Arham Talsania was not yet three years of age when he could tell one computer operating system from another. Soon enough, he was playing logic-based games on the computer and other gadgets that his father Om Talsania, a software engineer, would have lying around in the house in Ahmedabad.
Quick to spot his son's natural affinity for tech and problem-solving, Mr Talsania began teaching Arham basic coding concepts. All this even before the boy turned five. "It was surprising that he was able to pick up concepts at such a young age," said the proud father.