While travelling abroad, chess sensation Rameshbabu (R) Praggnanandhaa enjoys home-cooked meals, know about his mother
In order to provide her son with rasam and rice in the midst of overseas tournaments, Nagalakshmi carries an induction stove and local masalas. Praggnanandhaa is currently competing in the final of the FIDE Chess World Cup.
Who is Nagalakshmi mother of chess player Rameshbabu (R) Praggnanandhaa and her biography as photo goes viral
One of the most enduring images from the chess competition was a picture of Grandmaster R Praggnanandhaa’s mother beaming with pride when her son qualified for the semifinals of the FIDE World Cup in Baku, Azerbaijan.
18-year-old Praggnanandhaa, who will face five-time world champion Magnus Carlsen in the World Cup final, has advanced since the picture was taken a few days ago.
His parents got him and his sister interested in the game so they wouldn’t watch as much television. He has made an admirable journey.
Nagalakshmi’s Love And Dedication For Her Son
Praggnanandhaa’s mother, Nagalakshmi, who drives him to school, makes sure their home is conducive to practice and goes with him to international competitions, deserves credit for his achievement.
Whenever Praggnanandhaa travels for tournaments, she carries a rice cooker and an induction stove so that she can have home-cooked meals even thousands of miles away.
Nagalakshmi additionally makes sure the home is a good place to practise chess. She has previously stated that if the kids are in the middle of a competitive game of chess, visitors to their Chennai house may be greeted in the foyer or parking lot. With the exception of a little period around supper, the television is hardly ever turned on.
Praggnanandhaa’s Family Support As He Touches The Zenith
Praggnanandhaa and Vaishali’s proud father, Rameshbabu, said, “I must give thanks to my wife, who supports them greatly and goes to competitions with them. She takes great care of the two.”
He further added that, in order to reduce Vaishali’s childhood screen time, they taught her how to play chess. Eventually, the two kids enjoyed the game and chose to keep playing it.
For the record, Vaishali, a WGM, is regarded as one of the most accomplished young players on the world stage.
The legendary Garry Kasparov tweeted: “Congrats to @rpragchess—and to his mother. She played a big part in Praggnanandhaa’s achievement. It’s a unique kind of encouragement coming from someone whose proud mother went with me to all of my events! Two New York cowboys were vanquished by the Chennai Indians! He has demonstrated great tenacity amid trying circumstances.”
— Sankalp Shrivastava (@shrisankalp) August 24, 2023