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The Uniqueness Of Indian Beauty

Thursday - December 14, 2017 8:03 pm , Category : WTN SPECIAL

By Jaya khare 
 
Conventionally, even by a westerner, Indians are considered beautiful.They have a colour tone, i.e. a complexion that is drastically different from the white of the west.

There is a wide diversity in complexion that makes each individual different from the other. Apart from that, there is wide diversity in features as well, which again is a distinctive Indian character.

 The physical features of Indians are all widely different from each other. In China, or Japan or England or Australia, this is not the case. They are of a particular breed and the physical features largely match. India is a land of so much ethnic diversity that the features are bound to vary.

 A Delhi girl will be totally different in shape, complexion and features than a Chennai girl for instance. One from Assam will have no similarity in features with her peer in Gujarat. Perhaps this variation and newness is a reason for India regularly featuring high in the world beauty pageants year after year. 

Manushi Chillar from Haryana won the Miss World contest this year beating 118 opponents and carried back the crown to India after a hiatus of 17 years.

 It was way back in 1966 that Rita Faria won the first title for India. It was followed by Aishwarya Rai who was crowned Miss World in 1994. In 1997 Diana Hayden won it for India and in 1999 it was another Indian Yukta Mookhey to bag the coveted title. 

The biggest name is perhaps Priyanka Chopra, who won the same title in the year 2000. With six titles, India along with Venezuela is top on the list of Miss World wins. 

Meanwhile, on the Miss Universe front too India has shone. Sushmita Sen became the first Miss Universe from India in 1994 while Lara Dutta followed suit in 2000.

 Both later became noted Bollywood artists. We must not forget beauties like queen Gayatri Devi or Miss India 1952 Leela Naidu, who were globally celebrated for their grace, charm and beauty. 

When beauty is complimented by an intelligent brain, we are bound to have the best. India may not be equally ordained in many other fields but when it comes to beauty, no one can deny her claim to glory.

 Neither many can beat the dignity and uniqueness of Indian women. There is something in the weather and diet here that have a role to play in making what we are and lending us a distinguished character which is typically Indian yet has an appeal that is universal.

 It is said that beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder, but Indian beauty is not dependent on any subjective assessment; it has grown into a benchmark of sorts which even an objective observation cannot deny. 

The success of these young girls from small towns in such a tough global arena is an inspiration for all aspiring models and fashion buffs.

 It adds new wings to the middle class dream of making a mark universally through hard work, perseverance and sincerity. 

Though it may seem ostentatiously glamorous from outside, it is no cakewalk to reach the top. There are multiple stages and barriers to cross and every test poses a make or break situation. 

Each step is tougher than the other and scores of contestants are eliminated in every round by a whisker. 

There is no right or wrong; the scale can tilt in anybody’s favour because it is the littlest nuances of wit and wisdom and gait that guide the judges to a decision. A little rattle here, a little fluff or ruffle there and all can go wrong. 

It is like a tight ropewalk where everything has to be not just right but perfect. In the end it is a nerve racking battle between the bests and only the one an inch better than the best, a dot ahead of the rest can finally wear the crown. 

The crown brings with it not only glory but also a world of opportunities and responsibilities. 

A title holder of such world stature gets immense exposure to see the other side of life too and work for them. Most pageants associate with lots of social activities and become harbingers of change in the lives of the underprivileged, which as commoners they would not have got a chance to do.

 Winning a beauty contest in such a widely seen and valued ceremony makes for a known face across the globe and the actions and talks of such personalities gain weight and wide currency. 

It becomes much easier for them to stand by social causes and fight for rights as their presence and involvement adds teeth and muscle to any campaign or activity.

 They become role models for many and they have all the chance in the world to transform much of society by their exemplary character and the roles they play in life, be that of a leader, a worker or a mother.-Window To News 
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