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Special Talents

Special Talents

Want to become famous ? Want to show your talent to the world ?

In this country of over a billion people, there resides some extraordinary talent. We provide a platform to such talented people to come and display their extraordinary works.

Do you feel you are someone special ? If you have things to display or you have things you can do better than most of the others, go ahead and share your photos, video, audio with us.

ENTRY: Free Entry
WINNERS ARE: Judged & Voted
ELIGIBILITY: Open to all

Sehajdeep Singh Kohli (born on July 24, 2007) of Vikas Puri, Delhi, was fastest to recognize the names of most states and neighboring countries of India from the outline of the Indian flag within 50 seconds, on February 27, 2013, at Record Breakers’ Festival, at Indira Gandhi Kala Kendra, Noida, UP.
A flexible five-year-old from Maharastra in Indian has whizzed her way into the record books after setting a new benchmark for the farthest distance limbo skating under cars.Kindergarten student Shreeya Rakesh Deshpande skated under 27 cars, covering a whopping distance of 48.2 metres (158ft 2in) during a successful world record attempt last week in Kolhapur.
Master Truptraj Pandya (born on October 23, 2006) is the youngest tabla performer of India having given his first public performance at the age of 2 years, 2 months and 11 days, at Somaiya College – Vidyavihar, Mumbai, on January 18, 2009. He has also performed on All India Radio on November 15, 2009. He was felicitated for his achievement on February 27, 2013, at Record Breakers Festival, at Indira Gandhi Kala Kendra, Noida, UP.
Priyanshi Somani, widely known as a mental calculator, performs mathematical calculations faster than an electronic calculator. She has incredible ability to create mathematical puzzles and competitive games in mind to stay occupied and creative. Playing with numbers is fun for her and this approach towards mathematics has given her a completely distinctive ability to accomplish any arithmetical calculations within some minutes. Priyanshi Somani has received several awards and titles including the youngest participant and winner of the Mental Calculation World Cup 2010.
Ajay Puri (born on September 12, 1996) of Hyderabad, at 5 years of age has passed Microsoft Office User Specialist certification exam with 98% marks to become the Youngest Microsoft Certified Office User Specialist. Bill Gates the software giant Microsoft Chairman has given him the website http://www.microsoftkid.com/. You can read more about him there. Ajay started using computer since age of one & a half years. Ajay can use with ease Microsoft products like Word 2000, Excel 2000, Powerpoint 2000 , Outlook Express, Internet Explorer, FrontPage 2000, Access Database.
Sai 'Psychuck' Manapragada, fast-fingered composer made his way into the record books, after smashing the previous best for the 'most piano key hits in one minute.'
Manapragada's performance racked up a total of 669 key hits, beating the previous record of 498 that was achieved by Hungarian Balazs in November 2009 at Budapest. The record was recorded by a video camera attached to the piano and played back in slow motion to enable an adjudicator from Guinness World Records to determine the exact number of times the middle C key was struck.
In November 2006, Kishan Srikanth was recognised by the Guinness Book of Records as the youngest person to direct a professional feature film. He replaces Sydney Ling, who was thirteen in 1973 when he directed the Dutch film Lex the Wonderdog.
Virender Mehta has earned the reputation of “World Record Holder in Memory” awarded by the most prestigious book LIMCA BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS for memorizing 80,000 words from Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary with page nos. He is a postgraduate in Computer Sciences and Engineering and is an Asstt. Professor at NCCE. His talent is acknowledged and admired globally.
Manjit Singh 57 year-old called the "Ironman", holds more than 30 world records including pulling a double decker bus with his hair, lifting 85 kg with his ears, and of course, pulling a Jet also with his ears! On April 2007, Ironman pulled the aircraft -weighting approximately 7.4 tonnes- 12ft along the apron at East Midlands Airport, UK.
Speaking after the record attempt, he said: "I don't feel too bad, I have a little bit of pain around the ears but I'm ok." The attempt raised money for his charity Manjit Fitness, which aims to get children living in his native Mahilpur, India involved in sport.
Jyothi Surekha Vennam (born on July 3, 1996) of Vijaywada, A.P., secured the first position and won the title of junior, sub-junior and senior cadet in the 4-day compound individual women’s championship, which was organised at JRD Tata Sports Complex in Jamshedpur, in January 2012. She was felicitated by India Book of Records for her achievement, on February 27, 2013, at Record Breakers’ Festival, at Indira Gandhi Kala Kendra, Noida, U.P.
Sanskar Rathore (born on October 12, 2008) of Indore, Madhya Pradesh, studying in Kg-I of Indore Public School, is the youngest horse rider and has been riding horse, since the age of 2 years and 7 months.
A child identifying more than 200 national flags in a jiffy, sounds weird but is absolutely true. KL Dheeraj has broken his own records and is training himself for the Guinness Book of World Records at the age of 2 years 9 months.
Uma Jayakumar, from Bangalore (India), can do over 60 hairstyles in a minute and she can even do it with her eyes closed. She takes just 30 seconds for draping a sari and another 30 seconds for a full bridal make-up.
Sanjay Chakraborty (born on April 2, 1968), an advertising professional, from Ahmedabad, Gujarat, conducted lectures in 42 different management institutions, out of which 2 were given in Pune and rest in Gujarat, since 1999. He gave lectures on various management issues including Brand Promotion, Advertising and Marketing and also gave motivational speech to enhance the moral of the students.
Panckaj Garg (born on July 22, 1973), of Jaipur, Rajasthan, has been recognized as the founder of a Private University, Jayoti VidyaPeeth Women’s University, Jaipur, under the act of 2008, established by the State Legislative of Rajasthan. The University received the notification on April 21, 2008, and holds all the rights according to the statutory norms.
Kalamandalam Hemaletha (India), performed the Mohiniyattam (Mohiniyattam is a classical dance form from India) continuously for 123 hours and 15 minutes, starting at 11:30 pm on September 20 and concluding at 2:45 am September 26, 2010, at the Kerala Sangeetha Nadaka Academy in Thrissur, Kerala (India).
This is a rarest of rare talents. A 3 year old kid who cannot even speak words properly can amaze you with his talent as a drummer, a skill set mastered since the age of a year and a half. This is the story of Anshuman Nandi who is now all set to make it big. 3-year-old Anshuman Nandi first picked up drumsticks when he was all of nine months. You would think that his talent and expertise can outsmart a pro
Aditya Goel (born on March 11, 1995) of New Delhi has become the pilot at the age of 16 years, (the normal age is 18 years) when he received the Student Pilot’s License (License No. – CA/59/2011) on May 10, 2011. He has also received Flight Radio Telephone Operator’s License (FRTOL No.-5506) issued by the Govt. of India on June 10, 2011 after the successful completion of interviews and medical checkup conducted by Govt.of India.
Moin M. Junnedi (born on November 20, 1998), of Tilakwadi, Belgaum, is the youngest swimmer to have done swimming in spite of suffering from a locomotive disorder, by swimming for about 200 meters and also floating for continuous one hour(starting from 5:30pm to 6:30pm). He participated at the 10th Paralympic Swimming Championship for disabled, held at Kolkata on October 9, 2009 and won 2 gold medals and also won 1 gold medal at Bellary National Meet, on July 9, 2010. He is suffering from osteogenesis and has 200 fractures till date.
Sufyan Shaikh (born on July 11, 1990) of Ahmedabad, Gujarat, is the first person to have swum across the 10 famous seas across the globe, including Persian Gulf, Arabian Sea, North Sea, Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, Mediterranean Sea, Adriatic Sea and Indian Ocean, within the duration of 3 years, 6 months and 10 days, starting from March 10, 2004 to October 28, 2007. He performed 10th swim in the East China Sea in 2011 World Aquatic championship held in China.