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Nagpur artist only one in world to be invited for world record of longest tattoo session

Nagpur’s tattoo artist Pradeep Mulani, who holds the Guinness World Record of being the fastest tattoo maker, is now set to put another feather on his cap by making a world record of Longest Tattoo Session for Harvard World Records.
The 23-year-old tattoo artist was invited by Harvard World Records to break an existing world record of the Longest Tattoo Session, which is currently owned by a person from Italy for continuously making tattoos for straight 60 hours and 30 minutes (single session).
Pradeep, who is engraving his art by inking people for the last six years, spoke to Nation Next about this new adventure.
He said, This is a very big opportunity for me. I was excited when I received Harvards invitation, but I know that there is a lot at stake. It’s not about me anymore; it’s about my city and India, my motherland.
He further mentioned that he aimed at making tattoos for straight 70-75 hours, which would be considered as a single session. He would be engraving tattoos on 25 bodies (full body excluding face).
The event is set to begin in the first week of August and a team of one doctor supported by two nurses would be with him during his performance to check on his health.
It will be a live program, which will be telecasted in London and Dubai. This record is for the longest session, not for how many tattoos can one make in a particular amount of time, he added.
Mulani already had made a world record as the fastest tattoo maker by engraving 422 tattoos in 16 hours.
In the entire world, Mulani was the only candidate Harvard had approached to break Italys record.
Speaking about the details of the event, he said, I will get a 20-minute-break after every four hours. I aim to cross the 70-hour-mark but I’m ready to push myself to beyond the boundaries. I trust my speed; I can easily make more than 1000 tattoos in less than 70 hours.
He concluded his say by saying that he was not overconfident about the record, he was just highly optimistic and positive about it. As he had done something similar like this in the past when he was just a 22-year-old, he knew the basics and logic of the tricky art.
Also, he opined that he had the full support of family and friends, who always stood by his side.
Mulani currently owns a tattoo parlour- Stamp tattoo studio in Nagpur and is preparing for the big event, which could change his life forever.

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Politicians, businessmen shower blessings on Chandrashekhar Bawankule’s son Sanket at his wedding reception

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Amar Ashok Jajoo | Photographer : Nitin Mankar | Photographer : Anurag Raut | Nagpur

Renowned politicians, businessmen and other prominent Nagpurians showered their blessings on MLC Chandrashekhar Bawankule’s son Sanket Bawankule and his wife Anushka during the couple’s wedding reception made held at the Mahalaxmi temple premises in Nagpur’s Koradi on May 29.

Those who attended the reception included: Union Minister Nitin Gadkari, Maharashtra minister Balasaheb Thorat, former Union Minister Praful Patel, former Maharashtra CMs Devendra Fadnavis and Prithviraj Chavan, Rishi Darda (Joint Managing Director, Lokmat), Suresh Sharma (MD, Baidhyanath, Sunil Raisoni (Chairmain, Raisoni Group), along with several other prominent people.

The couple got married on May 28 in Pune. The wedding was attended by the likes of Gautam Adani, Baba Ramdev, Raj Thackeray and Union Minister Prakash Javadekar.

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Armaan Malik regales, Kapil Dev inspires Nagpurians at Khasdar Krida Mahotsav

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Legendary Indian cricketer Kapil Dev and popular singer Armaan Malik came calling to Nagpur on May 28 to attend the closing ceremony of the season 4 of Khasdar Krida Mahotsav held at Yashwant Stadium. Union Minister Nitin Gadkari and former Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis were prominently present during the ceremony, which was attended by thousands of citizens.

During the ceremony, while Malik entertained the people present with his popular songs, Dev played cricket with Fadnavis and Gadkari on the stage. Gadkari, who is the man behind the sports festival, was seen enjoying the batting while Dev bowled to him. During his speech, Dev spoke as to why a sportsperson should play for the passion they have for the game and not play just for money.

The 13-day Khasdar Krida Mahotsav, which started on May 13, saw 45,000 sportspersons participating in 30 sports events. In all, around Rs 93 lakh was distributed as prize money during the 13-day sports festival.

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Sunil Kedar kicks off 10-day Late Dr Shrikant Jichkar Memorial Cricket Tournament in Nagpur

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Sunil Kedar, Minister of Sports and Welfare, Maharashtra inaugurated the 10-day Late Shrikant Jichkar Memorial Cricket Tournament at the Bishop Cotton School ground in Nagpur on May 27. The tennis ball tournament called the ‘CPL,’ which is powered by Nation Next, is being organized in association with Swasthyam Multispecialty Hospital by Core Media & Events. Other partners include 93.5 Red FM, Shree Balaji Xerox and Signages and Vyankeshwara Infrastructure.

In the tournament, more than 60 teams will compete against each other to win the Late Amol Jichkar Challenger Trophy. The tournament will be organized by till June 5 and will take place every day from 5 pm to 10 pm. Apart from Kedar, prominently present during the inauguration of Late Shrikant Jichkar Memorial Cricket Tournament were Congress leader Narendra Jichkar, former Maharashtra minister Satish Chaturvedi, former MP Gev Avari, former MLA Ashok Dhawad, Sanjay Dubey (Secretary, MPCC), Shrimant Mane (Executive Editor, Lokmat), along with others.

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