There’s a boy on the stage, expected to grow the thinnest of his mustache only after a couple of years, who right then holds a violin and astonishes a crowd of a million. There’s a little girl in a classroom who looks as if she fights her brother over a scoop of an ice-cream, and out of the blue, she challenges a PhD holder in solving a complex physics problem and proves him wrong. The world has seen a number of exceptional talents, who have overcome their age to tackle down time limits and reach a respectable height of success together with excellence at a very small age.
These prodigies, who people say are god-gifted, come only once or twice in a generation. They succeed in their fields at an age where a normal person would be learning the basic of algebras, and fighting the obstacles of teenage to gain education out of the blues. Let us take a look at such top 10 amazingly brilliant prodigies in the world.
10. Akrit Pran Jaswal
Akrit, born in Himanchal Pradesh in 1993, is regarded a child prodigy, for he, at an age of 7 years successfully carried out the surgery of an 8-year old girl affected by a burn and qualified into a medical university in the country. Akrit was, in his early childhood, regarded a medical genius, and then it was no far for him to be renowned world-wide, when he was approached for a surgery of burnt victim by a poor family who couldn’t afford an actual surgery. At the age of 5, Jaswal initiated collecting piles of medical science books and impressed the local doctors, who then allowed him to observe surgeries at the age of He had an IQ of 146 at the age of 13, which was the highest for the kids of his age in the highly-populated land of India.
9. Mabou Loiseau
Mabou, at the age of five was able to play six musical instruments and speak 7 different languages, which includes English, Spanish, Mandarin, Russian, Arabic, Creole and French. Mabou is highly regarded for overcoming her age to learn as many as six musical instruments, and is also invited to various stage performances around the world.
8. Sergey Karjakin
Ukranian-born chess prodigy holds the records of youngest International Chess Master and Grand Master, both accomplished before he even turned thirteen. At 11 years and 11 months Karjakin became the International Chess Master, and then claimed the Grand Master’s throne after 8 months of the first record. Born in 1990, Karjakin learned how to play chess at the age of five and with the two unbreakable records that he holds, the Ukranian deserves to be called the prodigy of a generation.