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Finalist Details

NEELAM M PAWAR

  • Mumbai
  • How you describe your own Personality and Persona.
  • My personality and persona combine to form me.Though my personality cannot be changed but it can be moulded as per the situation if any person is reaping happiness out of it.I feel i am represented by the things i do and people whom i make an impact upon,whether it is a helping hand to a blind for crossing the road or a smile on my face or a life long friendship. Choosing law as my profession has me confident and strong .I love studying .I like to keep making improvements in myself.after all no human is perfect but we can at least make an attempt to do so i also like to stand by people who really deserve it in my eyes. People who are more inclined towards self exaggeration are the ones whom i maintain a distance with because i feel people do notice what you are by your deeds and not how sound your bank balance is ,you need not advocate yourself before each n every one trying to prove how good you are. I also believe that you must never forget the people who made you who taught u who helped you and who were with you through your good and bad times.Gratitude is the most important aspect one must possess.I very well know that even after reaching d heights of success i still shall be a person down to earth and that is how it has to be because people may praise you on ur face but what is more important is what they have in their hearts for you which should always be kept on mind before acting and reacting.

  • Your Achievements that makes you feel high.
  • Being born as a daughter and getting promoted from being a kid to a mother of a 19 month old son is a big achievement.I became confident to go through all d troubles and bad conditions.I am law graduate from Pune university and a post graduate diploma holder in corporate laws,buisness laws and laws of mergers and acquisition management by scoring a first class with distinction from asian school of cyber laws.I have also completed my program in cyber laws after marriage when my baby was just a year old.I have also participated thrice in yashwantrao chavan state level mooting competition.Right from school i have taken part actively in debate ,handwriting,interschool natyawachan competitions and have also secured good ranks in it.I have also been an NSS volunteer from 2005 to 2006 and have also done anchoring during my school and college days facing a crowd of 200 audience. Thus i lack the fear of talking to people .I have also worked as the first anchor at ICC in pune which is the largest cable network in pune for its channel pune lifestyle. I was also working as the vice president of nationalist congress party’s student wing wherein i have actively worked for the students whenever they faced any issues through which i got a chance to b on d dias for press conferences as well.Lastly, it is the gesture of the people when they are happy with me that counts as my energy booster an thus an achievement for me.

  • Define the true beauty.
  • The colour of our skin ,looks and god gifted and not created by us.but it cannot decide whether that makes a person ugly or beautiful.Real beauty is what a person is from within and it can only be felt as it is unseen,it is being yourself and not being fake.it is being kind and not cruel,it is when tears roll down a persons cheeks and laughter sounds like music to ones ears,its also about d expressions of anxiety ,confusion and happiness and many other aspects of a person.True beauty can never be covered with makeup as beauty is not restricted to being perfect look wise infact beauty lies in the naturality like the messiness of your hair when you wake up . Theres one quote which says it all “beauty lies in d eyes of the beholder”

  • Do you consider yourself to be a giver or taker?
  • The quality of giving is filled up to the brim in women and so is the same is with me as i am a daughter ,a loving wife and a caring mother and i know what happiness lies in the process of giving to all those who deserve it.There is a huge difference between giving and giving up so i can confidently say that i am a giver and not a looser .The most erratic and sad people are those who are self obsessed but they never think that happiness always is placed in the treasury of those who loose themselves for the purpose of serving others.Albert Einstein has well said that”the value of a man resides in what he gives and not in what he is capable of receiving best example of giving for yourself is that when u GIVE love u get love ,u GIVE smiles and u recieve it back. Or u GIVE your 100 percent and success is ultimate and absolute as the end result. The habit of GIVING must not be taken for granted as a weak point though and givers have to set limits because takers rarely do! Lastly ,life is just for a while ..so make it worthwhile by giving n spreading happiness and trust me it is a bliss which lingers in the heart for whatever period we are here so think about what your rewards will be after giving something. Leave it all up to GOD ..After all “what you sow,so shall you reap.”

  • What is your favourite Idea of Holidaying?
  • Breaking the bars of the feeling of security affirmed by anyone else to me ,there is a weird but an awesome idea of solo travelling.The thought of solo travelling to a place wherein you wakeup making a wish to yourself acting like a genie and therby doing crazy and stupid things and all and everything that you want would be awesome. Spending an entire day without anybodys instructions and influences is my idea of holidaying because it would not only make me happy but would also encourage me to explore and educate myself on newer prospects .It would also inculcate more values of self independence and patience and also make me meet en number of people on my way making my journey much more interesting. Apart from this travelling with my family or just sitting back at home relaxing with my husband and kid with some cold coffee would make it all worthwhile.

  • Why you are participating in Mrs India Earth?
  • “India” and. “earth” are the words having great dignity and importance and can never be used normally unless there is any SUBSTANCE in a particular thing signifying it.I feel that this pageant holds one unseen criteria that of being a perfect blend of family values as well as modernised thoughts and a women participating in such pageant must have an intent of contributing and devoting towards the betterment of the society by balancing her family life. I feel that i am a perfect blend of all these qualities and understand the value of the title and have the confidence and guts to keep up the dignity of the crown provided i deserve it. I would not have been what i am today if my dad was not a part of my life as he is a person who has taught me to be self confident and inculcated the confidence of facing all the problems with courage with a “bring it on “style.He has always been against gender inequality and showed faith in me as a daughter by saying that i am not any less than a son to him.The support of my father,the blessings of my late beautiful mother ,my husband who has always believed in me and h has played a key role in my life .my husband makes me feel through his eyes how beautiful i am to him .lastly the feeling of making my kid proudly say to the world that ‘mazi mumma mrs india ahe’ makes me more geared up and focused.

  • What do understand by Global warming and how can it be reduced to save earth?
  • technically speaking,increase in the proportion of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases due to which the temperature of earths surface rises and results in global warming as heat emitted gets trapped and has no means to escape.It severely affects human health , climate and sea level.In order to combat global warming , firstly, we should focus on undertaking afforestation schemes aa trees are the lungs of nature.Secondly,we should make use of cycles or share our vehicle as that would reduce the emmittion of harmful gases as well as save our money.Lastly,there must be a binding force of law upon the rules governing pollution and deforestation.

  • The Quote or saying that encourages you?
  • Even though it is a simple old quote which has been taught to us since childhood ,but if used ,may create wonders.”Honesty is the best policy” This quote is d spinal cord of my life and i strongly believe in this because truth never dies .Though after seeing the present scenario,it sounds like a dream.Nowadays,dishonesty has become a way of life . I feel that a dishonest person with time has the strongest chances of loosing his dignity and spoiling his name thus taking him or her away from his or her friends and family.dishonesty leads to unhappiness but an honest person is always secured and happy from within because he is true and can look any man in the eye by being straightforward and upright.Thereby,the choice lies with us.What to be? Honest or evil and corrupt. Thereby,i strongly feel that if we choose the first point, indeed then we would realise how honesty is the best policy.

  • If you were selected as a Charity Ambassador what Value addition would you like to make for our Society and how?
  • Being a charity ambassador requires a personal connection to the cause along with the intention to work without any monetary profit giving all the necessary time along with dedication and planning.Charity begins at home no doubt and i believe in preaching and exhibiting only those things what I myself follow. Article 21 of the Indian constitution guaranteed us right to life with personal dignity but it is sad to see that many people are not able to make a positive use of this right guaranteed to us and one of which are the street children.I would like to work for the betterment of street children who are in some or the other way exploited and abused which leaves them emotionally shaken and traumatised .i would also want to try to eradicate child labour.A warm and caring atmosphere is much needed for the kids Bad health , homelessness and poverty are some of the critical issues which they face.poverty increases criminal tendency amongst children so the first and foremost step would be to educate the illiterate and poor about family planning.Giving birth to a child is comparatively easier than giving justice to the process of bringing it up.i feel a kid should only be given birth when we are able to bear their necessities and bring them up as better individuals. As regards to bad health full time nurses who wish to treat the children free of cost can really help with this and in case of homeless ness ,bathing rooms, proper nutrition ,etc from the fund received through charity and people who wish to spend time with such children will make them feel less homeless. Its quite appreciable to say that India has always been very active in promoting children’s rights. Afterall these little hands are going to structurise the future of India and if given a proper shape to the wet mud, a beautiful pot has to be emerged!

  • Why do you think giving back to society is important?
  • Mr Ralph Emerson who has quoted that “to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived.This is to have succeeded”.We should come out of the seclusions of temple and instead of putting our savings in the work of temple restructuring ,offering of gold,etc we must utilise it to restructurise the life of a needy because ‘service to mankind is service to God.We owe to the society because it gives us our identity, courage to face the practicalities.