4-year-old daughter makes a national record on instrument playing National Anthem

Children younger than 5-year-old hardly manage to communicate with elders. At such small ages, they play with toys or have fun with other kids. They watch cartoon programs on the TV and listen to folk tales from parents or grandparents.

They barely pay attention to social works developing around. As means of enjoyment has widely transformed over time, most kids today like playing videogames on mobile phones.

Later as they grow up, they hold books and learn alphabets as primary education. That’s what kids generally do. But in this article, we are focusing on the story of a 4-year young girl- Aaradhaya Singh- daughter of Sheetal Singh and Nitin Singh.

Credits: The Youth Library

Based in Mumbai, Aaradhaya was born on June 29, 2014. When she was probably just 3 year young, her mother Sheetal Singh noticed extra ordinary signs in her. Unlike other children who would not pronounce a word accurately, she sang patriotic songs of Bollywood movies at just 3. Her god gifted skills attracted people to her home. They wanted to catch a glimpse of the 4 year old child.     

Like her parents, Aaradhaya loves her country and people who sacrificed their lives for the very cause. She not just sang songs but also played them on instruments. She can play the national anthem of India “Jan Gan Man”, in just 41 seconds on the keyboard, which is a national record.

She later got her name into the Indian Achiever Book of Records for playing the anthem quickest in the country. Apart from Music, this 4-year-old child has made hundreds of paintings- Some of them are of the Indian flag, others are of monuments etc. One more surprise- her paintings were even auctioned at a fairly high price.

Unfortunately, such brilliant children are often neglected by the Indian media and even the government appears to be reluctant to back up such kids of the country.

Media wants spice which may boost up the TRP (Television Rating Points), thus journalists overlook stories which matter to the nation. The Youth believe 4-year-old Aaradhaya is quite talented and if supported, she may prove to be a gem to the nation.

Mrityunjay Chaubey is the editor in chief at The Youth. He hails from Indore. Before The Youth, He worked for Indian Defence News as a columnist and was a reporter at two other sports portals.