Kavitha Bharanidaran on Thursday broke the Guinness Book of World Record in a yoga marathon in Chennai.
Bharanidaran, the mother of a 3-and-half-year-old, started on December 23 at 7 am and broke the record by doing the longest yoga marathon today.
On the fifth day, December 28, at 02:02 am she broke the previous record which was achieved by Pradnya Patil (Nashik) of 103 hours, from June 16 to 20 this year.
Now, Bharanidaran is continuing the marathon. She has a plan to build a new record and has decided to keep on doing it until December 30.
It would be the longest yoga marathon in the world.
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