L.KG ‘A’ student, achieved a remarkable feat by setting a world record for ‘Most Short Stories Narrated by a Pre-Schooler in 30 Minutes.’ Within the given timeframe, she eloquently narrated 32 stories, each enriched with a valuable moral. Maanvika’s exceptional storytelling skills and creativity were on full display during this feat. Her achievement not only underscored her early communication abilities but also showcased the captivating power of young minds through storytelling.
Harish Kharthik.S, a Grade-I student, set a world record by identifying 221 modes of transport through digital images in 4 minutes. His exceptional memory and recall skills showcased the incredible potential of young minds to swiftly comprehend diverse concepts, emphasizing cognitive aptitude in early education.
419 students from Grade IV to Grade IX united for a foot-powered balloon-popping challenge, highlighting stress management, unity, teamwork, and joy, amplifying well-being and fostering a lively, united atmosphere.
545 participants joined to set a record in simultaneous Sudoku solving. This event emphasized Sudoku’s role in enhancing critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Sudoku serves as more than just a game—it’s a mental workout promoting logical reasoning, pattern recognition, and strategic thinking. Engaging regularly with Sudoku sharpens the mind, improves memory, and fosters patience and perseverance, showcasing its potential to enhance individual talents and intellectual growth.
212 individuals collaborated, writing blog titled ‘Impact of COVID in School Education.’ Adhering to Elite World Record Authorities’ guidelines, 89 participants successfully drafted and published a blog, meeting specified requirements. The event emphasized COVID-19’s educational impact, urging dialogue and awareness. Diverse perspectives highlighted challenges and solutions, aiming for a better educational future post-pandemic. This initiative achieved a record for while fostering understanding and collaboration to address pandemic-induced educational challenges.
773 students participated in a groundbreaking aerobics session, setting a world record for ‘Most Participants in an Aerobics Session’. This event emphasized the vital role of aerobics in enhancing cardiovascular health, stamina, and overall fitness. It also highlighted its stress-relieving benefits and positive impact on concentration.
S.Haricharan, Class-X student, set a world record for ‘Most Origami Hearts Made in 2 Hours.’ His origami finesse showcased precision and creativity. Each delicately folded heart was a testament to his dedication. They symbolized hope, love, and a call for unity. Haricharan’s achievement underscored the potential of small actions to collectively inspire a more peaceful world.
- Thanusha, a diligent Grade-XI student, set a world record by crafting 557 origami houses in 3 hours, showcasing unmatched precision and creativity. Each delicate structure stood as a testament to her remarkable skills and dedication, deserving applause for this impressive feat.
A record-breaking hip hop dance performance featured students 410 from Grade 4 to Grade VIII, captivating for 4 minutes and 30 seconds. The synchronized display showcased unity, talent, and youthful energy, emphasizing the power of collective effort in achieving remarkable feats and fostering a vibrant, inclusive atmosphere.
These remarkable achievements stand as a testament to the school’s steadfast commitment to nurturing talent and cultivating a culture of excellence,” affirmed Gokulam Gopalan, the President. He was joined by his distinguished team, including Deepak Devarajan, the Secretary; Vijayan Udayakumar, the Vice President; T.D. Rajan, the Treasurer; and S. Jayalakshmi, the Principal. Their collective dedication and guidance have played a pivotal role in propelling our students towards these extraordinary milestones.
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