Rini Bhanavat gets place in India Book of Records

Rini Bhanavat gets place in India Book of Records

Udaipur’s Rini Bhanavat’s collection of Indian currency has made a national record. Her collection of Rs. 10 notes in ascending and descending order has made into the India Book of Records.

 

Rini Bhanavat gets place in India Book of Records

Udaipur’s Rini Bhanavat’s collection of Indian currency has made a national record. Her collection of Rs. 10 notes in ascending and descending order has made into the India Book of Records.

India Book of Records’ management committee’s Shobha Samsun told that Rini Bhanavat made a largest collection of Rs. 10 notes in ascending order from 010203 to 979899, descending order from 030201 to 999897, along with seven digits number 1000000 and made a national record.

India Book of Records’ Chief Editor Biswaroop Roy Choudhary awarded Rini with a certificate, memento, ID card and India Books of Record badge.

It’s remarkable that Rini became the first woman in the country to have a largest number of currency notes collection.

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