The World Record Of Longest Time To Hold Vajrasana 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 Vajrasana Position While Floating In The Water For
3 Minutes 48 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, Gurugram had always been a determined and hardworking child. One day, he stumbled upon a video of someone holding the Vajrasana position while floating in the water and was immediately intrigued by it. He decided that he wanted to attempt breaking the world record for holding the Vajrasana position while floating in the water.
He began training rigorously for months, building up his strength, stamina and determination. He would wake up at dawn every day and practice holding the Vajrasana position for hours on end. His family and friends were amazed by his dedication and drive.
Finally, the day of the record-breaking attempt arrived. Chirag was nervous but excited as he stepped into the pool. The judges gave him the signal to begin and he slowly lowered himself into the water, maintaining his position in a calm but focused manner.
As the seconds ticked by, Chirag remained unfazed by the pressure or discomfort. He reminded himself of all his hard work and determination that went into preparing for this moment. With sheer willpower and focus, Chirag held himself in the Vajrasana position for 3 minutes and 48 seconds - breaking the world record!
The crowd erupted into applause as Chirag emerged from underwater with a huge smile on his face. He had achieved what many thought was impossible - proving that with dedication, hard work, and belief in oneself anything is achievable.
Chirag's accomplishment was recognized worldwide as he became an inspiration to many young children around the world who were inspired by his achievement to push beyond their limits and reach their own goals no matter how big or small they may be.