Viswanathan Anand Photos


Viswanathan Anand Childhood Photos

Viswanathan Anand Playing Chess With His Mother

Viswanathan Anand With His Coach Venkatachalam Kameswaran

Viswanathan Anand Playing With Boris Gelfand

Viswanathan Anand Playing Chess With Vladimir Borisovich Kramnik

Viswanathan Anad in FIDE World Chess Championship

Viswanathan Anand Playing against Alexei Shirov

Viswanathan Anand Playing With Magnus Carlsen In World Championship 2013

Viswanathan Anand Playing With Levon Aronian

Viswanathan Anand Playing Against Peter Svidler in 2007

Receiving Trophy From World Chess Federation (FIDE)

Viswanathan Anand In World Chess Championship 2008

Viswanathan Anand Receiving a Trophy From Tamil Nadu State Chief Minister Jayalalitha

Winning World Championships in Moscow

Vishy Anand and The golden Trophies

Vishy Anand Meeting With Indian President K.R. Narayanan

Vishy Anand at IBCA Chess Olympiad

Vishy Anand With Sachin Tendulkar

Anand With Ameer Khan

Vishy in Chennai After won the World Chess Championship

Vishy Anand With Anurag Kashyap

Anand With Indian President Pratibha Patil

Vishy Anand With Russia President Vladimir Putin

Viswanathan Anand Family

Viswanathan Anand and his Wife Aruna

Vishy Anand With his Child

Vishy Anand Playing Chess With his Mother Susheela

Vishy Anand With his Wife Aruna

Vishy Anand With his Mother and Wife

Viswanathan Anand Marriage With Aruna

Anand Marriage

Vishwanathan Anand With his Son

Vishwanathan Anand Parents Susheela,Viswanathan Iyer

Vishy Anand and his Wife Aruna

Vishy Anand and his Wife Aruna With Jayalalitha

Anand With his Parents k.Viswanathan and Susheela

Viswanathan Anand, aged 46 is a five-time World Chess Champion and an Indian chess Grandmaster. Born on 11 December 1969, he is popular as Vishy Anand. He is one of the best chess players of all time. At the age of 14 Anand won the National Sub-Junior Chess Championship in 1983.

The next year he made a win at Asian Junior Chess Championship in Coimbatore and became the youngest Indian to earn the title of International Master Norm. In 1985, Anand, aged fifteen again won Asian Junior Championship in Hong Kong. At the age of sixteen Anand won the national chess championship and secured that title in his name two more times. In 1987, he won the World Junior Chess Championship and became the first Indian to earn this title.

At the age of 18, Vishy became the first Indian Grandmaster by securing his victory at the Shakti Finance International chess tournament in 1988. The greatest of all, at the age of eighteen Vishy was awarded the Padma Shri.