November 13, 2017
4 Amazing Child Prodigies Of Our Country
It’s children’s day today. This day is celebrated in honour of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru who was born on November 14th 1889. It was because of his love and affection towards children we celebrate children’s day on his birthday. He once said
“The children of today will make the India of tomorrow. The way we bring them up will determine the future of the country”.
This children’s day we dedicate this blog to those wonderful and amazingly talented children who outsmart each and everyone around them. We celebrate the smartness and the innocence of such children. Below are kids who are so awesome, we can easily get embarrassed in front of them for their amazing skills and talents.
Every child is an artist- Pablo Picasso
Shorya Mahanot - One of the youngest abstract painters the world has ever known. He picked up his brush when he was 4. He was born in 2006 in a family from Neemuch, a town in central Madhya Pradesh. His father who also had a keen interest in fine arts noticed his son’s talents and began uploading Shorya’s abstract art paintings on Facebook, that was appreciated by many. Soon Aditya Singh managed to do an art exhibition for his son’s paintings which turned out to be a very successful event. Now just 11 years he has got attention from art world and has sold paintings worth $3,500
Truptraj Pandya - “This young boy was born with a sense of rhythm,” says the father of a then 2 now 7-year-old Truptraj, the young and talented table player. He started playing with aluminium dabbas when he was little sitting next to his grandmother who would sing devotional songs to him. Today he holds the Guinness world record for being the youngest tabla master the world has known.
Pari Sinha - When we were 3 we could barely say checkmate. But this little 3 yr old checkmated children twice her age at the State Chess Championship in the under 7 category at Kishanganj. Meet Pari Sinha, from Bihar, born in a family of chess players loves chess more than chocolate. On an average pari spends more than an hour daily playing the game. Can’t wait for her to grow older and bring laurels to our country.
Chitresh Tatha - This young boy who is today known as the country’s youngest sailor. He hails from Tamil Nadu and began sailing in 2009 when he was just 8 yrs old. He represented the country in the 2014 Asian games too! He first developed an interest in the sport when he saw his sister Meghna sailing in the Laser Radial category and thought of giving the sport a try himself. Since then, he has never looked back and even won the gold medal at the India International Regatta (Under-12) in 2013.
It’s amazing how these children can do wonders even at such a young age. They certainly prove that age is just a number. Here’s wishing all those curious minds a Happy Children’s Day.
Written by Social Monks.