Indore, 24th June,2023 – Sandeep Marwah, a distinguished personality in the realm of media and entertainment, has been bestowed with a prestigious accolade by the World Book of Records London for his extraordinary achievement in sports during the Commonwealth Games in 2010. The eminent ceremony took place at City Club, DLF Garden City, Indore, where Sandeep Marwah was presented with a certificate recognizing his unparalleled contribution by the former Governor of Himachal Pradesh, Vishnu Sadashiv Kokje, along with Santosh Shukla, President of WBRL, and Sandeep Mittal, IPS.
The commendatory certificate highlights Sandeep Marwah’s exceptional feat, which involved the momentous task of covering the 19th Queen Baton’s Relay from Wagah Border to Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi. His unparalleled efforts connected 28 states, 5 union territories, encompassing a staggering 20,000 kilometers, covering 300 events, visiting 900 cities, capturing 10,000 captivating photographs, producing 1,000 hours of compelling filmmaking, conducting 102 radio programs, and crafting 102 short films in a mere 102 days for World Broadcast during the Commonwealth Games 2010.
Addressing the esteemed audience, Sandeep Marwah shared his profound experience in the media and entertainment industry, captivating them with his soul-stirring poetry. He emphasized the paramount importance of sports and fervently advocated for its promotion in India. His inspiring words resonated with the attendees, igniting a fervor for sportsmanship and fostering a sense of unity.
The World Book of Records London’s recognition of Sandeep Marwah’s outstanding achievement in sports during the Commonwealth Games 2010 not only honors his indomitable spirit but also serves as a testament to his unwavering dedication and pioneering contributions in the field of media. Sandeep Marwah’s commitment to excellence and his relentless pursuit of success continue to inspire individuals worldwide.