The 11-year-old Kiddo Prathamesh Sinha shot to fame when he participated in a business reality show, Shark Tank India, last year, where he impressed the CEO of BoAt, Aman Gupta
Well, there is no denying that we often keep complaining about things we don’t have and forget to express gratitude for what we already have.
“Every problem has a solution, so it’s important to remain positive,”
says Prathamesh Sinha, a resident of Pune who is just an 11-year-old kid who is currently pursuing his education at ORCHIDS, The International School, Undri, Pune.
Prathamesh Sinha is God gifted child. Even though he is a visually impaired boy, he has the clearest vision of life than anybody else. A motivational speaker, he participated in the first season of Shark Tank India, where he impressed all the Sharks. Moreover, CEO of BoAt, Aman Gupta invited him over to his office and made him the CEO for a day.
Recently, he received a lot of appreciation and praise from our Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, during Digital India Week, Prathamesh introduced himself to PM Modi as the Thinkerbell Labs brand ambassador and demonstrated a gadget called Annie, a one-of-a-kind Braille self-learning device. Just like Sharks, the little boy’s confidence and knowledge, and attitude impressed PM Modi!
Sinha, who was homeschooled before going to Shark Tank, started attending normal school after his Shark Tank experience.
“I was being homeschooled before I started my journey as a motivational speaker, then I went to Shark Tank. “The biggest change is that I’m now attending a regular school.”
Speaking about his recent project, he said,
“I made a no-cost cooler. It is environment-friendly and doesn’t require electricity. Many people make coolers, but mine was eco-friendly, so I am very happy.”
Prathamesh Sinha was also helped by his parents, classmates, and teachers to complete his regular activities.
“One of my goals for 2023 is that I want to improve in academics and the subjects that I lack in. I am sure my parents, friends, and teachers will help me.”
“I am a music student; I learn ukulele. So I want to focus on that too this year,” said Sinha.
Aspiring to become an IAS officer one day, Prathamesh Sinha is an inspiration for every other person around the country.