Malaysian boy, 9, enters Kids World Records for naming 213 aircraft in six minutes

Sarvysswharrann has been interested in all things related to aircraft since he was small. Photos: Yogeswaran Tamil Selvam

A Year Three student from SJK (T) Taman Melawati in Kuala Lumpur has put Malaysia on the world map by gaining entry into the Kids World Records (KWR) for the Most Aircraft Recited in six minutes under the boys (seven to nine years old) category.

Sarvysswharrann Yogeswaran named 213 different types of aircraft encompassing commercial planes, helicopters and fighter jets.

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