Mumbai, Dec 21 (UNI) After entering the Limca Book of World records by singing for 72 hours at a stretch in six different languages, Tamil Nadu-born Thomas Vijayan, a resident of Dharavi, is aiming for another feat -- memorising perfect square roots of numbers from 1-1,000.
''I successfully achieved the feat of singing for 72 hours continously, and found a place in the Limca Book of World records. And now, I have perfected the art of memorising perfect square roots of numbers upto one to 1000,'' he said confidently.
And his claim is not a fluke. Ask him about square root of any number upto 1000, he blurts out the answer in a matter of few seconds.
Vijayan claims that authorities from Limca Book of Records have already judged his performance and they hope that it will take no time before his name once again features in the prestigious publication.