Meet the 13-year-old grad student from Indore who solves Rubik's cube wearing a blindfold!

Tanishka is not only great at academics but she is also a prolific Kathak dancer too, having to her credit a performance in Europe.

A prodigious child from Indore, Tanishka Sujit has got her name etched in history by qualifying the class 12th board examination at the age of 12 and securing a graduation seat at 13. This remarkably talented girl is one of the very few children who has accomplished a feat so big, at such a young age. Tanishka is not only great at academics but she is a prolific Kathak dancer too, having to her credit, a performance in Europe. The little girl aspires to be a part of the judiciary one day.

Aced class 10th & 12th examinations in consecutive years

Passing her class 10th examination at the age of 11, the gifted girl achieved success in class 12th boards with flying colours. She was permitted to sit for class 10th examinations after her exceptional skills and abilities were brought to notice. Thereafter, the girl was directly promoted to class 12th and aced the higher secondary exams with ease.

Currently, she is taking online classes as an undergraduate student of the prestigious Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya. What shines the brightest among all her strengths, is her ability to solve a Rubik's cube with a blindfold.

Though the education set-up of Madhya Pradesh did not allow for skipping classes, her parents persevered to take the girl to a spot that she deserved given her extraordinary capabilities. When she was in class 5th, her parents discovered that she could solve equations of class 10th. This prompted the parents to take it upon themselves to bring her talents to notice. Her mother managed to get her permitted to dodge classes after repetitive visits to the education department authorities in Bhopal.

Nurtured by the constant support and guidance of her parents

Tanishka's father observed her surprising talents at a young age and started motivating her for achieving something incredible. Both her parents boosted her morale which facilitated the girl in accomplishing this feat and although her parents have a small school under their wings, they never admitted her into it, fearing that people might raise questions over her astounding abilities. In a sad turn of fate, the girl lost her father to COVID-19.

Reportedly, her mother acquainted that the girl was quick at grasping subjects ever since her nursery classes. She completed the syllabus for class 9th in a short period of 20 days before being promoted to class 10th. Her mother further added that certain tweaks in the education policy would inspire others to aim higher.

According to the registrar of the Ahilya Devi University, Tanishka is the only student of her kind that the university has ever had. Through her achievements of passing class 10th and 12th consecutively at an young age, this brilliant girl has secured glorious spots in India Book of Records and Asia Book of Records.

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