- Brief About Yourself
My name is Shruti Juneja. I have been married for 5 beautiful years and I’m blessed with a son. I hold a masters degree in Business Administration. I have also done Masters in German (Economics). I’m an affectionate, positive and a fun loving person. I love taking new challenges in life. I'm passionate about travelling. I believe life is short to wake up to any regrets so I live each moment to the fullest.
- Your achievements that make you feel high?
Apart from all the academic and extra curricular accolades that I have won, my greatest achievement is being a mother. I never knew what unconditional love meant till I held my son in my hands for the first time. A woman is capable of handling various roles throughout her life i.e. a wife, a daughter, a sister, daughter in law, etc. but being a mother is her ultimate blessing and the biggest achievement.
- Define the true beauty
According to me True Beauty is skin deep. It is beyond all the physical attributes set up by the society. True Beauty is clarity of mind, purity of soul and love in your heart.
- Why you are participating in Mrs India Queen of Substance.
Mrs India Queen of Substance is a podium for married women to show their talent. I would like to set an example for all married women through this platform that you should never stop chasing your dream. It will also give me an opportunity to become the face of compassion and philanthropy. I would be able to influence people through my position to make this world a better place.
- If you were given the chance to live again, what would it be?
If I were given a chance to live again I would still like to be ME. All experiences in my life have taught me something and made me wiser. Changing any part of my life will automatically change my definition as a person, which I definitely don’t want.
- The Quote or saying that encourages you?
However long the night, the dawn will break.
- How you will contribute towards the not so fortunate children & women of our society.
I would like to contribute to the society by promoting education amongst the underprivileged. Illiteracy is the root cause for all evils in our society including population, unemployment, crimes, etc. Education must be promoted to break this vicious circle. I believe the future of our country is in the hands of these young ones. As a citizen it is our responsibility to provide the children with education. At the same time I would like to explain the women that there is no age for learning.