She completed her schooling in 2012 and went on to do her BA in Travel &Tourism from Ethiraj College. She completed her Masters in the same discipline in 2017. She then joined her father’s business involved in Marketing and liaising with companies wanting to participate in International exhibitions. While she helps her father till 5 pm thereafter she devotes 3 to 4 hours every day in designing and marketing imitation jewelry. She sells her products by arranging displays of her product at selected places in Chennai followed by reaching out to her friends and potential customers through social media.
“I have overcome obstacles and challenges in learning difficulty by sheer effort and determination “she says with humility. “Throughout my school and college, I received lot of support from parents and teachers which has helped me to be what I am today. During my school days, I was interested in doing beading work, make Rakhi’s etc which later got me interested in making imitation jewelry designs and motivated me to focus in this field,” she adds.
People with Dyslexia are visionaries, inventors, and artists. They think differently, see the world differently. It is from this difference that the dyslexic brain derives its brilliance.