Master Vyom gets the coveted Prime Minister’s National Childrens Award
Lucknow: Every year the Prime Minister’s National Childrens Award is awarded to children for their special achievements by the President. Continuing this tradition, 13-year-old Master Vyom Ahuja was felicitated by the District Magistrate Suryapal Gangwar at the District Magistrate’s office by giving him the National Child Award for the year 2021. Master Vyom was also given a tablet, a watch and a medal signed by the Prime Minister along with a certificate.
Due to Covid, the awards could not be distributed in the year 2021 and 2022. Vyom’s mother Diya Ahuja and father Nikhil Ahuja told that he has received the National Child Award for the promotion of Indian art and culture. He plays flute and drum and at the age of 13 he has earned the title of Visharad in flute.
Vyom has won many state and national level awards in flute playing. He also holds the record for tapping the maximum number of drums in one minute. Apart from this, he has expertise in playing many other instruments including synthesizer, mouth organ, tabla, pipe xylophone.
Along with this, he has also received many awards for memory games and sports and Vyom has made a total of 37 records, including 30 India Book of Records, three Asia Book of Records, two with Future Kalam and two Universal Book of Records.
He has received the Grand Master Award in Chess Algorithms from World Record University.
During the lockdown, Vyom read the Bhagavad Gita four times, inspired by which he has created a board game named Kurukshetra Ranbhoomi, the copyright of which has also been given to him.
At the age of nine, Vyom holds the record for the highest jump in a bungee jumping competition in Macau.
Apart from all these, Vyom has also achieved many other achievements.