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Inspiration

Kumari Rajitha, the eldest of the three kids of Malla Ramunaidu and Malla Vani Sri, is the recipient of National Child Award for Exceptional Achievement 1996, in the field of Mathematics. She was honoured by the then HRD Minister Mr. S.R. Bommai in Delhi . Rajitha is proud to be one among the seven child awardees. At the age of six, she could say the day of any given date from any century. Additions and subtractions are her passion, she knows the easiest root for any square root. She received tons of awards for her mathematical genius. Her extraordinary knowledge of multiplications, multiplied her name and fame from East to West.

If the first is first, the second is better than the first. Karthik, the second son started his career with ‘Ugadi Puraskar’ from Madras Telugu Academy . This itself is a testimony of his world wide knowledge. At the age of 2+ he knew the capital cities of different nations, identified different countries in the world map, recognised the flags of different nations. He could answer more than five thousand questions like the authors of different books, inventors of different inventions, geographical surnames, superlatives, abbreviations etc. Many prestigeous organisations conferred upon him titles like Wonder kid, Super kid, Balaratna etc. Awards and encomiums are no new to him.

Sarvani, the youngest, has the silver lining right from her infancy. From her cradle she went to the stage to Dance. If she dances a classical item it is a real classic. The melody of her ghungru rings in the inner ears of the audience. Lights are real sights when she dances. Her accuracy, perfection, concentration for dance brought her recognition earlier than her brother and sister. Sarvani’s ‘folk’ is a ‘talk’. Call it a Bhangra, call it a Bharatanatyam, call it a Kuchipudi, she is an amalgam precipitated into artistic form of a professional dancer. Awards made her responsible. She understood the value of ‘recognition’ before she recognised alphabet. All the three attracted wide coverage in dailies, magazines and TV Channels.