Yoga is one of the most popular things that is associated with India and foreigners and western countries have taken to it the way a fish does to water. It is one of the best exercises to strengthen your body as well as regulate your system and helps ward off many lifestyle diseases. Now we celebrate International Yoga Day as well and somebody or the other always advises you to do yoga no matter what ailment you are suffering from. However, a mother of a three-year-old is employing yoga to fulfill her dream of achieving a big milestone in life. Kavitha Bharanidaran, a Chennai resident wanted to establish a Guinness World Record of doing yoga continuously for 5 days. She has already surpassed the previous record of 103 hours and is now on the verge of creating a Guinness World Record for performing yoga continously for more than 105 hours.Also Read - Video: UK Man Visits 51 Pubs in 9 Hours, Claims to Have Set New Guinness World Record | Watch
She started doing Yoga continuously from 7 am on December 23, 2017, and is planning to stop only on December 30, 2017. She has been doing yoga continuously for more than 103 hours and has already broken the previous record.
Kavitha Bharanidaran takes a break of about 5 minutes every hour and can easily manage a number of difficult yoga poses. According to Times of India, Kavitha Bharanidaran wanted to break the record previously held by Pradnya Patil who had set a Guinness World Record of 103 hours of doing Yoga marathon. She achieved this feat on June 20, 2017. Kavitha Bharanidaran’s husband is her yoga teacher who is very proud of her achievement. Guinness World Record: Indian Martial Arts Master Wins Title For Most Walnuts Crushed By Hand Also Read - Egg-Cellent! Man Sets Guinness World Record by Balancing a Whopping 735 Eggs On His Hat | Watch
Watch her perform yoga here:
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Kavitha Bharanidaran has already broken the previous record and claimed the Guinness Book of World Record by performing yoga for more than 103 hours but with her new record when she finally stops tomorrow on December 30, 2017, it will be practically unbeatable. Kavitha Bharanidaran’s dedication, determination and grit is truly remarkable and inspiring.