Miss World 2024 has started in Delhi


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India is hosting the Miss World pageant after 28 years. One hundred and twenty intelligent world beauties are currently in Delhi. The Miss World pageant started on 18 February and will run till 9 March.
Some programs will be held in Delhi and some in Mumbai. Sini Shetty will contest elections from India. The pageant also has some Indian connections.

Programs will be held in Delhi and Mumbai

Organized by India Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) in India, some events will be held at Bharat Mandapam, some events will be held at G20 Venue and later these events will be held in Mumbai. The finale will be held on March 9 at the JIO World Convention Center in Mumbai.

The opening ceremony was at The Ashoka Hotel on 20 February, which was telecast live on Missworld.com. The finale will be live-streamed by Sony LIV from 7:30 to 10:30 pm. Visit the website and Instagram for more updates on the live broadcast. The website also provided information about the contestants, their activities and their profiles so that we could assess why they deserved to be among the top 20 finalists.

Today, 115 participants gave a 2-minute purposeful speech at Bharat Mandapam yesterday. Miss World Sports Challenge will be held in New Delhi. There will be a face-to-face challenge once again on 23rd February at Bharat Mandapam.

In Mumbai, the events that will take place are – ‘The World Top Designers Award’, ‘Miss World Top Model’, ‘Miss World Talent Finale’, Multimedia Challenge Final and of course, the grand finale, the coronation.

Indian connection in Miss World pageant

New Zealand contestant Navjot Kaur is the first woman of Indian origin to represent the country in a beauty pageant. Miss World 2019 Toni Ann Singh is also here. She is a Jamaican resident of Indian origin.

India’s six previous winners are as follows:
Rita Faria – 1966
Aishwarya Rai – 1996
Diana Hayden – 1997
Yukta Mukhi – 1999
Priyanka Chopra – 2000
Manushi Chillar – 2017

By looking at the list of Indians who have won the Miss World pageant, we can understand the impact of winning the Miss World pageant on the lives of the winners. The Miss World lifestyle takes a leap to achieve the best in the world. They get a chance to meet the best people, travel the world, and be a voice for humanitarian causes. As Sushmita Sen once said, “It’s a finishing school”.

The founder of Miss World is Eric Morley, and now his widow, Julia Morley, is the pageant’s president. The motto of Miss World is ‘Beauty with a Purpose’.

What perks and cash does Miss World title winner get?

  • A Miss World winner achieves the following:
  • bejeweled crown
  • Prize money approximately $1.5 million. Which is approximately ₹12.4 crore
  • Miss World brand ambassador
  • Perks provided by Miss World sponsors
  • Conversations with the best designers and photographers
  • A team of assistants for makeup and designers
  • Travel the world as a champion of humanitarian causes. And the expenses for food and accommodation are borne by Miss World.

The contestants visited Rajghat (Gandhi Memorial), and four of them spoke in Hindi, sharing their message about the Mahatma. The contestants’ messages are translated into English as follows:

Welcome to India and welcome to Mahatma Gandhi Memorial.

Sini Shetty from India

Gandhi is a freedom fighter who has influenced our world.

Shami Islam Blue from Bangladesh

Gandhi taught us about the philosophy of nonviolence and we carry his spirit with us. We will take her spirit to Miss World.

Priyanka Rani Joshi from Nepal

The philosophies of Mahatma Gandhi and Miss World match, so we are here to honor her life.

Navjot Kaur from New Zealand

After almost three decades, India has got the opportunity to have a first-hand experience of hosting Miss World. You must have seen beautiful women at airports with luggage and their national flag. And for the beauty contestants and their countries, it is a chance to experience the vibrancy of India.

Archana Kochhar is the official designer, and weavers will showcase India’s rich textile tradition at the event.

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