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Another coveted title for Bengalurean Mrs Aruna Singh is Mrs India 2017 runner up

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It has been raining crowns for Karnataka women as Bengalurean Mrs Aruna Singh has been recently honoured with the three coveted titles-Classic Mrs India 2017 runner up, Winner of Classic Mrs India-Karnataka 2017 and Mrs Inspirational 2017.
Addressing the media on Tuesday, Mrs Aruna Singh said, “I belong to the Rajputana family and was born and brought up in Bengaluru. My family and ancestors have been living in Karnataka for generations and we consider ourselves as proud Kannidagas in every way. I am a science graduate from Maharani’s Science College, Bengaluru. During my college days I have represented my state Karnataka and nationals in women’s cricket.” Mrs Aruna Singh was also adjudged as the best sportswoman in college for winning various field and track events. In fact, she was the first to take part at the college beauty pageant and bagged the very first “Miss Maharani’s” Crown.
With a work experience of 23 years in in the field of managing sales and India operations, she has been honoured with awards in the corporate world like – `Best Employee of the year’, `Leadership Award’, `Best Collaboration Award’etc. Despite working for long hours, she took time out on weekends and completed a one year business course in ‘Image Management’ from ICBI and is currently a practicing Image Consultant. She is also a certified `independent director’ from IOD and has written a thesis on CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility). Being a spiritual person, she also practice Pranic healing.
“I am blessed with an amazing big family where I live with my mother, husband, daughter, my brother and his family. They have always been very supportive to whatever I wanted to pursue in life. I decided to quit my job two years back to give more time to my family. Having that freedom on hand gave me time to think of all the dreams that I wanted to pursue. After doing a couple of fashion shows for friends, I was encouraged by my family and Mrs Karnataka director Pratibha Saunshimath to take part in the Mrs India Karnataka 2017 pageant. Dreams do come true, when nurtured with hard work, passion and dedication. One such dream of mine finally came true when I won the “Classic Mrs India Karnataka 2017” crown and being selected to represent my state at the Mrs India pageant was an icing on the cake. Feel proud and honoured to win the “Classic Mrs India 2017” runners-up crown at the Mrs India pageant held in Chennai on 4th July 2017.”
During the press meet, she said that the journey of winning two big crowns at the state and national level in a row had been a wonderful experience. The last seven months of 2017 have been very enriching. “We had to focus not only on our diet, exercises, ramp walk, talent and communication but also work on different kinds of assignments and projects where in we had to conduct many awareness programs which were women centric. I did a couple of projects, to name a few – `Confidence building at workplace’, `Look good to feel good’, `Power of Personal appearance’, etc., We also worked hard to prepare ourselves for the finale round to answer the Q&A. Apart from this it was also important for us to present ourselves proudly as queens working for a cause in the social media and be in touch with the audience. The Voting system at the pageant helped us connect to a larger part of the audience, family, friends and relatives who were all over the place requesting votes for their favourite contestant. My husband, daughter and my mom have stood by me like pillars for the last seven months supporting and helping me in every way possible to see me succeed. My daughter in fact took off one month from her college to be with me,” she added.
After winning the coveted title of Classic Mrs India 2017 – runners-up, Mrs Aruna Singh wishes to work more towards women empowerment and also help create awareness of how well they can manage their Image better in their personal and professional lives.
Mrs Karnataka director Pratibha Saunshimath (former Mrs India-Asia International) said that Mrs India-Karnataka was a gateway to national platform of prestigious events like Mrs India and Mrs India was a premier gateway to international pageants like Mrs Asia, Mrs Planet and Mrs World. “Here, we just don’t encourage only the young and beautiful but also women of all ages and colours. Here Winners are not who can look good and walk good but those who are completely responsible women. One such example is our state winner in the classic category (40-60 years). Mrs India-Karnataka classic winner Aruna Singh has brought accolades to our state by becoming the Mrs India 2017 runner up. She has set an example that women can still achieve and can still dream of becoming queens even after crossing the age of 40.”.

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