Meet Zidane Hamid, a nine-year-old Kashmiri boy who set a unique Guinness World Record

The young prodigy broke the previously held record by Professor Vilas Pol of America’s Prude University.

Zidane Hamid, a nine-year-old boy from Kashmir, set a Guinness World Record, stunning the world with his intelligence. The star, hailing from the Rawlakot area of Kashmir, Pakistan, arranged all the elements of the periodic table in five minutes and forty-one seconds.

The young prodigy broke the previously held record by Professor Vilas Pol of America’s Prude University, who did the task in three tries and set a record of eight minutes and thirty-six seconds.

Zidane has often been under the spotlight often before his latest record as well. At the age of three and a half years, he began delivering lectures at universities and colleges. He is also the youngest person ever to earn a Microsoft Office Specialist 2010 certificate in 2015 when he was only five years old.

Hamid is multilingual. He can speak English, Hindko, Urdu, Persian, Japanese, Spanish, and a little bit of Arabic. For his outstanding talents, he has earned titles like ‘source of inspiration’, ‘the chemistry cockroach’, or the ‘future scientist’.

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  • These kind of people’s really come under that definition”God gifted”I would be more interested about his parents info and how they raised him that might helps to other parents


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