Female Chess Players in India includes Tania Sachdev, Vijayalakshmi Subbaraman, Dronavalli Harika, Soumya Swaminathan, Nadig Kruttika, Padmini Rout, Mary Ann Gomes, Swati Ghate, Aarthie Ramaswamy, Subbaraman Vijayalakshmi and many other players who are playing chess and honoured the country.
Tania Sachdev is an Indian female chess player, who holds the titles of Woman Grandmaster and International Master. She was born on 20th August 1986. Tania Sachdev was inducted to the game by her mother Anju in conjure to harness her restlessness energy into something positive. Sachdev became the Eighth Indian Woman Grandmaster. When Tania was just eight, she won her first international title. Already she has won the World and Asian junior titles by the time. Tania Sachdev aims to achieve the International Master norm. She exceeded recently in the Asian Women’s Championship with 6.5 points out of 9 rounds. A Delhi literature student and Woman International Master, Tania Sachdev, accomplished her final woman grandmaster norm by scoring fifty percent in the First Saturday of the Grandmaster Tournament.
Vijayalakshmi Subbaraman is an Indian chess player of international repute. She is presently ranked 20th amongst women chess players in the world. But from India, she is the first Woman Grand Master (WGM). Vijayalakshmi Subbaraman has been a 5 time national champion throughout her career span. She has won more medals for India in the Chess Olympiads, than any other player. Subbaraman has even won almost all national age group titles, which include the senior title, for record time. The present FIDE rating of Vijayalakshmi Subbaraman is 2464. Vijayalakshmi Subbaraman is renowned for the high level of her game. She has also helped inflame interest in Women’s chess in India. The world champion Gary Kasparov is her favourite Chess player. To know more read: