The Northeast today.
The beauty, throughout her life, has had many special memories – some painful and sad, and some wonderful and happy. Talking about the three best memories of her life, she said: “My childhood memories were the best possible – the carefree days of pure joy. I can never forget them. My second memorable phase of my life was when I was left
Gargee is a fine arts student, trained at Ravindra Sangeet and
“It’s magical and incomparable. I always feel like it’s a dream. I have this constant feeling of emotional boost that goes through me every day. Miss India has been a dream ever since I I remember all those nightly chats with my younger sister and watching contest videos to know and understand what this platform is all about?After extensive research when I actually understood what this platform is reserve for women and how it can add value and touch lives as much as possible, I was determined to be a part of it and do my part for the development of myself and my society,” she said while speaking of his dream come true.
She comes from a simple middle class family, her father is a civil servant and her mother is an entrepreneur who runs her beauty salon in Shillong. Speaking about her life journey, she said: “It has been a constant pursuit of faith rather than fear. I come from a family of incredible supporters. My parents, my grandparents and my siblings m have always been supportive. But I’m not shy about saying out loud that my parents don’t share a healthy bond/relationship. Although they’ve been great in their own way in helping me, and as individuals , but together they don’t make a great team and aren’t compatible at all.
She added: “Growing up that was my biggest insecurity; for a while I was scared and didn’t know how to handle it, I had anxieties and as a child I was affected in so many ways, but I always knew I would come out of it strong. Today, at this age and stage of my life, I understand the value of life and its purpose, and I support them all both if they are willing to have separate lives. Your inner battle will be part of your success story; it will make you stronger – embrace it.”
She believes in the motto of making a change and has been a helping hand to the needy in these difficult times for society. For her, as the saying goes, charity begins at home; she would like to start with the basics. According to her, “It is a tragedy that this part of
She also dreams of creating an NGO, it is her social dream project to uplift the underprivileged. Talking about it, she said, “My goal is to open an NGO,
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With courage, confidence and honesty, she has put everything in place for her journey to the crown. And we wish her all the best for her big run at VLCC presents Femina Miss India 2022 co-powered by Sephora, Moj & Rajnigandha Pearls.
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