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Indians have a reputation of making their presence felt wherever they go, so why should the World Whistlers Convention 2016 be an expection?
Held at Kawasaki, Japan the convention saw participation from a total of 6 countries including, Japan, India, Australia, Korea, the United States, and Venezuela.
With 50 participants from the above-mentioned
countries, the competition was organised between July 15
and July 17, 2016.
According to Reuters, the competitors had to "choose either a classical or pop tune no longer than four to five minutes, and no shorter than two, to prove their skills."
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While participants from Japan dominated the winners tables across many categories, Indians weren't too far behind. The Indian presence at the competition managed to clinch a total of three first position trophies across seven categories.
Nikhil K Rane and Jagat Tarkas from India won in the Hikifuki Category and Recorded Accompaniment Category (Senior Division) respectively, Chennai girl Swetha Suresh secured the first position in the Recorded Accompaniment Category (Adult Female Division) and the Allied Arts Category.
Watch Suresh's surreal performance here.
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