First of all, let me ask you a question, what you did at age of 12 or 14. Well, I already have the answer everybody plays video games, cricket etc. We never even think about our life’s goal or any kind of maturity thing at that age(including me). But let me tell there are two brothers who build up a company at that age. Yes, it is true, meet India’s Youngest Entrepreneurs Shravan and Sanjay Kumar.

India's Youngest Entrepreneurs At Age Of 12 & 14

They are India’s Youngest Entrepreneur At Age Of 12 & 14. Shravan Kumaran and his younger sibling Sanjay Kumaran are perhaps India’s youngest entrepreneurs. Shravan, 14, is the president and Sanjay, 12, is the CEO of Go Dimensions, an app development unit that they founded in 2011 from the bedroom in their Chennai home.

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They start developing apps for Android and Apple in 2011 from the bedroom in their Chennai home. Their company named as Go Dimension. They have many well popular apps which currently available in Google play store and Apple app store. These are the following apps they build:


You are a con who escaped from prison and there is a nationwide hunt.


Alphabets Board is an app to teach kids Alphabets fast and easily. 


Prayer planet is an app to pray god easily and quickly on your mobile device.


CarRacingHD ,Emegencybooth ,EI5 and ColourPallete.

And etc. These are their top apps from which they have built.

In an interview at Bangalore

they stood before the 5,500 attendees at an SAP event in Bangalore and talked about how to ideate and draw up a business plan.

“You should have a strong idea, self-confidence, a good business plan and know about sources of funding,” said Sanjay with the confidence that you normally see in much older people. And he then went on to ask: “Have you heard of dad funding?” The crowd roared.

In 2011 and 2012, the two have developed eleven apps that are available on the Apple App Store and Google’s Android Play Store. The apps have received over 35,000 downloads. Their first — Catch me Cop on the Apple App Store —was released in 2012. It was a game where a con escapes prison and a hunt is launched. There are chases through a desert, beach and amaze.

“Abdul Kalam once came to our school and he loved playing Catch me Cop,” recalled Sanjay. Shravan is in Class 9 and Sanjay in Class 7 at the Vael’s Billabong International High School in Chennai.

Today, a room in their home is a digital lounge filled with Apple Macs, iPads and Samsung Galaxy Notes. The ‘after homework hours’ are spent on coding and debugging test apps while nibbling on cheese fritters and lasagna. In 2013, they launched an action game called Extreme Impossible 5.

“We developed over 150 test apps before releasing the first app: Catch Me Cop… Another app, Alphabet Board, got a rating of 5 on the app store,” said Shravan, who Steve Jobs for inspiring him.

“Some of the teachers told them they would be more productive at home than school,” said their mother and former journalist Jyothi Lakshmi. But they are clear they will attend classes regularly, and also pursue their love for cricket and the keyboard.

The boys credit their father Kumaran Surendran, a director with American security software company Symantec, for encouraging them to learn to programme. They learnt the programming language QBasic when Shravan was in his fifth grade and Sanjay in his third grade.

The two have made presentations at TEDx and IIMBangalore. They hope to get at least 50%, of smartphone users in India to use their apps.

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Child Prodigies India’s Youngest Entrepreneurs

Shravan Kumaran, 14, and younger brother Sanjay, 12, founded an app development unit, Go Dimensions

Their first app was a game, called ‘Catch me Cop’ where a con escapes prison and a wide hunt is launched for him.

They have developed apps which are available on Apple App Store and Google’s Android Play Store. You should have a strong idea, self-confidence, a good business plan and know about sources of funding.

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