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Miss World 2017 Manushi Chillar a perfect combination of beauty and brain


Miss World 2017 Manushi Chillar clinched the Miss World 2017 title after a gap of 17 years. It is a proud moment for India. A twenty-year medical student from Sonipat, a small town in Haryana aspired to make it big and did it. Ms. Manushi is a combination of beauty with brain. She is academically bright a board topper, she is also trained Kuchipudi dancer, poet, sporty and now Miss World 2017. She should be a role model for youth, who aspire to make it big.

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Coming from a highly educated family, her father a scientist with D.R.D.O and mother an Associate Professor and head of Neurochemistry at the Institute of Human Behaviour And Allied Sciences. Her siblings too in professional courses, she aspired to become a doctor. She being in the second year of her M.B.B.S. course intends to complete her studies, in spite of winning the crown at a young age. She competed against 118 contestants in the Chinese city of Sanya and was crowned here by the former Miss World Stephanie Del Valle from  Puerto Rico.


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Her early schooling was from St. Thomas school, New Delhi and now she is pursuing M.B.B.S from Bhagat Phool Singh government medical college for women in Sonipat. Her ambition in life is to become a cardiac surgeon and open a chain of nonprofitable hospitals in rural areas. The ideology of simple living and high thinking is visible.

Endowed with a flawless complexion, she manages a strict regimen with her diet and keeping her body toned and beauty intact. Her personal motto is ‘when you cease to dream, you cease to live.’

Manushi nailed it well when was asked; which profession according to her deserved the highest salary and without ado, it was ‘The mother who deserves respect and love, not in cash but overall, for her selfless actions’. She herself holds her mother in high respect and looks up to her as an inspiration.

Manushi has been an active campaigner for women in various villages. She kick-started a ‘project shakti’ to spread awareness on menstrual hygiene in villages. So one can see how at a young age she is grounded, educated and exudes grace compared to others of her ilk.

As it is rightly said by Eleanor Roosevelt; ‘The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams’.


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