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Saturday, October 13, 2012

Times Now 'The Amazing Indians Stories' Feature Visually Challenged Chess Player Charudatta Jadhav

For 44-year-old Charudatta Jadhav (visually challenged), chess is not just a game but a way of life and he believes that chess is important for a blind persona as is it is the only game that a blind person can play at par with the sighted and if you want to be successful in mainstream, the most imp qualities which every individual should have is self belief, self confidence and if you want to compete you should have a sense of equality.





As a successful IT professional, he has left no stone unturned to empower others like him and let them overcome the inferiority complex to complete in the mainstream. He has contributed immensely to the cause of Blind chess in India. Having launched the only chess software for the blind in India, he started focusing on how to increase rated players and is today proud of producing 51 rated players. Amazing Indians features hand-picked stories of extraordinary accomplishments of exceptional Indians on the show. In this show we find extraordinary tales of compassion, dedication, selfless service, pioneers, educators, and ambitions that are not for the Self, but for the Nation. These are real icons of the country.
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