Pune: 4-year-old child becomes the world’s youngest pianist playing the national anthem of India

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Shikha Chaurasia

Pune, December 7, 2020: World Records India has recognised a 4-year-old child as the world’s Youngest Pianist playing National Anthem and Multiple Songs.

Raghav, aged four, is from Pune and is a student of Vikhe Patil Memorial School. From a very young age, he felt himself being extremely drawn towards the instrument. Raghav’s mother Sonal Malpani says that he was so interested in music that he learnt to play the piano all by himself.

Raghav has been playing the piano before he even reached the tender age of four. His mother and his elder sisters have played a very important role in his journey so far. They were Raghav’s first piano teachers. His mother said, “He grasped very quickly and he used to play the piano just by listening to the tunes played by his elder sister and me. He even played the tunes of the songs correctly despite not knowing the lyrics of the songs.”

The four-year-old has a very strong hold on his instrument and can effortlessly play the national anthem of India and many other songs on a piano. He has seized every opportunity and is a well-known social media star. He has appeared on many famous Facebook groups like Taare Zameen Par and showcased his talent. He has also played the piano during the Ganesh Utsav in Pune.

Due to his immensely talented persona, World Records India has recognised his remarkable abilities and has awarded him as the world’s Youngest Pianist playing the National Anthem and Multiple songs. He also has his own YouTube channel called ‘Raghav-The Rising Sensation’.