Mancherial student excels in mirror writing

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Kesetti Manaswini being presented with a certificate of recognition for creating history in mirror writing at a programme held in Mancherial.
Kesetti Manaswini being presented with a certificate of recognition for creating history in mirror writing at a programme held in Mancherial.

Mancherial: Kesetti Manaswini, a Pharm D student, etched her name on International Wonder of Book of Records (IWBR) by inversely writing (mirror writing) slokas of Bhagavadgeeta in three languages — Telugu, Hindi and English. She demonstrated her skills and impressed representatives of the organisation in a programme held here on Friday.

Manaswini successfully performed her feat in presence of Bingi Narender Goud, India chief coordinator of IWBR and G Swarna Sree, coordinator, G Krishna Reddy, founder of Geeta Adyayana Mandali, S Sudhati, principal of Pallavi Model School and K Vishwashwar Sharma, founder Lalita Seva Samithi and K Padma Charan, Director of Krishnaveni High School.

Narender Goud said that Manaswini scripted history and she was the second to have accomplished the feat from Telangana. He stated that mirror writing was a wonderful process. A very few can excel in it. Remarkably, this girl took lower than a minute to write a hymn in each language. She was presented a certificate, medal and memento in recognition of her record by representatives of IWBR at the end of the event.

A resident of Chintapanduwada in Mancherial, the 20-year-old pharmacy student said she could exhibit her skills with the help her parents and principal Pallavi Model School and representatives of IWBR. She said she drew inspiration from one of her friends to prove her mettle in the mirror writing. She thanked her father Srinivas, an assistant of Engineer of NPDCL, and mother for encouraging her.