Mathura girl gets name etched in Guinness Book of World Records, know why?
Los Angeles : A 19-year-old girl from Mathura district of Uttar Pradesh has created a new Guinness world record in her name for an impossible achievement.
The girl Prerna Sharma has memorised 500 random numbers within a time period of 8 minutes 33 seconds.
Yes, today she is famous as ‘The Memory Girl’, and has become the first India girl to get her name enrolled in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Her feat became world known after she appeared for a test in GLA University on Wednesday.
Previously, the record was held by Lance Tschirhart of the United States of America of remembering 300 words.
A simple girl from Mathura, Prerna has already proved her mental prowess and capability by getting her named etched in the Limca Book of Records, the Asia and India Book of Records.
No need to tell you that she has a photographic memory for numbers and can memorise hundreds of numbers in just seconds.
Her ambition is to become an IAS officer and is highly inspired by her mother. Currently, she is studying Bachelors of Science at BSA College, Mathura.