64-year-old man measured seven continents in 3 days, became a world record, said this emotionally about the journey – न्यूज़लीड India

64-year-old man measured seven continents in 3 days, became a world record, said this emotionally about the journey

64-year-old man measured seven continents in 3 days, became a world record, said this emotionally about the journey


all three reached the seven continents

Both Sujoy Kumar Mitra and Dr. Ali Irani traveled from India to all the seven continents including Asia, Africa, Europe, North America and South America. For this he took only 3 days, 1 hour, 5 minutes and 4 seconds.

Travel unites people around the world

Travel unites people around the world

Dr. Irani, 64, is a celebrity physiotherapist working with the Indian team. Whereas, Sujoy Mitra has left the corporate life to pursue his business and started an entrepreneurial venture. Irani said that “travel transcends borders and unites people around the world.”

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Contribute to explore the beautiful world

Contribute to explore the beautiful world

“It is a very satisfying feeling to break a world record for something we are both so passionate about. We are overwhelmed with this achievement and hope that it will somehow inspire more people to travel and explore our beautiful world. contribute to the discovery.

Mitra has visited 172 countries

Mitra has visited 172 countries

Dr. Irani has traveled to more than 90 countries in his lifetime. Whereas Mitra has visited 172 countries. Both claimed the record previously set by Dr Khawla Al Romaathi (UAE), who traveled across all seven continents in three days, 14 hours, 46 minutes and 48 seconds.

records are made to be broken

records are made to be broken

Mitra said that it is an honor to be a Guinness World Record holder, but we also believe that records are made to be broken. “This journey may have come to an end but we have many more milestones to achieve. Today we have been able to break a record, tomorrow someone else will break our record.

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