Top 10 Indian Achievers Have Proved That You’re Never Too Young To Make It Big

Top 10 Indian Achievers Have Proved That You’re Never Too Young To Make It Big

 

We dream of becoming millionaires by the time we are 30 years. But only a few actually make the dream come true. Check out these guys top my list of India’s youngest achievers across the world under the age of 30 years. These are Top 10 Indian Achievers Have to Prod That You’re Never Too Young To Make It Big

Keenly take note of how each of them used their passion and love for something and made an empire out of it.
list of India’s top youngest achievers who are as follows:

1. Angad Daryani, creator of first 3D printers in India, 19

Angad Daryani is the young teen who is the creator of India’s first very own 3D printer. He is a school dropout, but his knowledge and skill are superior to other students. At the age of eight, he built his own robot, and after that continued his learning from YouTube and at the age of 13, he started creating his own versions of RepRap 3D printer. He is now working on its modified version and wishes to share it with other makers in India.

Top youngest achievers
India’s youngest achievers

2. Kautilya Pandit, a young genius,
Known as the Google Boy

Kautilya Pandit is too intelligent for a ten-year-old. He garnered fame at a mere age of five years when he acquired intelligence in several subjects. He was awarded a scholarship from the Haryana government and also hosted the KBC show with the veteran actor Amitabh Bachchan on the occasion of Children’s Day in 2013. kautaliya has an IQ of 130 points, which is surprisingly more than the children of his age.

 

India's Top 10 youngest achievers
India’s  youngest achievers

He has been awarded titles like “Bal Manishi” and several other awards that include the honor from the Spiritual Guru Shree Shree Dadi Gulzar of Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University.

3. Prithvi Shaw, A Cricketer, Captain of Indian U-19s Team Captain

Prithvi Shaw is an 18-year old Indian cricketer from Thane in Maharashtra. He is the captain of the Indian under-19s cricket team that won the 2018 world cup. Having scored a century in his debut matches of Ranji trophy and Dileep trophy, he equaled Sachin Tendulkar’s record. He also established a national record in November 2013 by scoring 546 runs out of 330 balls when he was playing for Rizvi Springfield in a Harris Shield match and currently that score is 4th highest score by any batsman in any format the organized games. Looking at his cricket graph, one can easily see his potential to reach the highest level possible

India's Top 10 youngest achievers
India’s youngest achievers

4. Sakshi Malik, Wrestler

You have to have been living under a rock to not know who Sakshi Malik is. At just 24 years of age, Sakshi recently became the first Indian female wrestler to win a medal at the Olympics by bagging the bronze at Rio 2016, and also the fourth female medalist from the country. However, we had already received previews of her caliber when she made her mark by bagging the silver medal at the 2014 Commonwealth Games and the bronze at the 2015 Asian Wrestling Championships.

India's Top 10 youngest achievers
India’s youngest achievers

5. Ritesh Malik A doctor, entrepreneur, and investor

Ritesh Malik has quite the knack for multitasking. At just 26 years old, he has invested in and is mentoring more than 25 startups to foster the entrepreneurial scenario in India. Not only have his efforts been highly successful but he was also listed under the “Forbes 30 Under 30 Finance & Venture Capital List – Asia” in 2016.

India's Top 10 youngest achievers
India’ youngest achievers

6. Shravan and Sanjay Kumaran, App developers, Founders of GoDimensions App Development Company.

This self-learned brothers pair has achieved a lot at a very young age. They founded an app development company in 2012 and named it GoDimensions. They started coding at a young age and launched their first application, “Catch me cop”.
Along with that, they have also created GoSheet, which is the thinnest and lightest Tablet computer in the world. The duo has co-founded a company called GoDimensions, a technology company with a focus on developing simple solutions for the digital world. Shravan is Co-Founder & President, and Sanjay is Co-Founder & CEO of the company.

India's Top 10 youngest achievers
India’s youngest achievers

Over the years, they have developed eleven different apps that are available on the Apple App Store as well as the Google Play Store.
As per Sanjay and Shravan, these applications have got more than 60,000 downloads altogether from more than 60 different countries.
They aim to spread their applications worldwide and wish to even share their profits with the underprivileged children. They truly are intelligent and kind at the same time.

India's Top 10 youngest achievers
India’s youngest achievers

7.Anuja Chauhan, Owner of India’s premier

How does being the mind behind one of the catchiest and slogans in the country sound? Meet Anuja Chauhan, who started at one of India’s premier advertising agencies at the age of 23. In the coming years coined some of IndAge is truly no bar for these young Indians who have set out to break stereotypes and carve out a unique niche for themselves.
India has produced many peoples who mastered their profession and became very successful. Let’s have a quick look at the list of India’s youngest achievers.
it’s most iconic catchphrases, such “Yeh Dil Mange More”, “Tedha Hai Par Mera Hai” and “Be A Little Dillogical.” By 33, she was one of the youngest vice-presidents in the history of the agency.

India's youngest achievers
India’s youngest achievers

8.Meghna Pant, Indian author, writer

All those who aspire to use the pen as their sword in the near future should take a page out of Meghna Pant’s diary.

Meghna Pant is an Indian author, journalist, feminist, and speaker. Claimed by two columnists to be among India’s best female writers, Pant’s books have been critically and commercially successful.

she also won her the Muse India Writing Award in her late twenties.

India's youngest achievers
India’s youngest achievers

9. Farrhad Acidwalla, CEO of Web development

Starting at the age of 16 by borrowing 500 bucks from his father for buying a domain name and started building a web community particularly devoted to aviation and aero-modeling. After the website took off, he sold the community for a pretty high return. Today, he is the CEO of a web development, marketing, advertising, and branding company called Rockstah Media. Despite being a very young company of 1 year, it has its own team of developers, marketers, and designers across the globe.

India's Top 10 youngest achievers
India’s  youngest achievers

10. Zubin Damania, Co-founder, Sharp Spider

This nineteen-year-old young achiever co-founded a company called Sharp Spider that specializes in Search Engine Optimization, conversion rate optimization, reputation management, and web development. He started his career with some HR and went on to form his company. He is one of the brightest minds to look forward to in the field of marketing.

India's Top 10 youngest achievers
India’s youngest achievers

believe that success is not dependent on your age, degree certificate or work experience. For us, young achievers in India are who recognizes their talent and strives to achieve their goal early in life.

 

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