Aryaman Verma, 9 year old developed Line Follower Robot that follows a path determined by a line on the ground approved by India Books. The robot was built using the popular Arduino platform. The basic idea behind a line follower robot is to use sensors to detect the line and then use this information to control the robot’s movement. The most common type of sensor used in line follower robots is a set of infrared sensors that can detect changes in reflected light. These sensors are typically mounted on the bottom of the robot and pointed downwards. The Arduino microcontroller is then used to process the sensor data and control the robot’s motors, allowing it to follow the line.