Adani Group backs Grandmaster Praganananda, says Gautam Adani – Nothing is bigger than representing the country.

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Photo: India TV With Grand Master Praganananda Gautama Adani

18-year-old Grandmaster R Praganandha, who has proved his mettle in chess at a young age, is backed by the Adani Group. R Praganandha is considered one of the most talented chess players in India and has won many major tournaments for India at various international forums.

After meeting R. Praganananda, Adani Group Chairman Gautam Adani said, “We are very happy to support Praganananda’s talent.” The speed and efficiency with which he has progressed in the game is remarkable and truly an example for all Indians. There is nothing more rewarding than representing the country at the highest level. The Adani Group is fully committed to supporting the country’s athletes.

R Praganananda proposed vote of thanks.

On this occasion, R Pragananand said that I am thankful to Adani Group for trusting my abilities. I want to make sure that my country does well in the world. Whenever I play, my only aim is to gain more respect for the country.

The world’s youngest player to play in a World Cup final

R Praganandha has become the youngest player to play in the World Chess Cup in 2023. He is the second Indian to achieve this feat after Viswanathan Anand. In 2022, R Praganananda shook the chess world by defeating the veteran Magnus Carlsen. In 2023, he also won a silver medal at the Hangzhou Asian Games.

Through its initiative #GarvHai, Adani Group has supported 28 talented athletes from sports like Boxing, Wrestling, Tennis, Javelin Throw, Shooting, Running, Shot Put and Archery. Among the beneficiaries are Commonwealth gold medal winning wrestlers Ravi Kumar Dahiya and Deepak Punia and boxer Amit Panghal. Dahiya and Punia won silver medals at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and 2023 Asian Games.

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