India celebrates as girl brings Miss Universe Crown to home after 21 Years

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Indian girl Harnaaz Sandhu wins Miss Universe contest 2021, inspires Youths to believe in self

India celebrates as girl brings Miss Universe Crown to home after 21 Years

India has been strange in its diversity. When this country has extreme poverty, hunger, crime, it has a highly Educated population, beauty, industry. Burdened with rape, dowry deaths this nation is parallelly racing with developments where sons and daughters of the soil are achieving at the global stage, bringing medals, international awards to home.

In the positive race state Punjab girl, Harnaaz Sandhu has scripted history after she was crowned as Miss Universe in 2021. Before her in 1994 and in 2000 Sushmita Sen, Lara Dutta brought this crown. So after almost a decade, Harnaaz has beat around 80 nations’ contestants and won the crown.

Reports say that she will be treated to traditional home foods 'makki ki roti' and 'sarson da saag' by her parents when she comes back to her hometown, Chandigarh.

She is the 70th winner of Miss Universe Crown. Harnaaz’s dazzling smile as if saying that the Sun has risen for her today while being crowned by her predecessor Andrea Meza of Mexico.

Miss Universe 2021 Harnaaz Sandhu is a model and pursuing her Master’s Degree in Public Administration.

Sandhu was asked in the competition to leave a message to the women of the society on how to manage the pressure they face every day. She replied, “The biggest pressure the youth of today is facing is to believe in themselves…… to know that you are unique and that's what makes you beautiful………..Stop comparing yourselves with others and let's talk about more important things that are happening worldwide. This is what you need to understand.............You are the leader of your life. I believed in myself and that's why I am standing here today”.


Submitted: December 13, 2021

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Lovely words from her. Well thought out. There's a conscience and a soul behind them.

I genuinely believe India is poised to save us from the horrors of globalisation and commercialism, and callous materialism, avarice fulfilled, and gently bring us back to our spiritual connection to other animals, the Earth, and the cosmos. I don't see any other nation with anywhere near as much integrity, from my vantage point, at least. I'm so glad there is now massive backlash against the English divide-and-conquer regime. I imagine if the aboriginals tried that here in Australia, they'd just be massacred again like between ~1820-1930 (around the same time as the English regime in India).

Have you heard Vandana Shiva? Highly recommend, if not.

Enjoyed this. Thank you.

All the best.

Tue, December 14th, 2021 7:27am

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Thank You.... :)
It's true India is liberal, secular and people live unitedly. But we also face troubles, we have seen riots in India too but the harmony among people is still very strong.
Yes....I admire Vandana Shiva.

Tue, December 14th, 2021 7:22am

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