Apart from being the past title holder, for Miss Teenage Southern British Columbia in 2014, she participated in Nationals for Miss Teenage Canada. She was the youngest delegate at Provincial and National level and also the only Indo-Canadian delegate.
She has performed Bharatanatyam on the national stage because it was an art her roots and heritage bestowed upon her. Being philanthropic, she volunteered endlessly for many charitable organizations, charities and temples including United Nations.
In order to achieve greatness, one must remember to think positive, keep negativity away and stay focused on the big picture. Everyone who has ever become successful has had to work hard from the young days.
She enjoys working with kids and has a passion to pursue Medicine as profession and become a Paediatrician. She has won many speech contests also. Since Canada is such a welcoming Co
untry and encourages multiculturalism to such am extent, she always expresses her gratitude to be residing here.
She has given over 50 stage performances in the past few years. She has also received Young Achiever award[s] from charities and organizations in the community. She believes in Yoga and participated as a youth convener on the first International Yoga Day.
Great things are done by a series of small things bunched together. For Aashritha Art is her life and her life is art. With constancy to purpose and honesty of commitment, the future looks promising for her.
Due to all her contributions to society she was recognized as the Indo-Canadian Youth Achiever by Mr. Vishnu Prakash from the Indian Embassy. As a young achiever, she went to Toronto to welcome the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi o his last visit to Canada. She still strives to influence youth and other members of the community. She is proud of her identity and proud of the unique art, culture, and values she is engaged in
Prof. Surinder Kochhar (Shaun)
LPN, FCN, M.Com, CAIIB, DIM A freelance writer with 36 Years Exp. A Health Coach of University of Victoria