Dancing Continuously for 5 Days, Gujarat Girl Sets World Record

New Delhi: Srushti Sudhir Jagtap, a 16-year-old girl from Maharashtra’s Latur danced continuously for “five days straight” to set a new Guinness World Record for the longest dance marathon.

“Srushti Sudhir Jagtap has broken the record for the longest dance marathon by an individual, with a time of 127 hours. The previous record of 126 hours was set by Nepalese dancer Bandana Nepal in 2018,” stated Guinness World Records authorities.

Srushti’s dance marathon took place in her college’s jam-packed auditorium.

Her parents were there with her to motivate her. They sprinkled water on her face to keep her fresh.

Srushti started her record-breaking marathon dance attempt on May 29 morning and her non-stop dance performance continued till June 3 afternoon.

Srushti performed the Kathak dance style. She had prepared for 15 months for this record-breaking feat. She was trained by her grandfather, Baban Mane. Her grandfather also taught her Yoga Nidra to relax her body and mind during the non-stop dance performance.

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