Mrs India 2018 2019 Garima

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: Being a pilot in the Indian Air Force my day usually starts pretty early.Most briefings on the various  missions and tasks are conducted before sunlight.My alarm clock makes sure that I am up and going,well in time without any option of snooze.On waking up I pump up my adrenaline with music and do some stretching,which gets me going fully charged and energised to take on the rest of the day. When fully ready I keep at least 15 minutes to connect to the higher power so as to express my gratitude,count my blessings and to keep my feet deeply rooted with my soul soaring high.

  1. Your most memorable moment of the year 2018?    

Mrs India Finalist: I’ve always loved and admired butterflies,because they transform themselves effortlessly and gracefully.For a girl in uniform who is programmed to do march pasts, giving a shot in a beauty pageant and being committed to master the cat walk,I literally  moved from boots to bellies.While I love wearing the blue uniform, I was equally enthusiastic about wearing my pink evening gown.Armed forces has taught me to enjoy the uncertainty of life with a smile , embrace it with open arms and  believe in making every second of life count but undoubtedly my decision to try ramp is till date the most memorable event of 2018.

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

Mrs India Finalist: In my free time I look forward to spending quality time with my friends,family and with my five year old young man.My Me-time also involves looking after and pampering myself with indulgences such as a spa,a good outing to a restaurant,watching educational videos on youtube, or going for a drive to recharge myself.

  1. What is your favourite outfit?  

Mrs India Finalist: My green overalls with wings on my chest  is my favourite outfit as I have earned it with my sweat and blood.It is just not an attire but my identity that I have worked hard for and each day endeavour to live up to the expectations that I have on my shoulders as an officer. When not wearing the uniform I admire and enjoy wearing sarees which is the most feminine garment and adds to the glamour quotient of every Indian woman.

  1. What is your favourite vacation destination and how would you plan it?

Mrs India Finalist: My favourite vacation destination is a place away from the hustle bustle and the routine. Being an aviator,I consider myself extremely lucky to have had experienced the bird’s eye view from the third dimension.Courtesy the adventurous and globe trotter nature of my profession and added with versatility of a chopper of being capable of landing in limited space, I have had the opportunity of landing at places such as Gangotri,the source from where Ganga originates.Given a chance I would love to go there with my family. This time I would hire a civil charter helicopter so that my folks can also enjoy and experience the joy of flying between snow clad mountain peaks and landing next to the river bed.

  1. If you could bring awareness about one cause in the society, what that could be and why? 

Mrs India Finalist: Equality is something that humans naturally tend to crave. Wherever whoever is a weaker section of the society, he/she/they need empowerment. Women especially are a major part of the society which is yet to be empowered to their full potential.Women should get equal opportunities to grow, learn and add value to the society in whatever way they feel happy with. We need more Kalpana Chawlas, Chanda Kocchars, Indira Nooyis and Mother Terressas.For a healthy and balanced society, all segments need to be treated fairly equal.

  1. What is your favourite dish you love to relish anytime ?

Mrs India Finalist: My all time favourite dish is Rajma Chawal.Given a choice, I can eat it for the rest of my life,everyday.Whenever I return home to my mother,I demand it to be specially cooked for me.Recently I payed visit through trek to Maa Vashno Devi near Jammu and after a 14 km steep climb when we could eat Rajma Rice on the top ,it was the best feeling in the world,the taste still lingers on and while I am writing this answer,I am already salivating 😉

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

Mrs India Finalist: If I could completely eradicate one issue from the society, it would be child abuse.A child is a delicate reflection of us, who with a tender heart absorbs everything exposed to.For the foundation of a strong tomorrow,we have to safeguard and protect our children and give them an open society where they can flourish and grow without fear.

  1. What is the Mantra of your Life ?

Mrs India Finalist: My mantra in life is a gentle reminder that “ Life is Good” and when I say that,I give myself a thumbs up as it quickly fills my heart with love,hope and allows me to see the brighter side of life even in the most challenging times and gives me strength to believe that tough times don’t last but tough people do.

  1. One new thing that you want to learn ?

Mrs India Finalist: I am a believer that everyday comes into our lives with a chance to learn something new, to achieve something more and gives us a choice  to become a better version of what you were yesterday.While my bucket list is very long for the things I want to learn,at present I am very keen on learning to play guitar.Apart from great cognitive benefits such as  improving focus, intelligence, and motor skills,it has many emotional health benefits. Music boosts creativity and is deeply therapeutic.Plus it gets you in center stage and makes people easily connect to you within no time.