Finalist Detail 2019

Vandana Singh

  • Chhatisgarh
  • A Brief about yourself and how you describe your own personality and persona.
  • My self-Vandana Singh. I am born & raised in incomparable festive state of India, Gujarat. I am post graduate in English literature. I am married and mother of two children. I am lacto-vegetarian. Surely, I love nature, and call myself lover of nature. I know English, Hindi & Guajarati. God made beautiful lady to me and put greeneries all around to us. I like meadows, green pastures to walk on. For me music means the chirping of birds, hustling sounds of trees, books in running brooks. The mother earth suffices me, it’s a great society in itself and the most common sight since my child hood.

  • Your Achievements that makes you feel high.
  • M proud of my parents who got me admitted to the convent school when I was four years old, which enriched my personality throughout. The love & care of my teachers boosted my personality throughout from the very beginning. I pursued my Master’s degree in English and to show gratitude to all the teachers that make me feel high. I have respect for all the religions and class of society. And thus, I command the same from everyone in the society; & that makes me proud of myself. I have received several awards academically and in various activities performed by me like dancing, choreography, working for Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, Environment awareness etc. My power point presentation on the three R’s Reduce, Ruse & Recycle organising events & the list goes on. I have a pageant award of Queen and Photogenic at club. Friends admire me for my glamourous look & my fitness. As I am always complimented for looking younger than my age makes me really really honoured & privileged.

  • Define the true beauty.
  • Beauty is a termed neatness accessed with all the Etiquette required in a person, careful to general civility and obligingness, possessed by admiration. I believe in that beautiful woman is who have mastered the art of human observation. Beauty is all about how we feel and think about our bodies, where health is at stake, nothing should be considered. The true wellness is not about the vital statistics of a body but a tender heart is an acknowledgment of a coveted beauty.

  • What makes a complete, healthy and happy family for you?
  • Domesticity is an ultimate concern for me A women is recognised by her family, irrespective of her role in it. She is an inspiration in the family as a sister or a mother. A family which cares about the women and children’s feelings & needs and supports in all spheres of life is a healthy family. Each member more or less should be like a hermit in their character. That makes a good family. Children and the elder ones should be always helped & supported in their difficult times. Rebukes at every mistake is a necessary step while nurturing children. Only healthy family can contribute in the development of a wealthy Country ahead.

  • What is your favorite Idea of Holidaying?
  • I love walking at the bays of rivers and ponds, I prefer to visit river Ganga, enjoy the Ghats. My favourite is Dashashwamedh Ghat, the boat rides & Ganga Arti. As I have said earlier, I like to move in the woods, in the fields, enjoy the flowers blooming everywhere. I prefer to go and visit children & women in the nearby villages, talk to them about the awareness programmes about hygiene and encourage them to send their children to school and restart schooling for dropouts as I am associated with the Ekol Global organisation for primary education in remote areas.

  • Why you are participating in Mrs India Earth?
  • Mrs India Earth is a platform given to women to explore their passion & compassion. My orientation towards nature and its beauty attracts me to present my views at a platform from where my feeling and message to society could be delivered. I love modelling since childhood, this is also an opportunity for me to showcase my talent through my beauty at heart and mind nurtured by the mother Earth. I will be able to convince the society in more effective manner as the winner of Mrs. India Earth pageant.

  • What bothers you most about what is happening in the country today?
  • Still there are several remote areas and many villages where children are derived from primary education and basic amenities. Government and Society need to curb the problems of malnutritioned children through their mid-day meals. Defacation in open areas should be avoided (ODF) and it can only be possible through the spread of awareness of the schemes and programmes and education about hygiene launched by the Government eventually. Global warming is also a big issue which is worrying. Children should be encouraged for plantation of trees and protection of environment and keeping the river beds clean. Ban on use of plastics is required strictly followed by the shop-keepers. I believe gender equality is another main issue globally. To eradicate poverty and to eradicate corruption, Women empowerment is necessary in all fields of their choice. Which will lead to facilitate National development of the society. Gender bias is unreasonable and wrong on so many levels.

  • The quote or saying that encourages you.
  • “Where there is kindness, there is goodness. And where there is goodness, there is magic” I believe in kindness to everyone. Kindness to all creatures on Earth. Animals, birds, trees, all living beings in the environment. I feel Gods presence in nature. I like to stay in nature, it encourages me to be honest truthful like prayers. I can see nature dancing at heart, which makes me fall in love with nature every morning by the sight of the blooming flowers. And that’s truly a Good Morning by nature, which makes my day and encourages me to be brave and confident. Kindness and goodness always creates magic of fulfilling our wishes dreamt by heart.

  • What is true “Sportsmanship” for you?
  • True sportsmanship comes from my heart within. I believe in that one should be happy with another person’s success. Shouldn’t feel jealous of any one’s good days. I believe in to “live & let live”. Instead of shortening other people’s line, we should draw our own line longer if want to compete with another or show that you are better than the previous one. This is what I was taught in school. Staying positive is a key towards true sportsmanship. Sportsmanship is not a material but a felling in a positive manner for each and every person who are successful achieving anything in their lives at any level of their choice.

  • If you were selected as a Charity Ambassador what Value addition would you like to make for our Society and how?
  • If I were selected as a charity Ambassador, I would like to promote the eco-friendly outfits and wish to be a show stopper wearing an eco-friendly dress on the ramp. I would like to wear flaunting designer dresses termed as ‘progressive’ in today’s world and promote Government’s scheme of “Beti Bachao Beti Padhao” and “Swachh Bharat Abhiyan” campaign by Government of India.