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These Young Indians are storming in Forbes 30 under 30 list

These Young Indians are storming in Forbes 30 under 30 list
There are in total 65 Indians in 300 of the people under this year’s 30 Under 30 Asia list. Young Indians are storming the startup place, excelling in various sets of occupations.
Given the current median age in the country is just 27 years old, this should be of little surprise. However, what surprises the people is that this is a group of Indians who are focused on giving back to their country through their efforts, in whatever way they can.
Here the list of people that are doing too much at this young age for their country:
1. Ankit Prasad (26 years old)
Ankit Prasad who co-founded a Bobble Keyboard Mohammad Wassem. Download the app, take a selfie, and the technology will create a cartoon image of you to apply to the keyboard’s database of stickers, GIFs, fonts, emojis, and comics — all for you to share with friends. They say their app has been downloaded around 10 million times to date.
2. Rahul Gayam (28 years old)
CTO of Gayam Motor Works joined brother Raja in creating electric auto-rickshaws and bikes for the Indian market. They are partners with Ola Cab and Andhra Pradesh for the electric vehicles.
3. Bala Sarda (26 years old)
While there’s no shortage of homegrown tea brands in India, Sarda has raised $2 million in funding to operate a direct-to-consumer business which is Vahdam TeasThis model is designed to help domestic farmers which stresses on freshness as they process, pack, and ship teas directly to the consumer within 24-72 hours of production.
4. Most young with the title of the Maharaja of Jaipur, Padmanabh Singh, he is an avid sportsman. Not only captaining the first Indian polo team to head to England in 20 years, the NYU student was also the youngest Indian member of a World Cup polo team and the youngest ever winner of the Indian Open Polo Cup. With all these, he also takes care of the responsibilities as the King Of Jaipur.
5. And Anushka Sharma is also on the list as one of the Indian film industry’s highest-paid actresses. She also holds social causes dear to heart, appearing in a “Right to Education” advert released by the Indian government. She has done 19 films till now (3 of them are not released).

6. Shriyans Bhandari – Ramesh Dhami (23 and 22 respectively)
They hold the most innovative idea by recycling discarded shoes into wearable footwear for children in need. Through 50 shoe collection centres in India, the duo’s Green sole has renovated and given away more than 100,000 shoes, sold an estimated 4,000 pairs of sandals, and partnered with the Tata Group and India Bulls.
7. Ria Sharma (25 years old)
When she made a documentary about acid attack survivors while a student at the Leeds College of Art in the UK, she ends up with establishing Make Love Not Scars providing medical, legal, education, vocational and psychological rehabilitation services for Indian acid attack survivors. Till now her centre has helped more than 75 acid attack survivors.
8. Suhani Jalota (23 years old)
She founded the Myna Mahila Foundation along with three women from slum communities in Mumbai that helps impoverished women with menstrual hygiene products and employment opportunities for young female entrepreneurs.
9. Priya Prakash (26 years old) 
Health Set Go provides schools with health programs and education, medical assessments and insurance services in 70 cities. They’ve provided more than 85,000 students to date with the CARE flagship program.
10. Aakriti Kumar (28years old)
She has been working on design sustainability using natural resources to create responsible, zero-waste, chemical-free home furniture.

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