Karnataka: Night Owl explodes its way to India Book of Records, points to Guinness nod

MANGALURU: Children's passion for crafts, a small theft from a friend has got the city girl (IBR) to obtain the longest gift item, based on the theme 'Amazing India', this box made entirely of measures of 25 cm X 25 cm when closed and opened to a length of 75 cm X 1000 cm, winning Apeksha, a freshman BCom student from an entry in the previous record book.

It was his friend Chandan Suresh, who has similar records that directed Apeksha's childhood talent towards IBR. With parents Suresh Kottari, a former NMPT employee and Vidya Kottari, a housewife who supports her, Apeksha, who began making gifts for her older sister Amisha and her friends, has perfected her abilities to watch YouTube. By the way, Apeksha has manufactured more than 35 varieties of unique gift items so far.

Apeksha literally burned the midnight oil to create the explosion box. I worked in the box for approximately 3-4 hours every night from 11pm to 3am sometimes for about 12 days to get to this box, said Apeksha, who had his education and completed his PUC at Sharada PU College. His talent for making boxes has also earned his entry into exclusive world records and is making a great release for Guinness Book.

The record creation effort is a new category in IBH; She says adding it consists of images and information about states, territories of the union, prominent personalities of India, freedom fighters of India and remarkable achievements. The work represents why India is amazing, he told TOI Apeksha, who is also in the process of requesting entry to the Asian Record Book. Samples of his cash work on Instagram have obtained orders from Apeksha for the same.