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World Book of Records enlisted 1.9 yrs old Hyderabad boy for his sharp memory

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Aadith Vishwanath Gourishetty, a one year and 9 months old child from Hyderabad, has secured his name in World Book of records and four other record books for his sharp memory skills. He has bagged 5 Records, namely, World Book of Records, India Book of Records, Telugu Book of Records and two more National Records for his extraordinary memory skills.

 

At this young age, Aadith can recognise deities, car logos, colours, all English alphabets, domestic animals, wild animals, professions, body parts, flags, fruits, home appliances, among other things.

 

World Book of Records said, toddler Aadith Vishwanath Gourishetty of Karimnagar (Telangana) India gets honoured for being an extraordinary child with a sharp memory for recognizing objects, along with awe-inspiring memory to recognize countries flags, car logos, pictorial objects, and vehicles from shadows, mapping the professionals with tools, reciting and identifying the alphabets at the age of 1 year 9 months.

 

Snehitha, the toddler’s mother, said, “Aadith’s abilities have not only given him recognition locally, but his name has spread far and wide. Not only has he attained global recognition but also has been certified by the prestigious “World Book of Records”. When children of his age are busy learning nursery rhymes or listening to lullabies, Aadith can identify diverse images of colours, animals, flag, fruits, shapes and electronic home appliances.”

 

Arun Sai Gourishetty, Aadith’s father, said, “We cannot be more proud of our little son’s gargantuan achievements. We believe that every child has uniqueness in him, which has to be nurtured with care and love. Aadith’s upbringing amidst his grandparents, who have always acted as the source of strength and motivation for the family, has helped him to overcome various challenges.”

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