The Tongue Twister Contest (Results)\large{\text{The Tongue Twister Contest (Results)}}

Hi guys! After a long wait, the results of The Tongue Twister Contest are finally out! You can see the statistics below:

Congratulations to Shubhendra Singh for receiving the maximum votes for his tongue twister:

"Upper Roller Lower Roller"

The runners up were Aman Sharma and Harsh Shrivastava

Here are the votes of all participants:-

Shubhendra Singh - 21 votes

Aman Sharma - 9 votes

Harsh Shrivastava - 8 votes

Hawkeye Arora - 7 votes

Ashutosh kaul - 7 votes

Prasun Biswas - 7 votes

Vikram Venkat - 7 votes

Aaron Paul - 6 votes

Parth Lohomi - 5 votes

Priyatam Roy - 4 votes

Anik Mandal - 3 votes

Raj Sugan - 3 votes

Ceesay Muhammed - 2 votes

Prateek Mehra - 2 votes

Aareyan Manzoor - 1 vote

Vatsalya Tandon - 1 vote

Manupriya Sharma - 1 vote

So once again guys, congratulations to all for participating in this contest!

Note by Anuj Shikarkhane
6 years, 6 months ago

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Gee. Pretty happy about that.

Vikram Venkat - 6 years, 6 months ago

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l'll mention you all. @shubhendra singh , @Aman Sharma , @Harsh Shrivastava , @Hawkeye Arora, @Ashutosh Kaul , @Prasun Biswas, @Vikram Venkat , @Parth Lohomi , @Priyatam Roy , @Anik Mandal , @Raj Sugan, @Ceesay Muhammed , @Prateek Mehra , @aaron paul , @Aareyan Manzoor , @Vatsalya Tandon , @Manupriya Sharma

Anuj Shikarkhane - 6 years, 6 months ago

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