India has become home to plenty of young talent, some of whom are being recognised globally. With youngsters competing with some huge startups, teenagers and kids are also joining the entrepreneurial race.
From finding successful ventures to creating unique and innovative products, let’s meet the youngest entrepreneurs of India.
- Angad Daryani
With his name being counted in a number of startups and new projects, this 19-year-old Indian entrepreneur has come a long way with his ventures. At 13 years of age, Angad created India’s first 3D printer. Even before that, being 8, he had built his own successful robot. His latest project is working on getting rid of the troublesome and unhealthy smog that covers big cities of India. Making India proud with his innovations, Angad’s knowledge and skills are appreciated on great levels.
- Shravan and Sanjay Kumaran
Probably India’s youngest app developers, the 18 and 16-year-old brothers have already launched 12 apps over their entrepreneurial years. Their company ‘GoDimensions’ offers solutions to the country’s most challenging social problems. The brother duo donates a percentage of their profits to local charities and want to help the poor as they move ahead in life. They have been a part of IIM-B and TEDx conferences and have given various presentations.
- Anand Gangadharan and Mohak Bhalla
In 2014, two 15 year olds created a mobile charger from a shoe. The genius Anand and Mohak, developed a device that would charge your mobile phones while you simply take a walk. The duo re-defined mobile charging which is being used even now. Implementing the law of energy, their mobile charger charges upto 40% in 30 minutes making it better than most chargers.
- Farrhad Acidwalla
Farrhad has been an entrepreneur for over a decade starting young at the age of 13. At a very young age, he borrowed some money from his parents to buy a domain name and build a web community of aviation and aero-modelling. After selling the community at a huge return, Farrhad is now the CEO of advertising and marketing company ‘Rockstah Media’ and has built his own team of developers, designers and marketers.
- Bisman Deu
Inventing sustainable wood at the mere age of 15, Chandigarh girl Bisman’s efforts were appreciated nationally. She founded GreenWood as a sustainable solution for growing environmental concerns. The now 20-year-old entrepreneur invented new variety of wood from rice waste. Going forward she has now founded a campaign namely ‘Colour the World Pink’ to promote young girls to take up leadership opportunities.
An inspiration to many, and making our country proud each passing year, these youngsters haven’t failed to shock many.