The World Record Of Longest Time To Hold Dhanushasan Position While Floating In The Water (Youngest Kid) Is Achieved By Chirag Soni On 4 May 2023 In Pataudi, Gurugram, Haryana, India. He Held Himself In Dhanushasan Position While Floating In Water For 1 Minute 17 Seconds And Has Set A Record For The Worldwide Book Of Records.
About world record holder Chirag Soni
Chirag Soni, a young boy from Pataudi, had always been fascinated by the art of yoga and its incredible benefits for the mind and body. He had been practicing yoga since the age of five and was determined to break a world record that no one had attempted before.
Chirag learned about the Dhanushasan position, a difficult yoga pose that requires immense strength, flexibility, and balance. He decided to attempt this pose while floating in water for the longest time ever recorded.
With the support of his family and yoga instructors, Chirag began his intense training regime. He practiced for hours every day in the local pool, pushing himself to hold the Dhanushasan position while floating in the water.
Finally, on May 4th, 2023, Chirag was ready to attempt the world record. A large crowd gathered around him as he calmly floated on his back and took a deep breath. With perfect form, he held himself in the Dhanushasan position for an astonishing 1 minute and 17 seconds.
The crowd erupted into cheers as Chirag emerged from the water with a huge smile on his face. He had achieved something that no other person in the world had ever attempted before.
Chirag's incredible achievement inspired people around the globe to take up yoga and pursue their own dreams and passions with determination and hard work. His name was added to the worldwide book of records as a true champion of both mind and body.