Indian-origin 6-year-old memorises 1,560 Pi digits, sets Singapore record


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Six-year-old Indian-origin Ishani Shanmugam broke Singapore's national record for most digits of Pi memorised by reciting 1,560 decimal places. Sitting in her living room on October 13, Ishani calmly recited the digits in about 10 minutes, with personnel from the Singapore Book of Records verifying the numbers. Her mother, Vennila Munusamy, 36, told The Straits Times on Saturday that her heart was pounding during the event.