Chandrakumar Nayak, a Second Division clerk at Forest Department, Ramanagar, is on a mission to enter Guinness Book of World Records by dancing for 15 days non-stop.
Chandrakumar, who started his record attempt in Mysore on a stage erected next to the Palace Anjaneyaswamy Temple on Wednesday, aims to dance continuously for 15 days, during which he takes 15 minutes break once in 8 hours and resumes his dance. A native of Kanakapura, Chandrakumar has donned the Lord Shiva costume and has been dancing to different songs which are composed on Lord Shiva.
Earlier, Chandrakumar had attempted similar record twice by dancing continuously for a week. He will be sending the recorded CD to the Guinness Record officials after completing the attempt.
Courtesy : Star Of Mysore