By : Mohan Verma
Himachal Pradesh girl Ms. Chandni Sharma has won the prestigious ‘Indian Princess 2014’ title in Mumbai after defeating contestants from 20 states, said Ms. Varsha Rane, promoter of the Indian Princess and Indian Princess International beauty pageants.
Ms. Chandni, who is now touring her home state along with the promoters is supporting the cause for rural girl child education.
Hailing from a small town Gohar in Mandi district, Indian Princess titled said, there is no dearth of beauty in the hill state but the girls lack exposure and confidence.
Without losing the connection with the culture and their roots the hill women need to come out in all the fields, was the message she gave to the rural students who were given laptops and scholarships by her promoters.
The beauty pageant organizers having interests in running academic institutions and hospitality industry are now sending the winners to various international beauty pageants, said Ms. Rane. Chandni will now be contesting in Miss Intercontinental pageant in Myanmar.
The contestants after auditions from the different regions were trained in the areas of diction, fitness, grooming, etiquette, ramp walk, styling, photo shoots and international mannerism by eminent experts from all over the world who groom them to achieve perfection.
The Indian Princess International made for the NRI girls witnessed participation from more than 15 countries including South Africa, Netherlands, U.K, U.S.A, Malaysia, Germany, New Zealand, Latavia, UAE, Middle East, Spain and Singapore. Ms. Nadine Makhanlal from Netherlands won the Indian Princess International title.