A 6-year-old girl in Chennai solved a Rubik’s Cube with a blindfold in just 2 minutes with hopes of setting a new Guinness World Record.
Sarah, the 6-year-old girl, was wearing a uniform when she was solving the Rubik’s Cube.
Chennai: A 6-year-old girl, Sarah was declared by TamilNadu Cube Association, 'world's youngest genius' solving maximum (2×2) Rubik's cube blindfolded&reciting poems in the least time. She solved the puzzle in 2 min 07 sec in her attempt to create a Guinness World Record. pic.twitter.com/dWtDtZJEa0
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Sarah was reciting the Vairamuthu’s poem as she was solving a 2×2 Rubik’s Cube.
Charles, the father of Sarah, realized that his daughter was a smart one at a very young age when she started to solve aptitude questions.
Charles later brought her to proper training classes so she could develop her skills.
Charles said, “She has already made a world record. Now she is striving for Guinness World Record. Sarah was excellent in problem-solving and aptitude questions.”
He added, “After realising this, we nurtured her and provided her with proper training. She can solve multiple kinds of cubes and not just one.”
Sarah failed to make a Guinness World Record, but she was pretty optimistic about being part of an event.
With a huge smile on her face, Sarah said, “I am happy to be a part of such an event.”
The Rubik’s Cube was invented by Erno Rubik, a Hungarian sculptor, and professor of architecture, in 1974.
When it was invented, Erno called it a Magic Cube, which is a 3-D mechanical twisty puzzle.
In order to solve this twisty puzzle, each face must be returned to a series of one color.