7 records in 7 wonders – Rohit's next feat

The 4-times record holder in the Guinness Book of World Records, Rohit Timilsina, is planning for his next world record.

The new record will be the 7 records in 7 wonders.

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In our recent conversation with Rohit, he told that he is preparing for his next record with hard labor and dedication. In the process, he will also be promoting Nepali songs and dances all over the world. It is expected that his upcoming records in those seven wonders will be culture related music and dances.

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Rohit Timilsina – 4 Guinness world records and his quest for more

COMING SOON – An exclusive interview with Rohit Timilsina, in which he has revealed his future plans

rohit-Timilsina-21-tennis-ball-record 25 years old Nepali, Rohit Timilsina, is renowned by his records in the Guinness Book of World record. Rohit has registered his name in the recrod book by performing various amazing acts. It was not only once or twice, he has four different titles of world record.

Rohit’s records include:

  1. World’s longest continuous handshake for 33 hours 3 minutes (January, 16, 2011)
  2. Record kissing 116 people in one minute (December 21, 2009)
  3. Holding 24 golf balls in one hand for 10 seconds (On 15 May, 2010). This record was equal to the previous record by a Canadian, Guillaume Doyon, on 30 November, 2009.
  4. Holding the most tennis balls (21 balls) in one hand for 14.32 seconds. (On June 14, 2008)

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Mediniprasad Adhikari, oldest person in the world ?

The oldest person in record is Jeanne Calment of France (1875–1997), who died at age 122 years, 164 days. The current oldest person is 120 year-old (Guinness World Records holder).

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If proven, a grandfather in our country might be the oldest person in the world and still alive. Mediniprasad Adhikari, shown in the photo above, claims that he is 132 years old. According to Nagariknews, he is currently sick and is admited to the Teaching Hospital, Maharajgunj, Kathmandu (Photo credits -Sajana Shrestha).