- How you describe your own Personality and Persona.
There are 3 major parts to my personality: my principles, enthusiasm and motivation, fathoming the kind of person I am; inflicting decisions I make daily that define me. My principles consist of empathy, being just, honesty, being caring and humane, that I constantly express through emotions. Enthusiasm is for learning, experimenting and lending a hand. But my motivation says: make a difference in the world, to dream, to live everyday to the fullest optimistically with a never-say-die spirit whilst accepting and amending myself and my flaws with utmost effort alongside others, encouraging and seeing the best in them.
- Your Achievements that makes you feel high.
There have been some grand achievements in my life but the ones most uplifting are those in which I found a new definition of myself. The ones that changed something about me in ways unimaginable, like when I became a daughter capable to support my parents the way they did me, or even when I myself was blessed to be able to bring life to this world as a mother. Or even when I established myself as an entrepreneur giving myself a sense of direction of which my family can be proud of, or like being chosen for this contest.
- Define the true beauty.
Beauty comes in many forms, its significance therefore is subjective. I believe true beauty is what’s within, what defines you and your ideals ; inner beauty that’s inevitable shows on the outside. Beauty is not the way you look, but simplicity, originality, care you give, love you radiate and positivity you behold to the world. It does not depend on other’s perception of you nor their appreciation but your confidence, intentions, knowing and believing in yourself. Beauty has no criteria, no model answer, no checklist, everyone is beautiful in their own way and in what they have to offer this world.
- Do you consider yourself to be a giver or taker?
Predominantly I would say I’m a giver, but at the same time I believe give and take are part of this world’s equilibrium, a cycle that is inevitable. Yet my sense of giving is what guides me, as I feel a extraordinary happy feeling when I give someone my time, help or whatever it is I can offer them. To me, the idea of giving is not just tangible objects but is also about giving encouragement, strength, support, positive energy, maybe even a smile. Who better to know giving then a mother, who is more then joyful to do so.
- What is your favourite Idea of Holidaying?
My ideal holiday wherever my family, spending time with them is priceless. This could be a cozy day in or a wild extravagant excursion to a new place. Going to new places and getting to know new people helps me get a sense of the wonders the world has to offer. These experiences can change, relax and expand your perspective, helping you grow as a person. Although, a little cheeky me-time is also a good idea sometimes, to be able give the care your body needs and just soothe your mind.
- Why you are participating in Mrs India Earth?
This pageant is a stepping stone for me, that’s able to take me one step closer to my goal. Through participating in it I would like to prove to myself I am capable to overcome various challenges confidently and at the same time get new experiences. I would like to set an example for society and redefine beauty as a quality of the heart, acting as a motivator and model for others to follow their dreams as I have mine. Through this contest I will be given many opportunities to give back to society and make a difference.
- What do understand by Global warming and how can it be reduced to save earth?
Technically, Global Warming is the greenhouse effect caused my greenhouse gases trapping the heat in our atmosphere causing drastic environmental changes, ranging from extinction of species to rising sea levels as polar ice caps melt. To save it we must fix the cause, which is human actions and neglect towards the earth. Hence, the first step is changing perspective, avoid hypocrisy and motivating others empathise for the earth. Small changes like saving water, turning off the lights can make a difference, if we all make them united together. The hard part is fixing the “someone else will do it” culture.
- The Quote or saying that encourages you?
My favourite quote was said by Christian Dior, “Zest is the secret of all beauty. There is no beauty that is attractive without zest.” Which talks about beauty with dimension that can really portray and radiate how beautiful one truly is. This is what drives me to add zest to my own beauty, finding a purpose, following the path to my goal, and maintaining my caring-personality . So that in the end through my nature is how my beauty shines, and I think that such definition can make everyone feel better about themselves.
- If you were selected as a Charity Ambassador what Value addition would you like to make for our Society and how?
As a charity ambassador I would focus on providing and emphasising education and its importance, because I believe education is the most powerful tool there is which will help reform, sustain and develop our society as a whole. I would work on providing schools/education centres where everyone is welcome to learn without any discrimination and give them the resources they need to harness their potential. With more access to education people will know about things like living greener healthier lifestyles to all sorts of things to totally eradicate illiteracy and embark brighter futures for our society as a whole.
- Why do you think giving back to society is important?
Throughout life we take so much from society, unconsciously, to shape ourselves as we grow. But at the same time we realise what we take we must replenish and give back to sustain the society; so that it continues to flourish in the future. Society is family where you get your values, morals, interaction and much more. As its children we are not repaying a debt but building it up and caring for others in the family especially those you need a little help. Hence, to me giving back to society is vital to keep balance, as privileged/responsible citizens.