Finalist Detail 2017

Mrs. Shashwata

  • Bangalore
  • A Brief about yourself and how you describe your own Personality and Persona.
  • I am a woman with her eyes - full of dreams. I hail from city of waterfalls : Ranchi. Today, I am a green city resident & a proud Bangalorean living in Bangalore for the last 13 yrs. I have pursued my MBA in HR & Marketing and currently working for a MNC Capgemini in Bangalore. I have keen interest in the field of art and thereby, I live my passion as a freelancer singer, actor and model. I am adaptable, confident and fun loving. I believe in living my life to the fullest. I strongly believe that sky is the limit for those who have determination, dedication and adoration to fulfill their dreams.

  • Your Achievements that makes you feel high
  • One of my great achievements cum strength is my husband. I feel so because I have always been the way I want to be & this has been possible as I received immense love and support from him in good and in bad times that kept us going in every situation. The second is my winning title “Phoenix of the year South-India 2017” which indeed is a proud moment for me & my family. For me, that is an astonishing achievement as I was crowned by a renowned Bollywood Celebrity Isha Talwar where my picture topped the daily bulletins in all the popular newspapers.

  • Define the true beauty.
  • In my opinion, True beauty is when an individual is beautiful from inside. As I believe “True beauty” is a superset of our thoughts, actions, wisdom and attitude towards life. For Instance, if we are beautiful from inside, the action towards people would be generous and rightful. A beautiful person tries to define beauty in whatever they do as their inner thoughts are linked to their actions that which can truly define a person’s humane nature. I believe that internal beauty grows with time; as it is that internal beauty which turns out to be one’s nature and stays with us till our last breath.

  • What makes a complete, healthy and happy family for you?
  • A complete, healthy family to me is a family with no discrimination, no ego; where happiness and sorrows are the food that we share with each other. It is a family which believes in bringing the best out of each other and lives with love, understanding, peace and satisfaction. I believe as we share knowledge in our work place, follow the principle of adaptability, involve in real-time discussion to sort out different issues; in a similar way we need to grow in love and affection and be compassionate with our family members. This will enhance the bonding between the family members making our home a much happier place.

  • What is your favourite Idea of Holidaying?
  • My favorite idea of holidaying is to visit a place full of greenery and to enjoy nature’s beauty. In my opinion, nature is the real beauty that has an essence which you can never find in materialistic things.

  • Why you are participating in Mrs India Earth?
  • I am participating in Mrs. India Earth because I believe it is a platform where I can represent myself as a woman of today’s era with a big cause to save planet earth and that’s where I feel I can make a difference.

  • What bothers you most about what is happening in the country today?
  • Few of the major concerns of our country include corruption, deforestation, pollution, our current education system, child abuse & human organ trafficking. Corruption is one of the hot topic of discussion in Indian economy. I believe the major reasons to drive corruption is lack of education and awareness. People in rural areas are the ones who get exploited by the powerful people. Also as they are uneducated; while some of them are unemployed; for the sake of few currencies they indulge into actions that cost human lives and destruction of our natural resources. Pollution is an alarming issue nowadays as its leading to depletion of ozone layer, loss of wildlife, illness due to particle pollution and eventually global warming. Child abuse is another concern for Indian society as the percentage of sexual and physical child abuse is increasing day by day in spite of strong child welfare act which prevails in our country.Human organ trafficking is the upcoming concern of our society where out of 20 lakhs requirement which is created for transplantation only about 5 % is fulfilled by the organ donors.

  • The Quote or saying that encourages you?
  • One of the most inspirational quotes that I encountered was from Dalai Lama who says “The mind is like a parachute and it works best when it is open”. I strongly believe in these words and often work in the similar fashion. I believe our mind is a robot and it will function the way we want it to. If we think positive it will lead to positive outcome and so on.

  • What is true “Sportsmanship” for you?
  • According to me, a true sportsmanship is delivered by the one who plays to the best of their abilities without a thought to win or lose as that will follow eventually. A true sportsman should be emotionally strong and should stay focused to deliver the best. As I believe, the aim for any sport should be to bring out an athlete in us because an athlete develops endurance towards the sport & plays tactfully giving 100% without any expectations on the results.

  • If you were selected as a Charity Ambassador what Value addition would you like to make for our Society and how?
  • If I am made as a charity ambassador I would like to educate people on importance of environment protection & spread the environment awareness to all parts of the country with an aim to change the mindset of people by doing little to the one that nourishes us.