Youth is the future of our country, the country’s future is in the good or bad hands decided by the youth itself. If we give enough support to our youth also they will lead us to a big change in the country. There are so many talents growing in our streets but that remains like that because of no proper guidance.
Youth, I, you, we all are the part of the country, some youth has got proper guidance and directions to showcase their talent but somewhere somehow there are lots of youth who even do not know what to do, how to do. All of the things they have its just Talent and living their life, earning money by dancing in the streets, making happy faces, performing arts everywhere, that is what they are doing and will do till their last breath until they have not got any guidance and direction to achieve something big in their life.
10 Youngest Youth Icons from India
Hereby, let’s meet some youth Icons of India who did their best, struggle hard, and became the Youth icons who are the inspirations to the millions of people.
In 1999, the ‘’United Nations general Assembly’’ declared 12th August as the International Youth Day.
Neeraj Chopra- 1st Olympic Gold Medalist in Track & field
He is India’s First Athlete who wins the Gold Medal in the field during the Tokyo Olympics 2020. His story inspires so many youths of the country, when he was a kid he found his interest in the javelin throw and from there he become the youth Icon of the Millions. He is from Haryana, India
His is family mostly in the agriculture field, he has 2 sisters who grew up with him. His javelin interest started at the age of 13, he used to be an overweight kid with 80kgs. His family forcefully send him running to reduce his weight, and he reached Shivaji stadium, Panipat, and reached with a new hobby, here he is now.
Abhijita Gupta- World’s youngest Author
At the age of 7 years, she published her first book ‘happiness all around’’. It is in the form of short poems, she writes what she sees, and what makes her happy. She is from Uttar Pradesh, India. She is the author of 3 books, to begin with, the little things, happiness all around and we will surely sustain.
She has won the title, of the grandmaster of writing by the Asia Book of records and gave a chance to the parents and schools proud. Her first book is about ten poems and 4 short stories like- friendship, not being so overconfident, healthy food, mother’s love, lets fly, hobby, etc. her second book is about the thoughts of the pandemic, life during the pandemic, and third is about some thoughts like, what happens if there will be no teachers in the world, etc. she has also invited among 40 youth icons by the Indian Government and invited to be in featured in ‘mauka hai’ song from T-series which was launched on august.
Tathaghat avatar Tulsi- the youngest Ph.D. , Holder
For us, the school examination was difficult to write, and here we have a genius like him in our country. He completed his graduation at the age of 12 and his Ph.D. at the age of 22. Where we all are struggling with our college, exams, jobs, and career. He is the youngest Ph.D. holder in India. His research was on “Generalization of the Quantum Search Algorithm”
Arya Rajendran- The youngest Mayor of India
The earliest record was held by Kavya at the age of 26. But this record has been broken by Arya Rajendran by became India’s youngest Mayor at the age of 22. She was pursuing her BSc-Math’s and had won the local body election She will be the third woman, all from the CPI(M) Mudavanmughal ward of the city corporation representing CPI(M), to head the urban local government in the capital city of Kerala.
Kadapala Rithvika Sri- youngest Indian to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro
You know, what’s her age? She climbs through Mt. Kilimanjaro, and becomes Asia’s youngest girl to climb Gilman point which is 5681 meters above sea level at the age of just 9, can you believe it? This is how our Indian youths are crossing the obstacles one by one.
Mount Kilimanjaro is an inactive or dormant volcano and is regarded as the highest standing mountain in the world.
Arham Om Talsania- world’s youngest Programmer
A 66-year-old boy has become the world’s youngest python programmer. His father is a software engineer and he taught him coding at the age of 2. Arham said that he wants to be an entrepreneur and make apps. He would like to help others who are in need.
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Ayesha Aziz- India’s Youngest female Pilot
She got her student pilot license at the age of 15, she also became India’s youngest female pilot to fly a plane all across, the young ladies from Mumbai, Maharashtra. She met her inspiration, Sunita Williams, during her two months of NASA course. She has become an inspiration to many girls, and they are in touch with her with having the dream of becoming a pilot. She was given the first ladies’ award by the president of India in 2018.
Hasan Safin- India’s Youngest IPS Officer
He scored the 570 in 2018, and take the position in charge of assistant superintendent of police in the district in December 2019. He is from a very small village in Gujarat and had faced lots of hurdles to achieve his dreams. In the end, it was all worth it.
Mayank Pratap Singh- youngest Judge of the Country
He was India’s youngest Judge at the age of 21, he took the RJS (Rajasthan Judicial Services) exam back in 2019 and topped the Exam. He was admitted in 2014 to the LLB degree course from Rajasthan University and he successfully cracked his first attempt at the exam and became India’s youngest Judge.
Riddhima Pandey- Environment Activist
She raised her voice against Global warming becoming the Indian Greta Thunberg. She was among those 16 teenagers who filed a legal complaint to the UN to take climate change seriously. She is a 12-year-old Environmental activist from Uttarakhand.