He was just 9 when he won his first chess championship, and eight years later, he became India’s 40th chess grandmaster in 2015. Meet SL Narayanan who is making India proud with his smart moves in chess. The 23-year-old has come a long way in his journey after overcoming many obstacles.

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From winning championship at 9 to becoming a chess grandmaster at 17: SL Narayanan’s incredible journey