Congratulations to Year 5 pupil, I Sharma, who has won a “Global Child Prodigy Award” in the Yoga category.

He received his award at a ceremony in New Delhi, India at the beginning of January, following his three world Yoga championship titles in Bulgaria, Canada and Nepal.

He said “I am honoured and humbled to be amongst the 100 prodigies in the world. I thank all my supporters for nomination and selecting me among thousands of applicants, and my parents and Gurus for encouraging me to take up Yoga and the almighty for showering his everlasting grace upon me. In the future, I aspire to become a Yoga teacher and an entrepreneur.”

His father added “Yoga has helped his academics in school. Together with his sister, he started an e-petition to the UK government to include yoga in school curriculum and it got more than 20,000 signatures. We would like him to continue to inspire other children and adults to adopt yoga as a lifestyle choice.”

See KentOnline’s article about Ishwar by clicking here.

View ITV’s interview with Ishwar by clicking here.

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