In a stunning display of talent, 7-year-old chess prodigy Kiyana Parihar has secured the bronze medal in the highly competitive Rajasthan State Junior (U-19) Chess Championship, which took place in Udaipur on 28 to 30 July, 2023. Her exceptional achievement at such a tender age is nothing short of remarkable, considering she was competing against players much older than herself in the under-19 category.
Kiyana's remarkable feat has earned her a spot in the upcoming National Junior Chess Championship, to be held in Gujarat on 23 September 2023. As the youngest rated player in the state of Rajasthan, Kiyana's skills have impressed both spectators and seasoned chess enthusiasts alike.
Kiyana's success serves as an inspiration to young minds, showcasing that age is no barrier to achieving greatness in any field. Her dedication and passion for chess have set an example for others, demonstrating the importance of hard work and perseverance in pursuing one's dreams. As she gears up to represent Rajasthan in the National Junior Chess Championship, her journey continues to inspire and captivate the hearts of many, leaving a lasting impact on the chess community and beyond.