A young Pakistani has broken India’s Guinness World Record. Aman Chatterjee’s Guinness World Record was broken by Daniel Mehsud.
Aman Chatria of India made 37 nine-handed caps in one minute. Daniel, a Pakistani, set the record by completing 43 nine-handed caps in less than a minute.
Daniel has now set a Guinness World Record for the second time. Irfan Mehsud, a Guinness World Record holder who has set 43 records, is his teacher.
He is a pupil of Irfan Mehsud, a Guinness World Record holder who just set a new record for the most push-ups in one minute (43) while holding a 100-pound weight.
Five of Irfan Mehsud’s students were already listed in the Guinness Book of World Records before this. The Irfan Mehsud Club has 51 Guinness World Records to its name.
Aman Chattria, 20, had previously brought glory to Odisha by breaking two world records in one go.
He was admitted into the Guinness Book of World Records for accomplishing the most kip-ups in one minute (47) and the most no-handed kip-ups in one minute (37).
While studying BPharma at HiTech College in Bhubaneswar, Aman pursued his passion and completed a difficult task for which he had been rehearsing for over a year.
He was born in Bolangir and spent his 10th and 12th grades at Kantabanji. After that, he went to Bhubaneswar to complete his education.
In March, Aman, a third-year BPharma student, attempted to break the record but was unable to do so due to a technological fault. He accepted his setback and redoubled his efforts to achieve his goal.