Nabal Pajiyar achieved the title of “Longest sequence of objects memorized in one minute” back in 2020. After Arpan Sharma’s record of 2015, a Nepalese Nabal Pajiyar keeps the record of memorising 54 objects successfully in a minute.
Longest sequence of objects memorized in one minute
According to Guinness World Records Website, The longest sequence of objects memorised in one minute is 54 and was achieved by Nabal Pajiyar who was from Nepal and the event was recorded in Hyderabad, India, on 19 December 2020.
Nabal attempted this record to inspire people from Nepal and all over the world to undertake memory training and encourage others to enhance the power of the human mind.
Nabal Pajiyar Guinness World Record
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The program was organized by the Guinness Book of World Records in 2020 in Hyderabad of India. Nabal Pajiyar is from Nepal. He has recorded the world record title “Memory King of world 2020 ”.