Bhubaneswar, Dec 11: In an extraordinary achievement, Yuvanika, a three-year-old girl from Odisha, has entered the India Book of Records.
Sources said the exceptional abilities of Arvi Yuvanika, a child prodigy who, at the age of three years and three months, can flawlessly recite the names of all 28 states in India along with their capitals. Impressively, she also possesses knowledge of 16 antonyms, names and works of 12 poets, nine slogans of independence, titles of ten books and novels along with their respective authors.
Adding to her list, this child can articulate the names of 12 colors in both English and Odia, the names of 12 months, details about the six seasons, the seven days of the week, 16 nursery rhymes, the 26 English alphabets and their symbols, the seven continents and eight union territories, the names of the nine planets, and the 25 organs of the human body.
The girl can easily remember and recite 20 vegetable names, 30 emergency words in English, numerals and emergency words, the state song of Odisha Bande Utkal Janani, four Sanskrit verses and Hanuman Chalisa and 47 general knowledge questions with ease.
This remarkable memory has helped her achieve the great fete of entering into the India Book of Records which is registered with the Government of India and trusted by millions of Indians.