Three-and-a-half-year-old kid creates records for extraordinary memory
It is often said that “Age is just a number.” A three-and-a-half-year-old kid form Punjab’s Ludhiana perfectly exemplifies that statement. This is the story of Kunwarpratap Singh who secured his name in India Book of Records and International Book of Records for his sharpest memory. Alongside, he also got featured in Child Prodigy Magazine.
According to a press note, he was awarded Grandmaster title for recalling 27 monuments in 1 minute and doing 14 multiplication tables in 1 minutes by India book of Records. As for his records in International Book Of Records, he bagged them for being the youngest to recite 1 to 30 tables, fastest to answer capitals of all Indian states in 48 seconds, youngest to read maximum books, 27 books in 23 minutes 48 seconds. In Child Prodigy Magazine, he was selected amongst top 100 from all over India.
A student of Sacred Heart Convent School in Sarabha Nagar, the little one knows much more than that of a student studying in standard fifth. Besides remembering capitals of all the countries around the world, he also knows tables of 1 to 40, prime numbers, and multiples of every number.
He is also a book lover who showcases fluency in his reading and speaking. Kunwarpratap can comfortably pronounce long words and that too with a good reading speed. Other than that, he also amazes people with his ability to do multiplication, subtraction and division orally.
With his eidetic memory, he even remembers the details about the residents of the area where he resides, including their house numbers. He can also recall incidents or conversations that took place over a year ago.