Manushi Chhillar crowned Miss World : After 17 years the crown won by an Indian.
The beauties of India have agriculturistsed their beauty in the world once more. Miss India Manushi Chhillar from India was declared Miss World 2017 in the Miss World contest held in Sanaya, China. The competition took part in 118 of the beauties around the world in which Manushi won the Miss World title all over the world leaving behind. Miss World Manushi is a Sonepat life of Haryana.
Miss Mexico, the second number in the competition, was the third in miss England. In the final round of Miss world India Manushi Chhillar, the jury asked which Prafeshan should have the highest salary and why? In response to that, Manushi said:
“the mother deserves the highest honor.” For this they must not salary in the cash but get respect and love.
Becoming a Miss World was a childhood dream of Manushi. In an interview, she said, “In childhood, I always wanted to participate in this competition and I never knew that I would reach here. Now winning the title of Miss World was not only mine but also my family and friends. Before going to Miss World, Manushi is also associated with the social work. During the menstruation of women, they have made awareness about 5000 women in a campaign related to hygiene.
Let’s say that until 1966, no Asian woman won Miss World title. Rita Faria, a student of 1966 medical final year, became the first Miss World from India. After that, Aishwarya Rai won 1994, Diana Hayden in 1997, Yukta Mukhi in 1999 and Priyanka Chopra won Miss World title in 2000.
After winning Miss India World 2017, Manushi could not continue with her studies and hence decided to take a break and prepare for Miss World. But her passion for health and women health is immense. Her project is related to menstrual hygiene. “Her current project is on women Shakti, menstrual and cleanliness. She is passionate about health and body,” said another friend.
BPS students have watched Miss World 2017 like a India- Pak match. Few were emotional then few celebrated it like Diwali. They can’t wait to welcome their friend who is just not a pride for the college but the entire country.
Ms. Chuhir is the sixth Indian woman to win the prestigious world title. Rita Faria was the first Indian woman to win the title in 1 9 66, then 1 9 41 in Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, 1 99 7 in Diana Hayden, 1 99 0 in yukata oriented and Ms Chopra in the year 2000.
The title winner last year, Stephanie Dale Vaile from Puerto Rico, had passed Ms Chhihar her entry.