Nagpur: A teacher of city’s Somalwar School, Ramdaspeth, entered her name in India Book of Records by achieving a unique feat. Rekha Suresh Sardar accomplished the unique feat by singing 153 songs with reverse words. The included in various languages such as Marathi, Hindi, English, Sanskrit, Punjabi, Bengali, Kannad, Assami and Gujarati from a given list of 1500 songs extempore.
Rekha Sardar was awarded a certificate and memento by adjudicators of India Book of Records in a function organised at ‘Utkarsh Hall’ of Vidarbha Hindi Sahitya Sammelan, near Jhansi Rani Square, Sitabuldi on Saturday, December 23, 2017. Rekha sung all the songs in proper rhythm as per the original songs. The adjudicators of India Book of Records were Dr Sunita Dhote, Professor at RCOEM, Nagpur and Dr Manoj.
The chief guests at the function were Corporator Ujwala Bankar, Ramesh Satpute of Killa Vaibhav and Pratibha Kathale, Headmistress of Somalwar School, Ramdaspeth.
Rekha Sardar, commenting on her unique feat of Singing with Reverse Words, credited her two sons for their lion’s share in achieving the feat and entering her name in India Book of Records. She also mentioned father’s blessings, valuable cooperation by host of relatives and friends.