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Yeshwant Club of Indore (India) bags Certificate of World Book of Records, London

Yeshwant Club of Indore (India) bags Certificate of World Book of Records, London
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INDORE : Shri Tony Manjit Sachdeva (Chairman) of Yeshwant Club has been bestowed with the certificate of World Book of Records, London (UK). The listing has been done under under title "Grandeur Heritage of Architecture and Sports in India". The honour has been bestowed on the club for completing successful 83 years of existence. The award was conferred by Shri Anand Vardhan Shukla (Retired IG, Rajasthan), Shri Vikram Trivedi (Educationist and High Court, Advocate, Indore), Shri Santosh Shukla, Advocate (President, World Book of Records, London), Dr. Bharat Sharma, Dr. Suchita Shukla, Dr. Rajeev Shrivastav (Vice President, World Book of Records) and Er. Surbhi Kaul (Secretary, World Book of Records). The Yeshwant Club in Indore (Madhya Pradesh) India, came into existence in 1934 at the behest of late Maharaja Sir Tukoji Rao III Holkar of Indore. It is one of the living signatures of the rich Maratha legacy of the Holkar rulers of Indore State of the Maratha Confederacy during the rule of British Era. It represents a Grandeur Heritage of Architecture and Sports in India for 83 years. The program was co-ordinated by Dr. Preeti Shukla. On this occasion, Shri Sandeep Pareek (Secretary, Yeshwant Club), Shri Lokesh Kasliwal (Joint Secretary) were present. On being bestowed certificate of World Book of Records, London (UK). Shri Tony Manjit Sachdeva was congratulated by Shri Virendra Sharma (MP of British Parliament), Dr. Diwakar Sukul (Chairman, World Book of Records, London).


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