Take a look at India’s Grandmaster and chess player Tania Sachdev and how she is an inspiration to many.

In the game of chess, you either win or you lose. And this game has brought India many wins that can be counted among the greatest wins of the Indian sports scenario. India has produced many talented chess players over the years putting the country’s name in the world map. Contributing to this fame and name is Indian chess player Tania Sachdev.

Born in Delhi, Tania took to the sport at a very young age. It was her mother, Anju Sachdev who introduced the game to her and ever since then, it has not left her yet. She has given her heart and soul to the game and the number of laurels reflects the same. Tania stands as a chess player to have received an international title at the age of eight. Apart from chess, Tania is also a trained classical dancer.

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She was felicitated with India’s most prestigious sports awards Arjuna Award in 2009.

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Tania is also a chess commentator and presenter. She has won a number of accolades for her game. She is the eighth Indian player to have been awarded the Woman Grandmaster title in 2005. In 2006-07 she won the National Women’s Premier Chess Championship. She also made a win at Women’s Chess Olympiads since 2008, the Women’s World Team Chess Championship in 2009 and 2011, the Women’s Asian Team Chess Championship since 2003, the 2006 Asian Games, and the 2009 Asian Indoor Games. Sachdev won the individual bronze medal for board 3 at the 2012 Women’s Chess Olympiad.

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She truly has aced the game of Chess!