4-YO Veyashini from Chennai creates world record by identifying all flags of Asian countries

A little girl from Chennai, India has made the country proud by achieving something that is out of words. Veyashini, the Chennai girl has surprised everyone by identifying all the flags of the Asian countries without any hiccups.

Veyashini lives in Chennai and this is a unique world record that has taken everyone by surprise. The little girl found it easy to identify the flags of the 49 countries in Asia that were shown to her. Apart from these, she was also able to identify the capital cities of these countries as well.

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After this achievement, her name has been added to the world record. Her feat has made the whole country proud and she is indeed having a huge memory and managing in pretty well.

In the competition, this little girl from Chennai took only 84 seconds to provide the names and capitals of the 49 countries that were shown to her.

The4 year old Veyashini was comfortable while she was mentioning the country name and its capital. The previous record for naming the countries was also held by a 4 year old, but what adds more to Veyashini's achievement is that she was able to identify the countries as well as its capital.

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During the competition where the 4 year old Veyashini was competing, the officials from the Trump World Record were also present at the venue. They were present to note down any records that might be broken during the competition.

The Trump World Record officials were keeping a close eye on Veyashini and they were sure that a world record is going to be broken when this little kid from Chennai starting telling the names of the countries and its capitals in a free flow manner.

The moment she broke the record, the officials from the Trump World Record, honored the girl with a certificate. The small child was really happy about her achievements and this is also very much

by Ricky Tandon | Thu, Aug 08 - 12:01 PM

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