Boy in India Book of Records for mnemonic skills

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Published : Dec 3, 2020, 4:55 PM IST

Aryan Shetter

Aryan Shetter, six-year-old developed his mnemonic skills during COVID lockdown and entered the India Book of Records through an online competition.

Hubli: A six-year-old boy from Hubli, Karnataka, Aryan Shetter has developed extraordinary mnemonic skills and he has entered the India Book of Records through a recent online competition.

The prodigy manages to write the antonyms of 185 words with ease, counts numbers in reverse order.

COVID-19 induced lockdown turned out to be a boon for him as his parents could recognise his talent and help him develop it.

The class one student of Chinmaya Vidyalaya has bagged many other prizes in various competitions.

Aryan's parents Kiran Shetter and Nilambika are proud of their son and his father said that each kid has unique talent. It is the parents' responsibility to identify it and help the child in developing those, he added.

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