Mangaluru: Aadi Swaroopa creates world record for writing with both hands simultaneously

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Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (MS)

Mangaluru, Sep 14: Multi-talented Aadi Swaroopa has created a world record for writing most number of words with both hands simultaneously in one minute. She set the record by writing a whopping 45 words with both hands in just one minute. The earlier record was for 25 words in a minute.

The ambidextrous Aadi wrote 45 English words in one minute using both hands simultaneously in unidirectional style. Her effort was declared as an exclusive world record by LATA Foundation organization of Rai Bareli of Uttar Pradesh.

Aadi Swaroopa, who has never been to school, started writing with both hands at the Swaroopa study centre run by her parents Gopadkar and Sumadkar in the city while teaching other students to write using their left hand. Within two years, Aadi has mastered the art of writing simultaneously with both hands in 10 different styles like unidirectional, opposite direction, righthand speed, left-hand speed, reverse running, mirror image, heterotopic, heterolinguistic, exchange, dancing and blindfolding.

Swaroopa is well versed in literature, music, Yakshagana, painting, mimicry, beatbox, excellent memory power and Rubik's Cube.

This technique, which will activate both left and right brains completely at the same time, will be the exclusive possibility for the education sector of the country.

Apart from this, Swaroopa can also write in 10 different styles simultaneously with both hands. She is the daughter of Gopadkar and Sumadkar couple of Swaroopa study centre.

At the age of two and a half years itself, Swaroopa travelled throughout Karnataka in the 'Education awareness Jatha' with Swaroopa organization of her parents. Till 2019, Swaroop has shown her exclusive talent in more than 1,600 programmes. In addition, she has inspired thousands of students with her mimicry and beatbox memory shows.

According to the self-study method propagated by Swaroopa education, Swaroopa started reading at the age of one and a half year. At the age of two and a half years, Aadi used to write nearly 30 pages per day. Now Aadi Swaroopa is ready to write the SSLC examination, without going to school, with both hands.

Swaroopa, who is interested in music, is learning Hindustani music from Pandit Ravikiran Manipal. She is learning guitar and keyboard. She uses the instrument Tumki and composes music for lessons and poems of her curriculum and sings. Her CDs of lesson music have also got released.

Aadi Swaroopa has participated in more than 50 Yakshagana shows for seven years. She is a voracious reader in Kannada and English and has already read more than 120 huge novels. Aadi, who writes lessons and poems in two languages, has published 'Aadiya Kathe, Anthya Neeve Heli' compilations of 40 stories on her 10th birthday. The art exhibition of 40 paintings, which Aadi drew for her compilation of stories has taken place at Prasad Art Gallery of the city.

Swaroopa is now writing a fantasy novel in English. She is also gifted with a powerful memory that enables her to recall a thousand phone numbers, memorize anything within seconds, and solve Rubik's cube puzzle in 45 seconds.



Comment on this article

  • Rita, Germany

    Wed, Sep 16 2020

    Wow,she is a not only a clever but extraordinary super brain.we will certainly hear from her more in future.we are proud of you dear Aadi Swaroopa.May God bless you.

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  • francis lobo, Mangalore

    Tue, Sep 15 2020

    The efforts of Mr. Gopadkar, his wife, and his daughter in propagating non-formal education methods should be highly appreciated. Their view that going to a formal school with the predetermined syllabus is not worth , but self-learning in the area of interest should be encouraged

    I remember one mother from Pune who taught her daughter at home without going to a formal school. This girl specialized in mathematics at a young age and was taken by MIT USA for advanced studies

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  • Arman, Dubai

    Tue, Sep 15 2020

    Congratulations supergirl. More power to you. You made Mangalorians proud.

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  • Ethan Pinto, Kulshekar

    Mon, Sep 14 2020

    Congratulations Aadi Swaroopa. I had very sweet memories with you during Swaroopa Camp at Mangalore. May God bless You. Wishing you all the best for your future.

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  • Ragavendra P., Kaladka/Mangaluru

    Mon, Sep 14 2020

    Congratulations to you Aadi Swaroopa. really great you are.

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  • Dylan, Mangalore

    Mon, Sep 14 2020

    Congratulations, wonder girl.

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  • Charles D'Mello, Pangala

    Mon, Sep 14 2020

    Wow Aadi Swaroopa......It is a great achievement without going to school !!!!!????......

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Mon, Sep 14 2020

    Mangaloreans are Best in the World ...

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