Mahiman Khanijo: Youngest drummer who brought pride and honour to his family


Mahiman khanijo has registered his name in the India Book of Records and Asia Book of Records. The promising boy of Rudrapur, Uttarakhand, India is starting his career as a child artist rich in talent. During the pandemic, all schools were shut down and classes were held online. At such a difficult time, he used to sit in solitude and play the rhythm at the table. Seeing his devotion towards music, his parents motivated him to keep playing and work hard on developing his skills. 
He made a record of playing maximum drum beats as the youngest in one minute. His name has been entered in  the India Book of Records and Asia Book of Records honoring him with the title ‘Grand Master’. 
The multi-talented Mahiman Khanijo passed his examination of Grade-1 from Rock School, London Music University at such a young age.  Mahiman has been playing drums since the age of 3. He practices for 2 hours a day. People are fascinated to see him playing drums, due to which he is also very popular on social media. He is from Jaycees Public School. His talent and hard work at such a tender age brought name and fame to family as well as his school. His good habits, hobbies, immense passion towards music contributed towards his promising personality. The school and family members congratulated him on his success and wished him all the best for his bright future. 
Without the encouragement of his parents, this would not have been possible. His parents played an imperative role. They recognised his talent and passion towards music. They motivated him to develop his skills. Every parent must make efforts to encourage his child to find passion and work relentlessly towards it. Mahiman’s success is a message for everyone that anyone can achieve success with hard work, determination and passion. Age is no bar. The contribution of parents and hard work of Mahiman are inspirational. 


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