Mrs India 2018 2019 Nandita

Mrs India 2018/2019

Mrs India Pageants and Productions Pvt ltd Proudly Presents Sixth Edition of Mrs India PageantMrs India 2018  India’s One and Only National Pageant for Married Woman . Mrs India 2018 Finalist for Theme Crown of Mrs India 2018.

Mrs India Pageants is the only existing Pageant in India for married Woman that hosts Nationwide Auditions and State Level Pageants on floor and then select Most Beautiful Indian Married Woman as Mrs India Finalist.

After long and tough selection process of here We present Mrs India 2018 Finalists who have been selected from Nationwide Auditions and Grandeur of Mrs India State Level Pageants .

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Lets Know our Mrs India 2018 Finalist :

  1. How you start your day?

Mrs India Finalist: My day starts with morning meditation, some yoga followed up with the everyday chores before I am ready for the office.

  1. Your most memorable moment of the Year 2018?

Mrs India Finalist:  My visit at my sister’s place in Singapore would I recall as the most memorable moment of this year so far. Despite several professional and personal impediments, I could manage to attend the family get together.

  1. What You would love to do in your free time?

Mrs India Finalist:  In my free time, I love training my vocal for hindustani classical music and enjoy dancing. Besides, I also share my experience on travelling to places with people through my online blog (@Venturernandu).

  1. What is Your Favourite Outfit?

Mrs India Finalist: Anything that makes me feel ‘myself’…comfortable, confident and happy.

  1. What is your favourite Vacation destination, How would you plan it ?

Mrs India Finalist: My favourite vacation destination would be any place where I can luxuriate in the beauty of Nature. I like reading blogs of people who share their experience about their travel experiences and when I find somewhere of my interest, I then decide upon my destination. I must admit that I am not too much of a planner. To me, not planning every details about the trip is something that keeps me anxious when I don’t exactly know what is to come. I like exploring things as it comes.

  1. If you can bring awareness about one Cause in the Society what that could be and Why?

Mrs India Finalist:  In our society, there exist several causes. If I could get to bring awareness about any cause it would be “Inequality”. Inequality prevails with discriminations based on religion, class, kinship, race, gender, age, sexual orientation and power. It’s disheartening that people are favored or judged based on these trivial details. When these conditionings exist in a society, people feel discouraged and have no longer faith in his own countrymen. Thus, resulting to conflicts, corruption and immoral activities. Even in the 21st century, we deny transgender in our society. We treat a female child differently than a male child. Though the government and several organizations are working for it still there are many more to reach. We all must contribute towards obliterate these issues on the individual level. It is not only the responsibility of the government but also the responsibility of its citizen. Every citizen is responsible for the poor performance of its country. So, people must take up their individual responsibility in transforming our society. When people are given equal opportunities to grow, they will blossom into better human beings.

  1. What is Your Favourite Dish you love to relish anytime?

Mrs India Finalist:  I relish several dishes as a foodie but to name a favourite I would say chicken biryani which has been my all time favourite since childhood.

  1. If you can eradicate one issue of the society what that could be?

Mrs India Finalist:  If I could eradicate one issue of our society it would certainly be Illiteracy. Illiteracy serves as one of the root cause of several other problems that are holding back our country’s growth and development. If we can have educated people, people who are aware then problems like unemployment,  poverty, communalism, child abuse, inequality, crimes etc. can atleast be reduced to an extent. Educated people can bring a definite change in the society.

  1. What is the Mantra of your Life?

Mrs India Finalist:  “Har pal yahan jee bhar jiyo, jo hai samaa kal ho na ho.” I am a firm believer in living life to its fullest. I cherish every moment whatever comes my way. Everything happens for a reason and for good. Be happy and spread the happiness to others is what I follow.

  1. One New thing that You want to learn

Mrs India Finalist:  “Life is a learning process”. Every single day we learn different things, sometimes it’s through a mistake made by us, sometimes from others experiences and so on. If I get to learn something new, I would like to choose languages as I find it very intriguing. Language is the only medium with which one can express oneself better or can communicate with others. When one speaks the language native to a group or place, it makes them feel comfortable even if the person is a stranger. In my everyday schedule, through my little efforts I try to pick up quotes from people I meet from different dialects. Learning a language would be fascinating.

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