Ex-Roadies contestant Navjyot Gurudatta creates a record

Bhubaneswar: In a first-of-its-kind feat, Roadies 11 contestant Navjyot Gurudutta created a record by waving the Sikh flag “Nishan Sahib” in the sky at an altitude of 13,000 feet above sea level and made his way into The Golden Book of World Records. Navjyot skydived on February 29, 2020 in the Palm drop zone, Dubai and is the first person to achieve this feat – a milestone in the true sense.

The Nishan Sahib is a triangular Sikh flag found outside most Gurudwarasand is extremely sacred to Sikhs. Nishan means symbol and represents the Sikh culture. The entrepreneur from Khariar Road, Orissa, who owns a startup called Fame Managers, has made the entire Sikh community proud with this achievement and brought glory to the Nishan Sahib as well.

Speaking about this, Navjyot said, “I am delighted and humbled at what I have been able to achieve. I am honored to have made the Sikh community proud and hoist the Nishan Sahib high up. I have always believed in doing things differently, be it participating in a show like Roadies or becoming an entrepreneur. This feat was also an attempt at pushing my limits and I am glad I have been able to achieve that. I thank the Golden Book of World Records for having recognized my achievement.”

Navjyot Gurudatta is one of the youngest and successful names in celebrity management. He runs his own family Rice Industry Business and was able to explode it through digital marketing. He recently received an award for “Digital Entrepreneur of the Year”. His team manages several brands and their digital presence.

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