Today’s Indian Prodigies are shining as bright as a diamond, no matter wherever they go.There is a long list to reckon with. Monomousumi brings the success saga of these talented youngsters, who will be in the driver seat soon to take the glory of our country forward. Check out the success stories of the little gems:
Reyansh Gaur brought lots of laurel to his family with his record breaking performances. Recently his name was included in India Book of Record for his Highest 360 Degree Kick. Born in 2010, the young boy could successfully created a name for him in the field of Taekwondo by getting black belt and now with this amazing performance. He is targeting to be included in the Guinness Book of Record.
He has participated and won various national level contests and won many of them including dance, essay, painting, skating etc. One of his article has been chosen for the publication in the book “Creative Cocktail“.
Achievements of Reyansh Gaur
* biggest achievement # Record holder India book of record ( highest kick 360 degree in taekwondo)
* Black belt in Taekwondo
* State medals winner in Taekwondo Madhya Pradesh championship, Bhopal
* District medal winner in Taekwondo district championship, Jabalpur
* getting scholar ship in Taekwondo this year from Taekwondo state association, Bhopal
*Dance # win numbers of trophies and medals in dance competitions , Jabalpur
*Dance #win scholar ship for dance this year, scholarship exam conducted by prayaas entertainment , Maharastra
*Drawing painting, Sketeches and drawing
*Drawing drawing displayed in SURYAM exibition, Mumbai and SCIENCE PARK science day exibition, pune
*Drawing registered and honored in Khula asmaan website @Indiaart.
*Writing selected praiseworthy in International Essay competition by www.monomousumi.com
*writing selected in science essay competition in khula asmaan
*Academic Excellency award from three consecutive years in school.
*cleared state level WIZ SPELL BEE 2019
* earned medals in national Olympiad exams
His achievements are cited in many leading newspapers.
Now, he believes that he is an ordinary boy, but when it comes to his desire to work for promotion and protection of human rights, he can be classified as quite Extraordinary. He was passionate since childhood, but it manifested into him ever since he entered 13th year of his life. Three were many innovative ideas knocking in his mind for the betterment of the society and mankind in broad. While working on his dream and making other people’s lives better, never did he thought that he will be able to represent our beloved country, India, and that too at the United Nations headquarters in New York!
This event was made even more special when he got to know that this was going to take place on his birthday, which is on 24th August – it was a beautiful moment for him. He was obviously not ready for this big moment, for this presentation, in spite of all of the learning he went through in the past two years. He might have been studying, playing and enjoying all of the luxuries of life at this age, but is so driven by the desires to help the disadvantaged sections of society, making him quite extraordinary.
At the conference, he was, despite of feeling nervousness, confident, loud and fearless. As a result, he was able to represent well when he received a standing ovation and a hearty round of applause from the Dignitaries and the other people present. This exact moment made him feel that “Yes! he was doing something meaningful!”.
He also takes great pride in being the Indian Ambassador for the TeachSDGs projecthttp://www.teachsdgs.org/TeachSDGsAmbassadorsBios.html , initiated by the Global Goals Education Task Force, which is a volunteers-based worldwide network of teaches established in 2017. He has been so active engrossed in his work that, apart from working for the SDGs of UN, he also has founded the community @SDGsForChildren. He also has been a winner in WIPRO-XUB Sustainability Summit and contest, hosted by Xavier School of Sustainability (XSoS), Bhubaneshwar, India.
Coming back to the present time, he also has been invited by Microsoft Education to host the Tweet Meet, which was on “Empowering Student’s Voice”. It certainly was an enthralling experience for him to host the chat with 19 other Global Educators! He is now completing his study in Ahlcon International School, Delhi.
He has founded the community @SDGsForChildrenhttp://www.sdgsforchildren.org/. Many schools and children globally are now part of this community and contribute to various projects related to Human Rights and SDGs.
Here is a link of a poem, which is written by Ayush and her lil Sister, Ananya Chopra, 10 years old and published in youtube is genuinely depicting their talent. Bravo!! We need more Ayush and Ananya in our country.