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Aarit, Aatrika and Arthav was selected for Skating Competition at Thailand –Malaysia Games


Skating Player of Vaishali Nagar, Jaipur

Vaishali Nagar Jaipur the star skating player was selected for international completion at Thailand. This was the very good news for all Jaipurits. The apartment name Royal Green at Sirse Road, Vaishali Nagar, Jaipur will celebrate this achievement for the three children of the apartment. Friends and other families of this apartment give congratulations and best wishes for all three students for their achievements.

These all three students will select in International Skating Competition which was organized at Thailand – Malaysia. The excitement of all three is on hike.

Aarit Kumar and Aatrika are brother & sister who selected for this competition. They both are national level skating player. Aarit Kumar also listed in India Books of Records for completed 42.19 km distance in just 1 hour & 30 minutes and the given time was 2 hour 26 minutes.

Same as Aatrika is also played well and completed 10.5 km distance in just 30 minutes. They both are practices from the last two years.

Arthav is the one more children who were selected for International Skating Competition at Thailand. He is also a good player of skating and also lives in the same society.

Words of Parents

Both the families are very excited for these achievements. And giving thanks to god who gives this chance to our children’s. All are very happy. Parents also said that this is the result of hard practices of two years.

City of Jaipur and all the Jaipur Lovers will give best wishes to all three children’s and pray to god for good future children’s.


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