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Yoga World Record Of " Maximum Water Used To Perform Jalneti "- Chetan Chandu Chandanpatri

The World Record Of " Maximum Water Used To Perform Jalneti "Is Achieved By Chetan Chandu Chandanpatri. He Performed Jalneti Kriya From "18 Liters Of Water" On "10 Dec 2022" At "Amravati, Maharashtra, India" And Entered His Name In The International Yoga Book Of Records On 15 December 2022.

Yoga World Record Of "  Maximum Water Used To Perform Jalneti "- Chetan Chandu Chandanpatri
Yoga World Record Of " Maximum Water Used To Perform Jalneti "- Chetan Chandu Chandanpatri

Chetan Chandu Chandanpatri from Amravati, Maharashtra with a passion for yoga and jalneti. He had seen people performing the cleansing ritual with only small amounts of water, and he wanted to see how far he could push the limits.

On 10 Dec 2022, Chetan announced that he would be attempting to set a world record for the Maximum Water Used To Perform Jalneti He filled a large tank with 18 liters of water and began to perform the ritual. After several hours of intense concentration and practice, Chetan successfully completed the ritual and achieved the world record.

The entire community celebrated Chetan’s remarkable achievement. He was brought up onto the stage amongst cheers from all those in attendance. This momentous event would be remembered by generations to come as an example Chetan Chandu Chandanpatri is an inspiring man who loves to challenge himself. He has set many world records in the past and now he is determined to break another one: the maximum water used to perform Jalneti Kriya. He decides that he will attempt this challenge on 10 Dec 2022 at Amravati, Maharashtra. He began his Jalneti Kriya – a combination of yogic breathing and cleansing techniques – with meticulous care. Each step was carefully monitored by officials for accuracy and precision as it was extremely important to follow all the rules in order to break the world record.

As Chetan completed the kriya with 18 liters of water, he realized that he had done it! He had broken the world record.

What is Jal neti?

Jala neti is one of the six purifying techniques, called shatkarma, in the "Hatha Yoga Pradipika." The term is Sanskrit and translates literally to "water cleansing." Jala neti is an ancient practice performed by yogis to cleanse their nasal passages. It may be commonly referred to as simply neti. Performing jala neti involves using a neti pot filled with room-temperature saline water to pour through the nasal passages. #Worldrecord #Yogaworldrecord #Yogaworldrecordbook #Internationalyogabookofrecords #internationalrecord


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