Thevissha Naidu, a four-year-old brilliant child, has been awarded with the “Asia’s Young Child Achiever Award 2023” by the Prestigious Worldwide Asia Awards. Born to Vignesvaran and Shamala, this young superstar has created a historical record as she is the youngest person to ever receive this award. Her parents had also been awarded at this international event with the title of “Asia’s Most Promising Parental Award 2023.” The family received these awards on December 3, 2023, on the Indian soil of their ancestors.
Thevissha has previously been awarded with the Malaysia Book of Records for being “the fastest to name all Asian countries by a preschooler,” which is an incredible capability to have been expressed by such a young child. As a memory athlete, Thevissha has also been trained by her mother to recall the 9 planets in 6 seconds, 14 Malaysian states in 10 seconds, colours in Chinese, and many more, all by the time she was only 3 1/2 years old. Her mother’s guidance and father’s support have been immensely beneficial to sharpening the young girl’s skills in memory.
As for the little one’s parents, Shamala and Vignesvaran, had devoted themselves completely to providing their child with the best of circumstances for her to grow and flourish. Her mother, Shamala, had even sacrificed her career as an English teacher in order to nurture and love her daughter’s complete potential. The unrelenting and dedicated labour of Thevissha’s parents is a vital component to the young girls immense success at such a young age. Her father’s support and her mother’s devotion to her success are things that propel this young prodigy further into leading a fulfilling and magnificent life in the future.
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