Fashion technology graduate takes traditional terracotta jewellery to west 

Focusing on highbrow concepts as well as fine crafts skills. Smriti, a final year B Tech (Fashion Technology) student pursued her passion for jewellery design, taking India’s terracotta jewelery to foreign countries.

Starting business at the age of 15, Smriti is currently pursuing her final year of B Tech (Fashion Technology) and is earning around Rs 30K per month through Shikha Collection. At the same time, she wants to make her business a huge terracotta platform in the coming times, where many terracotta artists like her can sell their products.

Recently she participated in an international competition, the Global Student Entrepreneur Award (GSEA). She was the only girl among three children selected from India in this competition and was also the second runner up in this international platform.

She employs around 10 designers and advises everyone like herself to work on their skills. She believes that age doesn’t matter to try anything new, just passion and interest is needed. Buyers can contact Smriti here to know more about Shikha Creations.

In the year 2020, he had received a bulk order from Singapore through social media, after which he got many more orders from Singapore. She said that people are taking a fancy to her captivating designs and consequently place orders to her by social media.

Being made of clay, sending these products abroad is also a responsible task. But Smriti pays special attention to the packing of her products and also explains to her customers about its maintenance.

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