City boy enters India Book of Records

City boy enters India Book of Records

December 28, 2022

Mysore/Mysuru: Mohammed Hasen Khan, a 4th standard student of Presentation Public School, Mysuru, has entered India Book of Records for reciting the maximum number of speeches.

He recited 35 speeches on different topics (32 in English, 2 in Kannada and 1 in Hindi) including social and public awareness, Teacher’s Day, Environment Day, Water Pollution, National Education Day, Children’s Day and Tribute to Soldiers at the age of 9 years, 3 months and 17 days, as confirmed on Oct. 11, 2022.

Born on June 24, 2013, he is also a National Champion in Muay Thai and has won medals at State Championships.

Mohammed Hasen Khan is the son of Ajaj ulla Khan, a businessman and Farheen Khan, a home-maker, residents of Rajeevnagar 2nd Stage in city.


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