Master Nayan Lunia, Child Prodigy of Bikaner, Rajasthan, 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 Master Nayan Lunia of Deshnoke, Bikaner, Rajasthan, India has been included by World Book of Records for fastest recitation of 165 rivers names within 1 minute and 50 seconds on 29 January 2022. Adaptive networks abound in nature, with topologies that evolve in lockstep with activity due to their function. The brain is a good example of a system that develops a dynamic complex network by generating and pruning synaptic contacts between neurons as memories are accumulated and centralised. With all of the technological advancements, Master Nayan from Deshnoke, Rajasthan, India was raised with a desire to learn and gain memory power. He was able to memorise the names of 195 countries, as well as the names of presidents and prime ministers in just 14 minutes, at the age of six. The World Book of Records in London has recognised his outstanding talent, and he gets included in the Kids Edition-2021. When his mother showed him flash cards with flags and country names, Nayan began showing all of his signs towards photographic memories by learning and memorising the names at the age of two. She began gradually and strategically with the names of capitals, countries, languages, and national animals, based on his learning interests. He even expressed an interest in learning and memorising the names of 165 rivers, national flags, Bharath Ratnas, prime ministers, and presidents. He is not only good at memorising these names, but also in academics. With the rise of e-learning, where teaching is done remotely and on digital platforms, education has changed dramatically. Pandemic was a boon in Nayan's life, allowing him to improve his academics through e-learning. Math and puzzles are his favourites. His ambition is to become an IAS officer, but he is also interested in research and would like to work as a scientist. He enjoys playing badminton and chess. Nayan is a self-disciplined and obedient young man who follows his mother's orders to the letter. His abilities are limitless, and he has begun to forge his own path. He can even recite the names of every country on the planet. For his upcoming record, Nayan has been learning and memorising 195 national animals and national games.

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