Bangladeshi handsome drum played 14 hours to hit the world record
Hundreds of musicians of Bangladesh-born Pandit Rudra Das have taken two world records for playing long and flute. Now the breaks of the record-breaking 14-hour drum for the hattrick. Guinness World Records gave him the condition of playing drum for a minimum of 12 hours.
He recently played a 14-hour drum on the London Academy of Performing Arts in East London's Commercial Road. Pandit Hudson hopes to get recognition from the Guinness World Records Authority soon afterward.
Suvarna Das's father-in-law is in Satkania of Chittagong. Her father Amulya Ranjan Das, mother Bulbul Rani Das Pandit Hudson Principal of Tabla & Dhol Academy of East London. Under East London's Tower Hamlets, Newham and Redbridge Council, he worked as a 'music inspector' of local educational institutions.