MISS INDIA QUINTESSENTIAL IS ALL SET FOR THE FINALE ON THE 23RD FEBRUARY, 2020
The city of Gurgaon is the hub for many corporates, industrialists, and telecommunications, people of all parts of the country are present. The only thing that it needed was a pinch of glitter and glamour.
Beginning this year with a bang, G-Town society started this year by officially launching the beauty pageant Miss India Quintessential. The hunt began a year ago in every part of the country to choose the top finalists who would compete for the crown at the pageant on the 23rd of February. Anjali Verma, one of the ace designers as well as the official designer of Miss India Quintessential too is all set and excited to launch her collection with the pageant finalists.
This event was a curtain-raiser to introduce all the contestants to media, socialists and other general attendees. There was a Q&A round which involved the contestants to share their expectations from the pageant and the qualities that distinguish them from each other. The idea of physical beauty is a myth that has been inculcated in the people who had a wrong understanding of beauty. To break the barrier and look for something that makes you beautiful for what you are is what this pageant stands for.
The launch was organized after all the participants were trained and groomed for nine days at the accommodation provided by G-Town to all the finalists. The contestants were groomed under various categories like self-esteem and goal setting, personality development, social etiquette, styling, prepping up for the Q&A, etc. and are all ready to rock the floor on the final day.
Nishee Stephan, the Editor In Chief of the magazine and the board member of the pageant's jury member said, "We had a great launch and our contestants showed extreme confidence and are getting ready for the finale but the only one who shows extreme confidence and possesses the mixed balance of our new age India with fundamental values of our traditions and makes India culturally rich will be the winner and will then have the chance of her life to represent India on the international platform.”