Finalist Detail 2015


  • Brief About Yourself
  • I am a very proud mother of a 21 year old beautiful daughter. God has given me immense strength to be a successful corporate professional and carry myself with dignity and pride. Am a very attractive perfectionist, possess excellent communications skills. I Love God the force of strength, Power & Warmth! Like to sit and chat with elders and play with children. Certainly fortunate to be a Carmelite (Commerce student,MBA in Business Management). Have work experience of 30 years in Diplomatic Missions, Hospitality, Insurance & Risk Management. Proud to be an Indian ,belonging to a Sikh family.I get inner happiness in sharing &train the not so fortunate enabling them to stand on their feet with dignity .

  • Your achievements that make you feel high?
  • A Self-made successful corporate.A single parent having brought up a daughter.High commitment and dedication have won me manyaccolades. Making my late Father very proud.Bringing a smile on elderly and underprivileged. Recognition at work.Caring gestures & unconditional love gives me a high !

  • Define the true beauty
  • Beauty is of the soul and mind. It certainly isn’t physical or youthful – think Nelson Mandela in his latter critical years or Mother Teresa, it’s very much internal. If you think good and feel good you would say well and do well.

  • Why you are participating in Mrs India Queen of Substance.
  • I am a woman of substance. And now,I would like to be a Queen of substance. Excel myself that gives me opportunity to do good deed for the needy. From the days following my marriage break-up, I realised that as a young mother, fighting to maintain custody of my daughter in an acrimonious court environment I had inner strengths that can be utilized to assist others. I believe that the high profile that Mrs India Queen of Substance gives can be of great benefit in enlarging my reach in the charitable areas, giving credibility and assisting in gaining support physically, mentally and financially.

  • If you were given the chance to live again, what would it be?
  • A normal healthy person with loads of good heart to share my wealth and happiness with needy and deprived. Someone who could really make a difference at a global level, we need to eradicate world poverty, harmonise religions, reduce pollution and harness greed…… However I regret Superwoman remains a fictional figure

  • The Quote or saying that encourages you?
  • Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever. Gandhi Keep your face to the sunshine and you can never see the shadow. Helen Keller Don’t count the days, make the days count. Muhammad Ali

  • How you will contribute towards the not so fortunate children & women of our society.
  • I will contribute by giving time, love and care. Playing with them, sharing and listening to stories, help them realize what they enjoy and makes them happy. Training them with skill sets to stand up for themselves with pride. Briefing the Women to recognize their inner strength, they are more powerful and stronger than men. God has given them the role of handling the family, relatives, run the house, handling pregnancy, as we are the one who can handle the endless pain. Live with pride and dignity, inducing skill sets to earn a livelihood