Two-Year-Old Girl Knows All The Capitals Of Indian States And It Is Amazing

We all have studied and tried remembering Mathematics formula, Indian states and their capital, tables and much more in our school days. However, now we hardly remember all of the things I mentioned earlier.

But here’s a two-year-old baby girl who will leave you shocked with her memory. She is two years and two months old but remembers each and every state’s capital. Yes, you heard it right! Name an Indian state and she knows its capital by heart. Sounds a bit impossible right? But it is true.

Amayra Gulati hails from Haryana's Panchkula, who has recently set a record on World Records India as the youngest child to recite the names of all Indian states in a minute and it is simply loaded with cuteness.

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It is very interesting to note that her mother started teaching her the names when she was just seven months old and by the time she turned 2, she learnt it all by heart.

At a young age, Amayra has won many prizes in competitions held in her city and around.

Furthermore, apart from this knowledge, Amayra’s mother has also taught her Gayatri mantra and Maha Mritunjay mantra and she can sing it without any mistakes.

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The little girl’s parents are proud of Amayra’s achievement as she has a really sharp memory at a very young age.

Her mother Urvashi Gulati who taught her the capital cities said, "I observed that she is a gifted with shape memory and ability to learn quickly."

Her father Rahul Gulati said, “I want her to participate in competitions in future and also wish to see her on television shows.”

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Kids like Amayra are truly a blessing to their parents and every parent wishes to have such an intelligent child. Amayra is truly a star and will definitely compete at the national level in future and also make a number of records thereby making her parents and our country proud with her achievements.

What are your thoughts on this? Tell us in comments.

by Vijay Singh | Thu, Jul 12 - 01:04 PM

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