Achieved the rare feat to win the crown after 27 years
Vadodara girl Aayushi Dholakia achieved a rare feat of winning the Miss Teen International crown after 27 years. This teen wants to become Miss World in her career not just to win a beauty pageant but to serve the society. She already runs a Happy Go Happy club working with elders, rural women and school children in the city and outskirts.
Aayushi just 16 won the title in her first year of participation and can’t believe the rare feat she achieved in her career. She is not only the first Indian but probably the first Asian to win the title after 27 years. She aims to become Miss World in her career but presently needs to concentrate her studies first.
“I follow the competition for a whole year as I had to concentrate on my 10th board. I registered myself for the pageant on 30th December 2018 and since then I closely follow the basics, finelines and other things related to the contest. I first won the national contest held in the month of September at Jaipur and now win the Miss Teen International title and became first Indian to do so after 27 years,” said Aayushi.
Aayushi is a trained Kathak dancer and performed Ghoomar song in the talent round of the contest. She wear the costume designed on the theme of our national flower Lotus and won the best National costume as well as speech awards. She wants to pursue her career in the same field but after completing her studies.
“I idolise Priyanka Chopra for her professional and personal approach to her life and career. She won Miss World title and also associated with many social causes which inspires many girls including me to join this field. I also wants to pursue the same field but with a purpose to serve the society. I already runs a Happy Go Happy club working with elders, rural women to aware them about hygiene and also with the school children. I wants to continue the same in future,” said Aayushi.
Aayushi loves to connect people and has her sights on to chose a publicly exposed field. Presently she studies in 11th Humanity in Anand Vidya Vihar and wants to do Bachelor in Mass Communication before heading for her dreams. Being a girl she gets her parents support in every step she took towards her dream.
“My parents are always supportive to me and that gives me strength to move ahead in my career. My father is a doctor and always support me to pursue my passion. My mother Dipali Dholakia is my biggest motivator as she always accompanying me to my contests and give me the strength. The pressure is always there but they always support me and make me comfortable to contest the crown among participants from 13 countries,” said Aayushi.
Aayushi wants to pursue her studies from Mumbai as she feel the opportunities are more. As a girl she wants to start her career in a clean way and empower herself to be the voice not for herself but for others towards the dark side of the glam world.
Aayushi feels to believe in herself, keep dreaming big and then sky is the limit. She sees world like a family and spread peace and love to make it a better place to live. This happens to be her winning answer in the contest which makes the judges to believe the enthusiasm of this 16 year old girl from Vadodara.