Tamil Nadu, October 4, 2023.
Talented students from Sree Narayana Mission Senior Secondary School have made headlines with their remarkable artistic achievements. Their dedication, creativity, and messages of environmental preservation, world peace, patriotism, and safety have inspired communities and brought pride to their schools and families. Let’s delve into the extraordinary accomplishments of these young artists and the meaningful stories behind their record-breaking mosaics, earning them recognition from Elite World Records, Asian Records Academy, India Records Academy, and Tamilan Book of Records.
Perathur Arjun Srinivasan, a Grade I-student and a state-level chess player, attempted the “Longest Chess Marathon by a Pre-Schooler” world record, the event lasted 12 impressive hours, during which Arjun played against 101 opponents continuously. This initiative showcased his exceptional talent and dedication at a young age, inspiring young minds worldwide to embrace challenges and strive for excellence. As Arjun embarked on this groundbreaking journey, the world eagerly awaited to witness his extraordinary achievement, rooting for him as he etched his name into the annals of chess history. The event has now been completed, leaving an indelible mark on the chess community.
Dikshita.K, a diligent Class V ‘D’ student, achieved a remarkable feat by reviewing 60 books in 3 hours, earning her the title of ‘Most Books Reviewed in 3 Hours.’ This accomplishment reflects her insatiable thirst for reading and knowledge. It underlines her passion for learning and emphasizes the transformative power of literature in satisfying curiosity and fostering a quest for knowledge among young minds.
VinayakRaam.S, Grade-III student, achieved a record for solving the Most Picture Puzzles in 60 Minutes. He completed an impressive 113 picture puzzles, showcasing early problem-solving skills and exceptional attention to detail. This accomplishment underscores his cognitive abilities and highlights the potential of young minds to excel in puzzles and challenges.
Avighna.V.S, an exceptional L.K.G. student, set a record by recalling 307 sight words in 4 minutes, highlighting her impressive memory and recall talent. This achievement emphasizes the significance of nurturing language skills from a young age, showcasing early cognitive abilities in language acquisition.
Ashok Patel.G, a skilled Class VI ‘C’ student, crafted the Largest Origami Fishes Mosaic, covering 20.98 square meters with 14,000 origami fishes. Over 16 hours to finish the mosaic, he paid tribute to Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam for his October 2023 birthday, incorporating the visionary’s portrait and iconic quotes.
Shrikeshav.R, a talented Class IX ‘B’ student, achieved a remarkable feat by creating the Largest Origami Houses Mosaic. The mosaic, themed “Go Green: Protect, Conserve, Sustain,” comprised an impressive 12,000 origami houses and covered an estimated 18.86 square meters. Shrikeshav completed this artistic endeavour in just 14 hours, showcasing his dedication and creativity.
An extraordinary event transpired as 772 participants united for a sports drill, holding ribbons simultaneously for 4 minutes and 30 seconds, followed by 744 participants performing the drill holding balloons, setting two distinct world records consecutively. Their energy and dedication were awe-inspiring, underscoring their commitment to the Fit India movement. This display of collective vitality not only achieved global milestones but fervently supported the nation’s drive towards a healthier future.
In a remarkable feat promoting the Fit India movement, 757 participants practiced 30 types of yogasanas, showcasing the diversity of yoga styles. Their synchronized practice for 18 minutes and 40 seconds set a world record. Yoga’s vital role in holistic well-being was highlighted, emphasizing its importance in fostering physical, mental, and spiritual health for individuals and communities.
A lively display of talent and unity unfolded as 289 Grade II to Grade IV students participated in a Jazz dance for 4 minutes and 30 seconds, setting a world record. Their performance was not only a celebration of joy but also emphasized the importance of Jazz dance in promoting creativity, rhythm, and self-expression, fostering a vibrant and confident younger generation.
A record-breaking squat challenge witnessed 765 participants displaying outstanding energy and perfection for 4 minutes and 45 seconds. This event emphasized the significance of squats, promoting lower body strength, improved posture, and enhanced overall fitness. Their remarkable performance showcased the importance of regular squats in a fitness routine.
In an impressive display of unity and endurance, 195 participants successfully accomplished the title the Longest Yoga Relay, practicing yoga continuously for an astounding 14 hours. This event showcased their dedication to well-being and highlighted the power of collective effort in promoting a healthier lifestyle through the practice of yoga. The participants’ perseverance underscored the importance of holistic health and discipline.
127 students participated in a 14-hour-long Silambam demonstration relay, showcasing the traditional martial arts of Tamil Nadu. This impressive display emphasized the rich cultural heritage and discipline of the art form, uniting the students in a remarkable showcase of endurance, skill, and dedication to preserving the martial traditions of their region.
Gokulam Gopalan, the President, affirmed, “These achievements testify to the school’s dedication to nurturing talent and fostering a culture of excellence.” He was joined by his esteemed team, including Deepak Devarajan, the Secretary; Vijayan Udayakumar, the Vice President; T.D. Rajan, the Treasurer; and S. Jayalakshmi, the Principal. Their combined dedication and guidance significantly contributed to our students’ remarkable milestones.
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