Making India proud, a 7-year-old Indian-origin boy, Ishwar has won a national level Yoga competition in London for the second time in a row. Ishwar participated in the United Kingdom National Yoga Championship held on April 22. The contest was organised by the UK Yoga Sports Federation.

After winning the contest, Ishwar will now represent Great Britain in the World Yoga Championship that will take place in Kathmandu, Nepal in June this year.

He has been titled as the ‘youngest wonder boy’ by a global yoga magazine.

Ishwar has also participated in events such as the World Yoga Championship, World Yoga Festival, and Om International Yoga Show.

In future, Ishwar would like to perform choreographed Vedic yoga to the tunes of the Vedas, the Upanishads, and the Bhagavad-Gita.

Ishwar, who studies at St Michael’s School, London, has also been selected to represent the UK at the European Championships in Prague later this year.

He also has his own website, featuring photos and videos of him competing.

According to an article published in St Michael’s School, London, website, Ishwar said, “I seek to spread the message and spirit of yoga so that everybody can thrive by nurturing their mind, body and soul and feel refreshed, nourished and balanced. I am able to chant up to 50 Shlokas from the Vedas and Bhagavad-Gita and have performed in more than 100 events across the United Kingdom.”

“I will always be a student of yoga and am grateful and am deeply grateful to my teachers for the wisdom they have shared with me,” further added.