This Mangalorean Couple Creates Unique Record: Check Out

This Mangalorean Couple Creates Unique Record: Check Out

November 12: A couple from Mangalore have created unique record.

Akshata, who teaches Kannada in Gonzaga School, created a record by mimicking as many as 40 different sounds within a minute. She even mimicked a dog, baby and drums, in quick succession before reporters at the Patrika Bhavan. Chetan, who is the in-charge headmaster of the Government Primary School at Ulaibettu, broke a record in the name of Chanadan Suresh, and created the biggest ever paper art on Mahatma Gandhi – a 10×11-foot portrait – on the campus of the Padua College.
This teacher couple Akshata Kudla and Chetan B Koppa, emerged as role models to their students with ‘Exclusive World Records’.
Akshata said that this was an online competition and there were 800 participants and 18 were shortlisted for the finals. Akshata, who is the resource person for more than 950 camps for children, had won the first prize in mimicry competition at the national-level Yuva mela. She also had participated in the Alva’s Vishwa Nudisiri, Vishwa Tulu Sammelana, Mahamasthakabhisheka 2018 and other events.
Chethan has three published novels to his credit and had directed a couple of plays for children. He is also resource person for the Education Department’s ‘Guruchethana’ programme. If Chethan has set sights on creating another art, which will be five times bigger than the portrait on Gandhi, Akshata is keen on creating another record by singing solo non-stop 68 songs for 106 hours.


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