Child prodigies are often very young. They are mostly gifted with abilities and can perform them at the level of a highly trained adult in a very demanding field of endeavor. This is either because of a latent talent within the child or the inheritance of the child’s family line. While many of us have spent our childhood days watching cartoons, some kids were more focused on working on their talent and passion.
Yup, these child prodigies from India have achieved more than we can in a lifetime and they’ve earned global recognition for it. Dhruvin Dharmendra is a young illustrator from India. He is 11 years old, an avid reader and illustrator. He is the editor and illustrator of the magazine. He reviews all articles, stories, and books that come for publishing. He tries to make the magazine more creative and interesting for children so he designs all activities by himself.
Whether prodigies are born or made is one of the most debated topics in psychology. You may have seen a person, especially a child or young person, who has exceptional talent or the ability to do certain things, such as playing musical instruments or reading and illustrator. You may have wondered whether the expertise of the individual is inherent or gained through practice and learning. This child made his mark on the strength of his talent and raised the respect of his parents. Kidliomag is a digital monthly magazine that features book reviews, book recommendations and stories by young kids, and many more. It is a great resource for kids and parents.
This child, on the basis of his talent, received awards for Digital Graphics at Creative Magic Contest 2017 and for Comic Page at Creative Magic Contest 2020. The Child Prodigy Magazine recognizes the kids who are extraordinarily talented and Dhruvin Dharmendra is one of the Top 100 Child Prodigies. For his editing and reviewing skills, he has earned the title of “The Youngest Editor” by The Child Prodigy Magazine.