Nepal: Aryan Ranjit, Youngest International Karate Star has been honored by World Book of Records for his matchless contribution in the International Arena representing Nepal. He has proved himself as a young promising athlete with his performance in the IMAS World Kumite Championship at Jaipur, India receiving Gold Medal in the 8-9 Years Category. The certificate was bestowed in presence of President of Guthi Sansthan, Minraj Chaudhary(Chief Guest), Kishan Raj Singh, President(Shuriken Shorkin Ryu Karate Do Association Nepal), Sanjay Ranjit (Chief Trainer, Shuriken Shorkin Ryu Karate Do Association Nepal), Prakash Kunwar (Activist), Lucky Ram KC (Media Person) Journalists and dignitaries from various walks of life. Due to COVID19 it was a small gathering following government protocols. On being honored by World Book of Records, London Aryan Ranjit was congratulated by Shree Virendra Sharma (Member of Parliament, England) Dr. Diwakar Sukul (Chairman, World Book of Records, London), Shri Santosh Shukla (President, World Book of Records), Shri Sagar Katwal (President, World Book of Records, Nepal) and other dignitaries from Nepal and International scenario.