1October2014

Hridayeshwar Singh Bhati: India’s Youngest Patent Holder and World’s Youngest Disabled Patent Holder

  1. Disabled boy gets patent for 6 players’ chess
  2. Disabled Kid suffering from fatal disease gets 2 Patents
  3. Child prodigy that made India proud and Inspires World.
  4. Special kid from India takes his country to top position in Chess variants inventions.
  5. Chess was invented in India and a kid of 10.5 years suffering from fatal disease has invented 3 types of Circular chess boards, which had led to 100 chess variants inventions.
  6. Amazing Special kid and youngest disabled patent holder of world has emerged as Latest Global Inspiration
Hridayeshwar Singh Bhati

Hridayeshwar Singh Bhati

A nine-year-old wheelchair-ridden boy suffering from a rare genetic disease has set an exemplary example by getting a patent for his invention of six-player circular chess here.

Despite suffering from duchenne muscular dystrophy, a progressive degenerative disorder of muscle tissue which affects only males, Hridayeshwar Singh Bhati – a class-IV student of Delhi Public School – has made an innovative version of circular chess for two, three, four and six players.

“So far, four-player circular chess was available. Hridayeshwar is the youngest disabled person in the world to get the patent for invention,” his father S S Bhati said.

He said that Hridayeshwar developed liking for the game when he began his studies.

“I wanted all my friends to play chess at one time so I asked my father to buy me another chess board for this purpose. He said no such chess board was available so I conceived the idea for developing such chess board,” the kid said.

Hridayeshwar’s father, a math teacher, assisted him in developing the design.

An innovative version of circular chess for two, three, four and six players

An innovative version of circular chess for two, three, four and six players

“The idea and design is created by my son. He applied his own thought but as a math teacher, I assisted him geometrically,” Bhari said.

“We are now working on a chess board on which 60 players can play together. Commercialisation is not the motive…it is aimed at inspiring others that despite worst condition, one can give best results,” he said.

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Youngest patent holder in India and youngest Disabled patent holder of the World

Youngest patent holder in India and youngest Disabled patent holder of the World

Director General for Patents and Design (Government of India) has granted 2 Patents to an 11 years disabled kid suffering from fatal disease for inventing and designing 12 players Circular Chess and 60 players circular chess. He is in true sense rarest of rare Child Prodigy with a unique difference as the levels of his achievements are far more as compared to the levels of achievements of his age group children. His greatest asset that makes him Child Prodigy is creativity, tangential thinking and non conventional ideas. It is his creativity that made him “Youngest Patent holder of India and Youngest disabled Patent holder of the World” at the age of 9 years for inventing “Circular Chess for 6 players” and getting patent from “Director General of Patents and Designs (Government of India}.

A rare chess prodigy and a child prodigy with a unique difference from Jaipur has brought tempest in the world of circular chess and chess variants with his trembling fingers working, which are determined to take the glorious past of his country in the field of chess further. Chess was invented in India and a kid of 10.5 years Hridayeshwar Singh Bhati, who is suffering from fatal disease has invented 3 types of Circular chess boards, which had led to 100 chess variants inventions.

He has left Sheldon Cooper far behind. (Sheldon Cooper: The man who invented 3 players’ chess and became global celebrity for same). Moreover with addition of 100 more circular chess variants, India must have emerged as undoubted number 1 in the field of circular chess variants. Further not only in the field of circular chess variants, with these inventions by the special kid, India must be among top ranks as far as chess variants are considered, even leaving the country Japan far behind. (Japan is known to be leader in the field of chess variants inventions).

Imagine the level of his inventive instinct that he became the youngest patent holder in India and youngest disabled patent holder of world by inventing circular chess for 2,3,4,6 players at the age of 9 years and getting it patent in India. The beauty of these innovative circular chess variants is that its rules are based on existing chess and having more application and utility as he firmly believes that, “Any invention of chess variant must follow the traditional chess due to 2 reasons. Firstly Chess was invented in our country and secondly the invented chess variants must be friendly to existing chess lovers”.

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Hridayeshwar Singh Bhati : An amazing kid from India has emerged as latest global inspiration as he has gone for rarest of rare achievements despite suffering from extreme hardships. The extent of hardships faced by him are unchallengeable as his age is just 10 years, extent of disability is 65%, that too permanent and progressive, suffering from fatal disease (Duchenne Muscular dystrophy), further he is non ambulatory and is dependent on wheel chair, but despite that he is determined enough to give gifts to the world by his brilliant never ending and ever learning inventive thinking. He is not only juggernaut to come out of the quagmire of disability but also determined to help millions of people to come out of their quagmires and this has made him recent global inspiration. Imagine the level of his inventive instinct that he became the youngest patent holder in India and youngest disabled patent holder of world by inventing circular chess for 2,3,4,6 players at the age of 9 years. Now he is 10 years old kid from class Vth D from Delhi public School Jaipur and is busy giving more gifts to the world (60 player’s circular chess + cheapest wheel chair accessible mobility vehicle of the world). He is in true sense Gem of Rajasthan, Pride of India and inspires world.

He has emerged as a mile stone in the disabled world after Stephen Hawkins and Wilma Rudolph. Media world of India and globe quoted him as “Mini Stephen Hawkins” “Wonder kid”, “Genius”, “Latest Global inspirational Sensation”, “Rare Chess Prodigy”, “Amazing Whiz Kid”, “Golden boy from Jaipur”, “Gem of Rajasthan”, “Pride of India”, “ Chess sensation, who inspires millions”, “Another milestone in disabled history”, etc in true sense. He has given a great message that even if disease cannot be cured it can be defeated. Knowing him in right spirit is itself an awesome journey of motivation, therefore even knowing him in right spirit across the world will be a great motivation and inspiration throughout the world.

Hridayeshwar might soon give 2 more gifts to the world. First gift to the world will be 60 players’ circular chess (Making under process). The second gift will be to the world of disability and senior citizens of the world, ‘Cheapest wheel chair accessible mobility vehicle of world’. The second gift is a brilliant idea of Modified Maruti Echo with a ramp (Already using for his mobility), and the idea struck to him for his own usage and very soon he is going to share his mobility vehicle with the world and soon apply for patenting his idea under, Patent Idea Name: “Cheapest wheel chair accessible mobility vehicle of world”.

Recently the amazing Kid won prestigious CavinKare India Ability Foundation Jury Special National Award of India.

Government of his state Rajasthan quoted him as ATI UTKARSHT VISHESH JAN (Extra ordinary special genius Citizen) , while sending his nomination for National disability awards 2012 under two categories Role Model award and Creative child award but unfortunately it was after the last date to apply for same. Many people and his fans from his state (Rajasthan) believe that the amazing wonder kid, hridayeshwar should be given Rajasthan Ratna (Gem of Rajasthan) Award by his state government, which is under consideration by Government of Rajasthan. He is in true sense…Rajasthan Ratna...Pride of India…Inspires world.

More here: http://www.scientificindians.com/hall-of-fame/people/words-of-indias-youngest-patent-holder-and-worlds-youngest-disabled-patent-holder

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