Akshar Yoga Research & Development Bengaluru, Karnataka gets adjudicated by World Book of Records for most people (250) holding Chakrasana/ Wheel Pose simultaneously for 60 seconds

Akshar Yoga Research & Development Bengaluru, Karnataka gets adjudicated by World Book of Records for most people (250) holding Chakrasana/ Wheel Pose simultaneously for 60 seconds

Akshar Yoga Research & Development at Padukone-Dravid Centre for Sports Excellence Bengaluru, Karnataka gets adjudicated by World Book of Records for most people (250) holding Chakrasana/ Wheel Pose simultaneously for 60 seconds at Padukone-Dravid Centre for Sports Excellence, Bengaluru (Karnataka) India on 27th August 2022. The record certificate was bestowed to Mahayogi Akshar Nath (Founder, Akshar Yoga Research & Development Centre, Bengaluru) by Ms. Shikha Sharma, an official of World Book of Records. On being recognized by World Book of Records, Mahayogi Akshar Nath was congratulated by Mr. Wilhelm Jezler (Head of Europe, World Book of Records), Barrister Santosh Shukla (CEO, World Book of Records), and other dignitaries from international scenario.
 

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