Guwahati: How often do we come across someone hanging by his hair and flaunting yoga poses or pulling a truck or bus by one’s hair? This youth from Sivasagar plans to get his name registered in the Guinness World Record by pulling off the same tricks which he claims to practice on a daily basis.
Hailing from Konwarpur in upper Assam’s Sivasagar district, Ashim Baruah has so far succeeded in bagging 12 gold and silver medals in the state and national-level competitions through his phenomenal yoga tactics.
In a recent display of astounding talent, Yogacharya Ashim Baruah enthralled audiences in his hometown by performing yogic gymnastics by hanging himself to the roof of a house with his hair. Baruah amazingly displayed his yogic skills of hanging by his hair for more than 1.45 hours continuously.
Speaking to EastMojo, Baruah informed that his outstanding yogic skills is a unique talent and none across the globe has succeeded in performing it so far.
“I achieved it through my devoted, dedicated and spiritual yoga practices that I perform in a daily basis,” Baruah said.
Explaining the journey of his yogic career, Baruah further informed that he was practicing yoga since six years of his age.
“From 2014, I was trained under my guru Ananta Saikia,” said Baruah.
Talking on his achievements, Baruah revealed that he won 12 gold and silver medals at national-level yoga competitions and two medals at separate international-level competitions.
Speaking on the benefit of yoga practices, Baruah appealed to people from all across the globe to make it a habit as yoga helps to make the human body strong and helps in enriching and focusing our inner power through which we can do amazing things.
“If we practice yoga we can succeed in almost all way of our life including studies,” Baruah added.