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National Science Day - Top 10 Little Indian Geniuses Around The World

Shikha Batra
7 to 11 years

Created by Shikha Batra
Updated on Feb 28, 2018

National Science Day Top 10 Little Indian Geniuses Around The World

Every child is special in his or her own way but there are some who are exceptionally gifted and are super genius. Isn’t it amazing to watch these little geniuses do wonders and shine our country’s name with their efforts and unique work. For them age is just a number. Their dreams are too big and determination too strong to make their ambitions fly.

10 Most Genius Indian Child Prodigies

Here is a rundown of 10 most genius Indian child prodigies in various fields from around the world who amazed us with their extraordinary talent and intelligence.
  1. Akrit Jaiswal:

    Also known as “the word’s smartest boy”, performed the first medical procedure at the age of 7 years on a native girl who was suffering from the burns on her hands. He is indeed an exceptional medical marvel whose keenness to find a cure for cancer brought him worldwide attention and admiration
  2. Kautilya Pandit:

    Hailed as India’s “Google boy” with an IQ of 150 (very uncommon for this age group), he is blessed with immense memory. He surprises everybody with his exceptional knowledge on complex subjects like astronomy, statistics, world geography, per capita income, gross domestic product, politics, economy, mathematics etc.
  3. Kishan Shrikant:

    professionally known as Master Kishan has acted in about 24 feature films by the age of 10. His name is included in Forbes India 30 under 30 list, 2014. In November 2006, he was listed as “the youngest director of a professionally made feature- length film” by the Guinness Book of World Records at the age of 10
  4. Tathagat Avatar Tulsi:

    He is an Indian physicist who completed high school at the age of 9, earned a B.Sc. at the age of 10 and a M.Sc. at the age of 12 from Patna Science College. In August 2009, he got his Ph.D. from the Indian institute of Science, Bangalore at the age of 21
  5. Angad Daryani:

    He is a high school dropout who built his first robot at age eight. He made an affordable 3D printer at an early age of 13 years. He also developed an ’eye-pad’ for the blind with MIT in 2013. An entrepreneur now, the 18-year-old currently runs two companies “which creates products that engender curiosity and innovation.”
  6. Malavat Poorna:

    Daughter of a poor Indian farmer, became the youngest female climber to scale the Mount Everest at the age of 13
  7. Priyansi Somani:

    This little genius stunned all with her mental math abilities at the tender age of 6. She is widely known as a human calculator and performs mathematical calculations faster than an electronic calculator. Despite being the youngest participant at the Mental Calculation World Cup in 2010, she went on to win the title, beating 37 competitors from 16 countries. Priyanshi has also won “Pogo Amazing Kids Award 2010”. She is also a record holder in Limca Book of World Records and a World Cup Record Holder in calculating square roots
  8. Shubham Jaglan:

    Born in a village in Panipat district, Haryana to a milkman by profession. He is an Indian amateur golfer who won the World Golf championships in 2015. Apart from these victories he has won over 100 domestic and international tournament
  9. Gagan Satish:

    He is a skater from Bangalore, an Indian schoolboy who has become a limbo legend by roller-skating under 39 cars in a row in just 29 seconds to cover a distance of nearly 230 feet with his face just 5 inches from the ground
  10. Truptraj Pandya:

    This 6 -year-old little music maestro hailed as wonder child by the music world, received a certificate from the Guinness Book of World Records proclaiming him to be the world’s youngest tabla player. He was just 18 months old, when he first laid his hands on the tabla and played the instrument, much akin to a pro

‘Great things come in small packages’, this saying holds true in case of these 10 children who are so brilliant, its hard not to bask in their success and feel proud of their efforts. They are a huge inspiration for others as despite of all odds age, financial status of their families, lack of proper resources, required training, to name a few, they held their dreams till they come true. The rest is history and from the looks of it does not seem that these children intend to stop making it and surprise us with their marvels.

If your child is a genius too and amazes you with his or her extraordinary talent, do share with us some of his unique abilities and how did you help him nurture those.

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| Mar 01, 2018

very nice question Chandana Ghosal . if u find ur child doing something extra ordinary , or showcasing a talent which is rare for that age.. u would understand s/he is talented and is a genius. help him by getting him more resources ,or meeting experts who can further guide in that domain and bring out his talent..

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| Mar 01, 2018

How can I recognize talent or ability of my child

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