Arpan Sharma achieved the title of “Longest sequence of objects memorized in one minute” on 26 September 2015 (according to his certificate ). He is also called memory king of the world of 2015 and also memory king of Nepal in 2015.
After it, he was preparing for the bigger title than he kept in 2015. Now back in 2021, he has tried to break his opponent’s record as well as his own record of 2015, memorizing 83 words successfully in a minute.
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|Arpan Sharma||Jhapa, Nepal||42||26 September 2015||Guinness Book of World Records|
Arpan Sharma is the memory king of the world in 2015. He has kept a record of 42 objects in one minute.
The program was organized by the Guinness Book of World Records in 2015. He is from Jhapa, Nepal. He won the world record title “Memory King of world 2015 ”.
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Note: The above article is published on the basis of many articles over the web and blogs based in Nepal as well as outside Nepal. The images shown above are also on the basis of the official Facebook page of Arpan Sharma.
Now a hot topic after the controversy of Bijay Shahi, it is also in the frame that Arpan Sharma is also a news matter considering his ability and Record.
Due to the lack of his name on the official site of Guinness World Records, it is a term of confusion and hindrance to belief about his attempts and records.
It is to be notified to all those readers of this post that, we will post all the necessary articles and other facts about his record and him if we get sufficient records and facts about his journey like videos, images, and certificates through this post.
We want to remind readers about the fact that every Nepalese media has covered the news and hope it must come true. It is our glory to have such personality in our country.
- Memorized 42 Objects in a minute in 2015
- applied for 83 objects in a minute record in 2021, according to him and the media
- not memory king of 2020