November 14th known for Jawaharlal Nehru’s Birthday is very special for all Indians citizens and more special for kids as we also celebrate Children’s day.  We all celebrate children to be the future of tomorrow. It is our duty to mark a salute to children who achieve big in young age.

Here is a list of Indian Prodigies who have attained remarkable success in their respective fields.

Aravind Chithambaram





The young prodigy is likely to be the next Vishwanathan Anand. Knowing Aravind’s potential, his coach Grandmaster RB Ramesh, trained Aravind for free. The young prodigy won the grandmaster title by the World Chess Federation when he was just 15 years old.

Kautilya Pandit

Kautilya Pandit was high on General knowledge at a very young age of 7, also was aware of the geographical statistics and basic current affairs. Kautilya is a genius and his IQ is around 130, which is rare for a kid of this age.

Angad Daryani

This high school dropout is the CEO of his own company named Shark Industries Pvt Ltd. He is known to have made India’s first 3-Dimensional printer and started his company while he was 15 years old. While he was 8 years old, he developed his first Robot and ever since there is no looking back for Angad Daryani’s experiments.

Sushma Verma

The youngest of Post Graduates in India, Sushma Verma pursued her Master of Science in Microbiology when she was just 15 years old. She secured first rank in her first, second and fourth semesters while her classmates were 8-9 years elder than her. Sushma was added to the Limca Book of World Records for being the youngest student to pass class ‘X’ in June 2007 at the age of 7.

 Ayesha AzizThe youngest pilot of India at the age of 20, Ayesha Aziz always wanted to be a pilot. She got her student pilot licence when she was just 16 years old.  Ayesha would take her flying classes in Cessna 152 and 172 aircraft during weekends and would attend classes rest of the days. It was during her 12th grade that a group of scientists from NASA selected her along with two of her classmates for a space training programme

Akrit Jaswal

An ardent Shakespeare fan, Akrit started reading Shakespeare’s book when he was just 5 years old. While he was 7, this prodigy carried out a surgery on his neighbour who couldn’t afford treatment. He later became the youngest student to join in a medical school and was regarded as a medical genius. As of now, he is pursuing his Master’s in Applied Chemistry.