While most of us would stumble to come up with the names of a handful of capital cities in a short period of time, six-year-old Roshan Harikrishna has created a national record on it.

The smart child from Bahau, Negeri Sembilan, named a whopping 195 capital cities in just five minutes, to secure a name in the Malaysia Book of Records (MBOR) recently.

Roshan performed the impressive feat at Universiti Malaya on Jan 16, reported Bernama.

This is not Roshan's first achievement related to naming capital cities of countries around the world.

On November 22 last year, he earned a place in the Kids World Records by recalling the names of 193 UN recognized countries, two UN observer countries, and 45 dependent countries capitals in five minutes.

According to Roshan's mother Santha Devi, it took just a month for Roshan to memorize the names of countries and their capitals for the recent record-breaking attempt.

A very impressive achievement indeed, Roshan. Kudos for the parents too, for teaching and guiding the brilliant child.

All the best for creating and breaking more records in the future!