15th August 1947, a momentous day in Indian history. The day India become free from foreign rule. Our leaders had a vision. They wanted the people to excel in various feilds and achieve success globally.
And we have..
As new leaders from various fields emerge and make India one of the most sought after countries in the world. We also come across some of our younger achievers, who have made us proud!
- Mr.Suhas Gopinath, born on the 4th of November 1986, was recognised as the world’s youngest Professional-Web developer just when he was 14 years old.
- Yuratna Srivastava, a climate and environment protection activist was youngest child to be invited to share her view on climate change by the UN General Secretary when she was just 13 years old in September 2009.
- Dr.Tathagat Avtar Tulsi, an Indian physicist, born on the 9th of september 1987 in Patna, Bihar, completed high school at the age of 9. He went on to do his B.sc which he completed at the of age 10, followed by his M.sc at the age of 12. He was offered the position of assistant lecturer by the reputed IIT Bombay.
- Ronen Chatterjee, a Delhi boy, born on the 7th of August 1992, had his first book published when he was just 15 years old. His book ‘Fire Within’ was released on his 15th birthday.
- Shravan and Sanjay Kumaran are siblings aged 10 and 12 years respectively. They are considered India’s youngest chief executives. The brothers are the CEO and President of the company ‘Go Dimensions’. Their first product was a mobile application which was displayed on the Apple’s App Store.
- Priyanshi Somani born on the 16th of November 1998, the youngest participant at the mental calculation world cup 2010 held in Germany.
- Haris Imtiyaz Khan, the youngest live portrait artist from pune, has set a world record in 2010 when he was just 10 years old. He draws using charcoal and his talent was recognised by his parents when he was just 7 years old.
- Shruti Pandey, became the worlds youngest yoga teacher at the age of six. She conducts her classes at an ashram in the North if India.
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