A teenage girl from Maharashtra’s Latur broke the previous record of 126 hours established by a Nepalese dancer by dancing for five consecutive days, a total of 127 hours. Srushti began her effort on May 29 at her college’s auditorium and proceeded until the afternoon of June 3, basically dancing for five consecutive days to achieve the world record. Srushti slept for a whole day after breaking the record.
GWR Official Adjudicator Swapnil Dangarikar praised her incredible feat, saying, “There were moments when she was too tired, but her parents were by her side the entire time, spraying her face with water to keep her fresh.” Overall, an outstanding performance.”
Srushti spoke about her great achievement, saying she wanted to break the record since it was her “dream to represent India through dance.”
“I wanted to promote our Indian culture,” the 16-year-old told GWR.
Srushti, who was educated in classical Indian dance by her grandpa, Baban Mane, prepared for the record attempt for 15 months, according to Guinness World Records.
“Mane also taught her Yoga Nidra, a type of guided meditation also known as ‘yogic sleep’ that activates delta brainwaves associated with healing and restoring the body during deep sleep – while awake,” according to GWR.