Hari Om Singh from Ghazipur is determined to write his name in the records book as he has started working to break the world record for the longest marathon drawing caricature.
The young lad has been working from November 8 at Queens College's auditorium in Varanasi to break the record currently held by Heberling from Canada. Heberling's record stands at 61 hours and 55 minutes and Hari aims to break the same.
Hari Om used to be a very naughty child during his childhood and it was his mother who had advised him to paint. This ultimately became a passion for the young lad who is currently studying in class 12th.
Hari has also managed to register his name in the Limca Book of Records by creating 261 portraits in 24 hours. The young boy is now looking forward to break the world record and create a name for himself and India at the global stage.
Hari Om's parents believe that their child will end up achieving his mission as he is very passionate about painting.
The meritorious science student from Jawahar Navodaya in Ghazipur is a national player in spot painting. The state government has also awarded him with laurels in scout guide.
According to his art teacher Madhulika, ''Hari has mastered this art and hence he has decided to break the world record. 'Whatever he thinks, he ends up doing it''.
She also added that they have full faith that the young boy will make a new history by breaking the world record.