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Little girl from Assam gets her name inscribed in the India Book of Records

  by NEWSNER , 2021-08-02 12:57:04


Little girl from Assam gets her name inscribed in the India Book of Records

 

Abdhija Baishya, a five-year-old girl from Bajali, has engraved her name in the India Book of Records by proficiently reciting the national anthems of several countries.

 

Pori Kakali and Lohit Baishya of Pathsala town have a daughter named Abdhija. She attends Assam Valley School in Sonitpur district and is a UKG student. At the age of five, she memorised the national anthems of India, Nepal, Canada, and Australia, as well as their adoption dates and national symbols, including 9 for India, 5 for Nepal, 7 for Canada, and 8 for Australia, as confirmed on June 30, 2021.

 

The name of the small girl has been included into the India Book of Records, recognising her efforts.

 

Locals have also praised and applauded the tiny one for her accomplishments.

 

Source:  https://www.sentinelassam.com/north-east-india-news/assam-news/five-year-girl-of-bajali-district-feat-recorded-in-india-book-of-records-548954

https://assamtribune.com/assam/5-year-old-assam-girl-abdhija-baishya-in-india-book-of-records-1111643