Child Prodigy Miss Aavya Thacker of Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India gets included by World Book of Records - London

Wilhelm Jezler (Chairman, iudex International, Switzerland), Ven. Bhikkhu Sanghasena, Pt. Vishnu Prasad Shukla (Senior BJP Leader), Ms. Poonam Jezler (Switzerland), Shankar Lalwani (Member of Parliament) and other guests presented the certificate

INDORE: Child Prodigy Miss Aavya Thacker of Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India has been included by World Book of Records for the fastest recitation of Shri Hanuman Chalisa in 01 minute and 39 sec at the age of 07 years and 01 month on 18 January 2022. The world's spiritual traditions are rife with stories that attempt to explain it all from how the world came to be to why people do bad things. Using this wealth of literature to introduce children to the idea that different people have different beliefs, myths, and traditions sometimes creates history. Kids are born with an intact spiritual aura that is designed by nature to prepare them for future hurdles. They are inextricably linked to the divine nature, that entails ritual, empathy,dreams, symbolism, and mystical experiences. Though young kids are too naive to realize concepts, they do have other attributes that serve them well in terms of spirituality: they are naturally inquisitive, have no problem believing in things they cannot see, and live almost entirely in the present. Miss Aavya Thacker from Indore, Madhya Pradesh, is one such child who sets a record by chanting the Shri Hanuman Chalisa in 1 minute and 39 seconds.Her astounding talent has been recognised by the London World Book of Records, andshe gets included in the Kids Edition-2022. Aavya was born into a spiritual and religious family. And by introducing spiritual practises to her when she was young, such as lighting a lamp or chanting mantras together, she began to see them as a natural part of life, and she gradually developed a spiritual influence on her before other people did. Her grandfather was interested in spiritual matters. On a daily basis, people chant various mantras at her home. While watching all of this, she became interested in it and realised the significance of spirituality. She began chanting with her family when she was two years old and began catching up quickly. Parents with the best intentions and unwavering commitment want their children to reach their full potential, so they look for their children's areas of aptitude and natural strength so that they can actively support them. Aavya, as an obedient child, is interested in spirituality as well as academics. She enjoys learning languages such as French. Her favourite activities include skating and cycling. During the parents-teachers meeting, her mother receives the perfect response. Her friends on Whatsapp are treated to story narration and dance performances. She enjoys playing the piano and performed one for the Covid Warriors. She has a YouTube channel. In 2020, she won first place in poetry in a Gwalior-based organisation.During her leisure time, she enjoys arts and crafts such as drawing and colouration. She has even won national storytelling competitions for tigers. The World Book of Records honoured her mother and her younger sister. Her parents are getting her ready for the next record.

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