Age doesn’t determine the magnitude of achievement and this fact has been proceed time and again by child prodigies who have excelled in their interests at a very young age. Their absolute determination and immense passion has got them to scale new heights. Our country has got a lot of young achievers who have made us proud. Here we bring you 15 child prodigies that India is immensely proud of!
Shorya Mahanot is a prodigy in abstract art. He got inspired by his sister’s art books while he was just seven. However he was attracted to abstract art unlike those in the books. He says he finds his inspiration in Jackson Pollockwho’s works he got attracted to.
Truptraj Pandya has his name in Guinness book of world records for being the youngest tabla master. He started playing tabla while he was just 18 months old. However he achieved the feat when he was at the age of 6.
Priyanshi who is from Surat won the overall title in mental calculation world cup of 2010. She’s now 15 and is the only participant to acquire 100% accuracy in addition, multiplication and square roots.
Kautilya is a six year old boy who is brilliant when it comes to general knowledge and current affairs. He can easily recollect general facts and statistics of around 213 countries without having to strain his brains at all.
He’s a four year old boy and all he’s interested is in drums. He is one of the youngest drum players India has ever seen. He picked his passion while he observed his dad teaching drums to his students.
He’s the youngest sailor India has ever seen and he’s from Chennai. He’s taken part in Asian games in the sailing and also has bagged a lot of awards for his feat.
He’s one of those young inventors who put their life into their passion to seize the glory. He’s just 17 years old and already has 17 scientific inventions in his kit including banana preservation technology.
Angad is a teen from Mumbai who has used open source hardware to come up with an E reader for blinds. He has also made a boat that runs on solar power. He’s created India’s cheapest 3D printer. And yeah, he’s a dropout!
India has Vishwanath Anand, a chess master, to the world. The same country has got Aravindh who’s a genius chess prodigy. He’s just 14 years old and already has defeated four grandmasters to win the open GM tournament.
She’s just four years old and is already a potential threat to the chess world. She has already defeated opponents double her age to win state level champions. She is a very shrewd player and is being coached by Subhendu Chakraborty. This kid from Bihar is surely going to make it big!
Anand Gangadharan and Mohak Bhalla- The Savvy Combo
These buddies from delhi mounts carmel school turned their school project into a scientific invention. They made a shoe which could charge your cell phones. Popularly known as the “Walkie mobi combo”the decide generates 6 volts charge that could easily charge phones. The device if produced on a large scale could be a revolution.
Kishan finds his name in Guinness book of world records for being the youngest director to direct a feature film. He directed a Kannada movie called “care of footpath” to accomplish this record.
Tathaghat Avatar Tulsi
This boy is definitely a genius! He completed his high school when he was just 9 years old and finished his Bsc when he was 10 years old. He obtained his masters in science at the age of 12 and enrolled for Phd while he was 17. We all are proud of him!
This boy is excelling in the field of medicine like no other. He has the record of performing a surgery while he was just 7 years old. He entered the medical college while he was just 12 years old. He also is widely popular for appearing on “the Oprah Winfrey show”. We must be proud of him as he is even trying to find a cure for cancer.
Praveen Kumar Gorakavi
This boy created an artificial leg while he was just 15 years old. He also has another achievement in his Kitty. He developed a calendar when he was just 13 years old. The calendar was for 20000 years..
We take wholehearted pride in these kids and also feel inspired to achieve something in life. Kudos to you kids!!!