New Delhi [India], April 30: Rashi Parasrampuria was crowned as Miss. Teen India International at the Miss Teen Diva 2020 pageant in January 2021. She was crowned as the successor to Aayushi Dholakia.
Miss Teen International is the world’s biggest teen pageant and Rashi will be representing India at the pageant. Miss Teen International has been happening since 1966. India will be aiming for a back-to-back win at Miss Teen International.
Parasrampuria is a student of Bachelors’ in Business administration at Narsee Monjee Institute in Management Studies. The 18-year-old has been good in studies who secured 97 percent in the board exams of class 10th and 12th. She holds a keen interest in Dancing, public speaking, and marketing.
She won Beauty with a Purpose at Miss Teen Diva 2020 where she raised more than 5 Lakh rupees to support the education of the underprivileged. She has been actively working on different social projects such as environment, cancer, etc, and keeps dedicating her time to bring a significant change.
Rashi will have huge responsibilities on her shoulder at Miss Teen International 2021 as she will be competing with more than 30 countries for the crown. The last Miss Teen International, Aayushi Dholakia is from India and it gives a lot of expectations from Rashi at the pageant.
Winning the Miss Teen India 2020 crown brought tears to Rashi’s eyes. She says that the efforts of 15 months counted and the feeling of being crowned as the queen was like a dream come true. I am privileged to have been believed in by the organization and the national director.
Upon asking about the Miss Teen International pageant, Rashi said that “She is only focusing on her preparations and not letting any pressure affect her. The responsibility to represent India and wear the sash of India is an unmatched opportunity. Very rare girls get to represent their nation and representing India at the world’s biggest teen pageant is absolutely a privilege to have. No words shall be enough to describe my gratitude and the privilege I have been rewarded with. I want to enjoy every bit of it and make my nation proud.
New Delhi [India], April 28: Aishwarya Vinu Nair from Kerala crowned as Miss Teen India Earth at Miss Teen Diva 2020 held in January 2021. She will now represent India at the Miss Teen Earth pageant to be held in December. The host country of the pageant will be announced later this year.
Aishwarya Vinu Nair is a 16-year-old belonging to the Alleppey district of Kelara, however, raised in the United Arab Emirates. She is a 12th-grade student studying in Dubai Scholars Private School, Dubai. She holds a keen interest in dance, karate, and modelling. She is a professionally trained classical dancer, a black belt holder in karate, and a very passionate model. She is also an active environmentalist and has been working actively on her advocacies related to the environment.
Her success story adds winning the Ultimate Solo Winner at India’s International Groovefest 2018. She has also participated in and won classical dance competitions at the Kerala State level. She has won several gold medals for Karate at UAE open tournaments.
She works with a non-profit environmental organisation which is also the first environmental NGO in the world to be ISO 14001 certified and the first environmental organization in UAE to be accredited to the United Nations.
Aishwarya says that “Since she got selected as a national finalist for Miss Teen Diva, she had diligently prepared herself for the journey of self-transformation. The lockdown period gave her a lot of time to work on herself. She worked on her body, communication skills, practiced Questions and Answers, and improved her ramp walk. She also took online pageant training from India. She was determined and excited about the pageant. She wanted to give it her best no matter what happened. It started as her mother’s dream to see her wear the beautiful crown and the sash across her shoulder. This dream instilled in her gradually but firmly. This pageant will always have a special place in her heart as it gave wings to her dreams.”
When asked about her thoughts she said, “I am excited to represent India, also I hope that girls around me would also believe in their dreams and make them into reality.”