For fastest recitation of Hanuman Chalisa in 01 minute and 58 seconds at the age of 06 years 10 months and 07 days.
Gumla (Jharkhand): Child Prodigy Miss Aarohi Khandelwal C/O Mr. Rupesh Khandelwal of Gumla, Jharkhand, India has been included by World Book of Records, London for fastest recitation of Hanuman Chalisa in 01 minute and 58 seconds at the age of 06 years 10 months and 07 days on 16 October 2021.The record Certificate was presented to Miss Aarohi Khandelwal by Mr. Shishir Kumar Sinha, District Collector, Gumla (Jharkhand) India. This was informed by Shri Santosh Shukla, Supreme Court; Advocate (President, World Book of Records). The best thing about learning is that neither it has age constraint, nor is this restricted by any subject. In this rat race thinking out of the box is a concept which exists just for the sake of it. In a world where brilliance is measured with shining mark-sheets, little Aarohi has set a unique record. Aarohi who is 7 years old now, has set a world record of reciting the Hanuman Chalisa at the fastest speed of just 1 minute 58 seconds at the age of just 6 years and 10 months. Hailing from a very small town in Jhakhand, Aarohi has never hesitated in learning new things and has kept her brilliance intact in academics as well. World Book of Records, London appreciates her dedication and patience and includes her in its Kids edition-2021. Aarohi's story began at the age of just 4 years, where her granny had taught her various bhajans and that is how little Aarohi got the hang of spirituality. She has always been a winner in any speech or storytelling competition and has always done well. Aarohi by-hearted the Hanuman Chalisa at the age of 4 and then she took some gap. Aarohi's photographic memory was doing wonders in her academics and also in her spiritual learnings. Her parents noticed her brilliant memory and her inclination towards Hanuman Chalisa and began boosting her confidence. She kept on practicing to reduce the recital time and thus finally made the fastest recital in the world in just 1 minute 58 seconds. Her favourite subject is science and maths and she has also taken part in Maths olympiad (IMO) and aims to become an IAS officer in future to serve the nation. Aarohi is good at oration and had also given speech on Mahatma Gandhi ji and it was appreciated like anything. This is not it. Aarohi has never kept herself limited to studies and spirituality. She also loves to play badminton and does cycling, drawing and painting and has won many accolades in these. She also loves dancing and keeps practising. Aarohi has broken all stereotypes and despite hailing from a small town, she has always dreamt big and has proven her mettle.