The story of a multi-faceted 13-year-old Rudransh Gowani
New Delhi : Teenagers are often associated with temper, mood swings, attitude troubles, inconsistency, confusion and a lot more that is perceived negatively by society. Many believe that this is the age that can make or break a child’s trajectory to success and keeping them focused is the greatest challenge at this age. It takes great clarity and good guidance to realize the latent potential, hone skills and become a better version of self. Rudransh Gowani, son of entrepreneurs Nidarshana and Ramesh Gowani is one such teenager who has fun just like other kids his age but is also grooming himself for success.
Rudransh is a singer whose soulful voice and knowledge of music mesmerize the listeners. He also writes meaningful song lyrics and impresses everyone with the depth and clarity of his thoughts at such a young age. He recently performed his song titled ‘life is best’ to inspire acid attack survivors and fire victims. The audience was teary-eyed with emotions and bewitched by the beauty of the words.
Rudransh is motivated by legendary singers like Lata Mangeshkar ji and strives to match up to perfection by practising singing for long hours. He keeps trying his hands at various instruments like the American flute. His teachers describe him as committed and goal-oriented and often appreciate him for keeping his focus on his goal. He posts his songs regularly on his YouTube channel and grabs appreciation from music enthusiasts globally. With one of the songs that he posted, Rudransh expressed heartfelt gratitude towards frontline warriors during the Covid pandemic. This song was widely praised. He also frequently records and released songs on top music platforms like Gaana, Spotify, Amazon music, etc.
Apart from his passion for music, Rudransh is also passionate about Legos and creates wonders with them. He recently assembled a Lego BOT that has multiple uses. The functional BOT was a wonderous creation that conveys Rudransh’s potential.
Rudransh also loves horse riding and recently secured the 4th position in a horseriding event organized by Decathlon.
He also assists his mother in ideating and executing initiatives for their charitable trust, Kamala Ankibai Ghamandiram Gowani Trust. He actively participates in charity drives at orphanages and other places. His parents believe that these events are a great way of making him aware of his privileges.
At barely 13 years of age, Rudransh is taking large strides towards self-development and growth. Such commitment at this age is commendable and we hope he continues to grow at this pace.