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This boy from Allahabad can write, speak and sing in reverse order in any language


Aman can write, read and sing any word in any language in reverse order. He got his name registered in Guinness Book of World Records. In an exclusive conversation with NYOOOZ, he shares how he structures mirror images of the words within no time.

Where people cringe to speak 200 words fluently in 60 sec, there’s this boy from Allahabad who can speak and write any language in the reverse order in a blink of the eye. Not mere words, but he can recite songs in the same tone with words reversed.

In an exclusive conversation with NYOOOZ, Aman shares how he made it to Guinness Book of world records. Aman, born in Allahabad, completed his schooling from Delhi and moved to pursue law from Patna is doped with an uncommon talent. He can speak, write and sing any word in any language in the exact reverse order. He can reverse as many as 200 words in 60 seconds.

Aman shares that during his younger days he often wrote words in mirror images like writing ‘b’ as ‘d’ or ‘s’ as ‘2’. It was sometime later when he realized that while singing songs he didn’t take time to reverse them, and with time it got more refined. Like generally when somebody would say a word ‘Ghalib’, he could assemble a mirror image of the word in his mind within no time to ‘bilahg’. And this mirror imaging helps him to come up with reverse words and sentences as commonly and as somebody could speak or write them in the correct order.

Refining this over time, he enrolled himself in Guinness Book of World Records, in the challenger section. He challenged the record of most spoken words backward which was 71 and he broke it by reciting 200 words in a minute.

He claims that among who speak in reverse, only reverse the sentences while he is the only one who can reverse each word in the sentence.

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