Pune: The Tiara Girl, Eesha Agarwal who won the Ms. India Exquisite pageant, 2015 will be representing India in the Ms Exquisite International in Baltimore (USA) on 4th August, 2015. India Exquisite Pageant 2015 was concluded on 16th June 2015 at Delhi recently. She was also awarded the “Photogenic Queen” among 30 girls.
Eesha was a nutritionist at Aundh before getting into modeling. She then realized her potential and she wanted to enter the modeling world because she felt she could win awards and present herself in a good way.
Eesha started her journey at the coaching Institute “The Tiara” where Pageant Coach Ritika Ramtri trained her and made her dreams come true. While talking to the press Eesha said, “I won Miss Pune in 2013 where I beat 400 girls to take the crown and title. This was a stepping stone for my career which I needed to get to the top.”
I got an opportunity to be a part of India Exquisite Pageant and where with the grace of the god I won MS. India Exquisite Queen. I am grateful to God, my parents and my coach (Ritika Ramtri).My passion for life is my driving force towards my accomplishments and I feel on top of the world.
She also said, “My crown comes with lots of responsibility and I make sure I live up to it. Now representing India in Baltimore, USA in August, I am super excited as I see my dreams come true, I am all geared up to give the best possible version of myself and bring back the crown and pride to India and show what Indian models are capable of doing on the International stage.”
India Exquisite Pageant’s mission is to provide women the opportunity to showcase their beauty, intelligence, and platform in a fabulous, high-energy show that celebrates the unique and diverse women of today – all ages, sizes, and ethnicity. Through these pageants they will embrace inner and outer beauty and promote the spirit of volunteerism. The goal is to present role models armed with self-worth and empowerment not only for our younger generation but for all women. Thus, celebrating womanhood and showing that women can make a difference and prove themselves on the domestic and international stage!
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