26-Year-Old Called India’s First Sleep Champion Gets Rs5 Lakh Prize

Triparna Chakraborty won the title because she slept for 9 hours straight for 100 days in a row.

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26-Year-Old Called India's First Sleep Champion Gets Rs5 Lakh Prize

Even though a lot of people love their jobs, none of them love them as much as Triparna Chakraborty, from Kolkata, who was recent, named “India’s First Sleep Champion.” Triparna, who is 26 years old, won a competition put on by Wakefit, a company that helps people with their homes and sleep. She also won Rs 5 lakh. The winner of The Wakefit Sleep Internship Season 2 – Batch of 2021 was announced on August 24.

The rules of the competition said that interns had to go to bed every night and sleep for 9 hours straight for 100 days. Triparna was one of the four finalists who competed in a “live sleep-off” on the last night of the competition. She won this title because she got 95% of the sleep she needed.

The remaining finalists have each also been given Rs 1 lakh as a reward for taking part. This is part of Wakefit’s scientific approach to sleep, where they will also set up counseling sessions with sleep experts, fitness experts, home decor experts, etc. for the interns to help them sleep as well as possible.

The Guwahati Times says that Wakefit has made their competition go viral in a crazy way. In their first season, there were about 1.75 million people who wanted to be on the show. In their second season, that number jumped to more than 5.5 million.

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