Finalist Detail 2015


  • Brief About Yourself
  • I am 31 years married female, closely bonded with two wonderful boys - my husband and my 8+ years son. Software Engineer cum MBA by profession, I see myself as an exuberant, sensual, charming, assertive and passionate person full of virtues. Quite popular in my circle as a good looking female with elite figure and a person full of self confidence and self esteem. Have always been titled as an all-rounder by teachers, professors and now by bosses. I am Fond of self grooming, social work, dancing and writing. I have always aimed learning as a journey and not a destination. So always looking forward for more opportunities where I can further explore myself and contribute towards society at a large. My dream project, my debut book is also getting published this year itself. One line tag for me would be 'fun loving as well as a responsible person'.

  • Your achievements that make you feel high.
  • We experience ups and downs at every stage and balancing them has been my greatest achievement. The way I have dealt with the worst and awkward situations has made me learn a lot more and that’s the best achievement. Apart from my academic qualifications, position at my esteemed organization and family setup, I feel immense pride and satisfaction that I am to able to spare ample time for social service and myself and at the same time able to do justice to all the above roles.

  • Define the true beauty.
  • According to me the true beauty is the way your inner strengths accentuate your outer self. So what needs to be worked upon is inside us. Outer shell will shine itself once the inside is polished.

  • Why you are participating in Mrs India Queen of Substance.
  • The Main motto of this pageant Mrs India – Queen of Substance aims to create & empower role models who will serve as ambassadors to Charity, enrich the perceptions to beauty, and enhance a new strength, energy and spirit for the advancement of women while positively impacting their communities, has quite fascinated me, as it aims at the strengths of women for making difference to the society. I see this pageant as a good opportunity to take my achievements to another level and provide myself with a platform where I can reach wider parts of the society and get associated with more lives. Moreover I am confident that with my dedication and love for my community, I will make a great titleholder.

  • If you were given the chance to live again, what would it be?
  • Of course it would be me again. I would love to come back and relive my beautiful life. It would be a wonderful journey to grab the missed opportunities and rejoice the good ones once again.

  • The Quote or saying that encourages you?
  • This famous quote from revered poet Harivansh Rai Bachan’s poem Koshish karne walon ki kabhi haar nahi hoti, encourages me always. The moment I feel low or given up I just recite this quote and/or even read the whole poem sometimes; it strikes a chord in me and keeps me moving. This quote has been my big support for many years now and has seemed to work miracles for me. I must say I never feel given up in my life due to such great souls. Poem is as follows: Lahron se darkar nauka kabhi paar nahi hoti koshish karne walon ki kabhi haar nahi hoti nanhi chinti jab dana lekar chalti hai, chadhti deewaron par sau baar fisalti hai, manka vishwas ragon me sahas bharta hai, chadhkar girna, girkar chadhna na akharta hai, mehnat uski bekar har baar nahi hoti, mehnat karne walo ki kabhi haar nahi hoti, dubkiyan sindhu me gotakhor lagata hai, ja ja kar khali haath laut kar ata hai, mile na sehaj moti gehare pani me, badhta duuna vishwas is hairani me, muthi uski khaali har baar nahi hoti, koshish karne walon ki kabhi haar nahi hoti, asaflta ek chunauti hai, sweekar karo, kya kami reh gayi, dekho aur sudhar karo, jab tak safal na ho chain ki neend ko tyago tum, sangharsh ka maidan mat chod kar bhago tum, kuch kiye bina jai jai kaar nahi hoti, koshish karne walon ki kabhi haar nahi hoti. -Harivansh Rai Bachchan

  • How you will contribute towards the not so fortunate children & women of our society.
  • There are innumerable miseries which I notice about the not so fortunate children & women of our society and feel very passionate to contribute towards their eradication. But everything cannot be done in a single go, so to begin with I