Pune: Two-Year-Old Registered His Name In India Book Of Records

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Pune, 17th April 2023: After correctly identifying five national symbols, two poems, the English alphabet, seven birds, various cars, various parts of the human body, organs, fruits, vegetables, colors, gestures, etc, Shaurya Kamble, a two-year-old boy got his name registered in India Book of Records at this age.


Shaurya’s father is a senior manager in a private company and his mother Sonam is working as a process specialist in a private company. Shaurya’s father Meghan Kamble informed that when he was born, there was a lockdown. Hence, it was not possible to take him outside the house.


“We then started introducing things to him by showing him pictures at home. We also gradually came to understand that he understands things quickly and can even remember them. We started looking at various options to get a suitable platform for this intellectual ability of our son. Then we got to know about the ‘India Book of Records’ and decided to give his name to it,” he added further.


Sonam Kamble, Shaurya’s mother, said, “Parenting is a very delicate but equally intimate subject. It is difficult to keep children away from mobile phones these days when it is said that mobiles are not a necessity but an addiction. Mobile is also the new medium of education in the era of digital learning.”


“Therefore, we have tried to show that good things can be taught by using media properly, through Shaurya. The joint family system is another important topic in parenting. The more people will interact with children, the more they will learn,” informed Kamble.


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