“Every child is gifted; they just unwrap their packages at different times.” Apparently Anaisha showed the country her talents at the tender age of six. Anaisha Kering a prodigy exhibited her true gift and seized the title of the Youngest in the country to spell out the Longest English word. She acquired this title in the Indian Book of Records.
How brilliant is it to spell out words such as Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis and Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia among many other at the age of six. She has ascribed her name beyond the limits of excellence. Anaisha have been incessantly curious from the beginning towards learning something new. “A child’s mind is not a container to be filled but rather a fire to be kindled.” Her mother nurtured Anaisha’s curious mind and provided with resourceful information.
In Anaisha’s formative years of two years, her mother explained the workings of Rubik’s cube and let her play with it. She has won various competitions in the same area. “One afternoon, she happened to hear a big word and asked me what it meant and how big it was. From then, she would come to me everyday and me teach her a new word. She learns quickly and her memory and recollection is also exceptional,” revealed Anaisha’s mother. She spelled 10 longest words within 3 minutes at the age of 6 years and achieved the title of Youngest in India to spell out the Longest English words.
Her achievement list has plethora of titles; she won a Merit award (trophy) in a National Level Rubik Cube Championship held in Mumbai, at the age of 4.5 years. Further she won the 1st prize in Tell-Ur-Tale Challenge organized by Wizkids Carnival at the age of 5, her story has been published in their e-magazine. Along with her cubing (3 cubes) and Storytelling skills, she was recognized as “INDIA’S YOUNG WONDER” by Intelligence Plus and the same was featured in their online parenting summit. Moreover, she has been interviewed by NEWSSHUTTLE (newspaper for kids) for memorizing and recalling a deck of cards and for solving the Rubik’s cube without looking. Besides that, Anaisha won the 3rd prize for composing and narrating a beautiful poem in the “Rhyme your thoughts” challenge organized by Wizkids Carnival. In addition to that, she has earned the “Rising Artist title award” in all India National level art contest organized by Art Chitrakala and last but not the least Anaisha have won medals in sports day in Prim Rose and St. Mary’s school.
Anaisha has excelled in every aspect, be it the arena of academia or other extra-curricular activities. Her interests does not end here, Anaisha loves solving puzzles, reading, listening to songs, painting and creating artistic things. The wunderkind has already planned out her future profession. Her ambition is to pursue career in civil services and yes! she knows what IPS and IAS means.
Her mother has very innovative techniques for learning and that is how Anaisha has such an exceptional memorising and grasping skills. She learned words through poems, rhymes and stories.
To conclude, Anaisha stated that she wants to break more and more records. This little one is truly unstoppable and a proud to the country.