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Jayanti Reang & other Femina Miss India 2019 contestants




Femina Miss India 2019 will be the 56th edition of the Femina Miss India beauty pageant. It will be held at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Indoor Stadium, Mumbai on June 15, 2019, and will be hosted by Karan Johar and Vicky Kaushal. Anukreethy Vas of Tamil Nadu will crown Femina Miss India World 2019. Meenakshi Chaudhary of Haryana and Shreya Rao Kamavarapu of Andhra Pradesh will also crown their successors at the end of the event.

The winner of Femina Miss India will represent India at Miss World 2019 in Thailand

Sub Title Awards

Award Contestant
Miss Multimedia [to be determined]
Miss Getaway Goddess Nagaland - Marina Kiho
Beauty with a Purpose [to be determined]
Miss Glamorous Look Punjab - Harnaaz Kaur
Miss Goodness Ambassador Himachal Pradesh - Garima Verma
Miss Rampwalk Rajasthan - Suman Rao
Miss Spectacular Eyes Telangana - Sanjana Vij
Miss Glowing Skin Punjab - Harnaaz Kaur
Miss Beautiful Smile Karnataka - Aashna Bisht
Miss Body Beautiful Chhattisgarh - Shivani Jadhav
Miss Beautiful Hair Maharashtra - Vaishnavi Andhale
Miss Active Sikkim - Sang Doma Tamang
Miss Iron Maiden West Bengal - Sushmita Roy
Miss Fashion Icon Mizoram - Lalnunthari Rualhleng
Miss Shining Star Uttarakhand - Siddhi Gupta
Miss Photogenic Maharashtra - Vaishnavi Andhale
Miss Tech Beauty Goa - Shaasthra Shetty
Miss Congeniality Mizoram - Lalnunthari Rualhleng
Miss Vivacious Gujarat - Mansi Taxak
Miss Talented Jammu & Kashmir - Megha Kaul
Haryana - Sonal Sharma

Bennett University Sports day

Category Sport Winner
Miss Smasher Badminton Telengana - Sanjana Vij
Miss Top Spin Table Tennis Andhra Pradesh - Nikita Tanwani
Miss Hooper Basketball Jammu and Kashmir - Megha Kaul
Miss Water Baby Swimming New Delhi - Mansi Sehgal
Miss Athlete Athletics Uttarakhand - Siddhi Gupta

Zonal sub-contest winners

The following are the list of sub-contest award winners from each zones:

Category East North South West
Miss Congeniality Jayanti Reang Shefali Dhiman Jane Thompson Janki Bodiwala
Dr. Tvacha Miss Photogenic Lalnunthari Rualhleng Satakshi Bhanot Sanjana Vij Vaishnavi Andhale
Sephora Miss Glamourous Look Jyotishmita Baruah Garima Yadav Shalini Menon Yogita Bihani
fbb Miss Fashion Icon Madhumita Das Shinata Chauhan Divita Rai Phalguni Khanna
fbb Miss Talented Sushmita Roy
Lalnunthari Rualhleng
Pragati Wahi Tejaswini Manogna Megha Kaul
Yogita Bihani
Kara Miss Vivacious Tanvi Malhara Siddhi Gupta Jane Thompson Rose Kundu
Rajnigandha Pearls Miss Goodness Ambassador Neha Jha Sweetaj Anjali Schmuck Dragana Andrade
Triumph Miss Body Beautiful Arupa Rath Shinata Chauhan Divita Rai Janki Bodiwala
Blossom Kochhar Aroma Magic Miss Glowing Skin Snehpriya Roy Vidhi Giri Manasa Varanasi Mansi Singh
Senco Gold Miss Shining Star Tamanna Vyas Siddhi Gupta Tejaswini Manogna Falguni Khanna
Miss Rampwalk Sushmita Roy Shinata Chauhan Divita Rai Suman Rao


The following is the list of the official delegates of Miss India 2019 representing 30 states of the country:

Zone State Delegate Age Height Placement Note(s)
East Arunachal Pradesh Roshni Dada 20 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in) To be announced by 15 June 2019
  • Miss Arunachal 2019
Assam Jyotishmita Baruah 19 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
  • Previously Mega Miss North East 2018 - 2nd Runner-up
Bihar Shreya Shanker 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
Chhattisgarh Shivani Jadhav 23 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
  • Previously Miss Diva - 2015 - Preliminary contestant
Jharkhand Chitrapriya Singh 18 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
  • fbb Campus Princess 2019 - Finalist
Manipur Urmila Shagolsem 24 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
  • Previously North East Diva 2018 - Top 10
  • Previously Miss Manipur 2016 - 1st Runner-up
Meghalaya Sangeeta Das 19 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
  • fbb Campus Princess 2019 - North East
  • Previously Miss Shillong 2018
Mizoram Lalnunthari Rualhleng 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
Nagaland Marina Kiho 22 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
  • Previously Miss Nagaland 2017
Odisha Sheetal Sahu 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
Sikkim Sang Doma Tamang 19 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
  • Previously Miss Sikkim 2018 - Top 5
Tripura Jayanti Reang 25 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
West Bengal Sushmita Roy 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
  • Previously Femina Miss India Kolkata 2016 - 1st Runner Up
North Haryana Sonal Sharma 22 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
Himachal Pradesh Garima Verma 23 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)
Jammu and Kashmir 1 Megha Kaul 25 1.71 m (5 ft 7 12 in)
Madhya Pradesh Garima Yadav 22 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
  • Previously TGPC's Miss India 2018 - 2nd Runner-up
New Delhi Mansi Sehgal 19 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
  • Previously fbb Campus Princess 2019 - Finalist
Punjab Harnaaz Kaur 18 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
  • Previously Times Fresh Face 2018 Chandigarh
Uttarakhand Siddhi Gupta 23 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
Uttar Pradesh Shinata Chauhan 19 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
  • Previously Miss Teen Exquisite International 2018
South Andhra Pradesh Nikita Tanwani 24 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
  • Previously TGPC’s Miss India 2018
Karnataka Aashna Bisht 24 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)
Kerala[Replacements 1] Lakshmi Menon 24 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
  • Previously Pegasus Miss Queen of India 2018
  • Previously Pegasus Miss South India 2018
Tamil Nadu Rubeiya S K 23 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)
Telengana Sanjana Vij 23 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)
  • Previously fbb Campus Princess 2016 - Finalist
West Goa Shaasthra Shetty 22 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
  • fbb Campus Princess 2019 - Finalist
Gujarat Mansi Taxak 21 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Maharashtra Vaishnavi Andhale 20 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
Rajasthan Suman Rao 20 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
  • Previously Miss Navi Mumbai 2018 - 1st Runner-up

State finalists

The following is the list of delegates who made to the top 3 state finalists. There were no top 3 finalists for North Eastern states since these states usually have direct appointment of state representatives during Guwahati audition:

Zone State Delegates
East Arunachal Pradesh
  • Roshni Dada
  • Jyotishmita Baruah
  • Snehapriya Roy
  • Shreya Shanker
  • Alankrita Shahi
  • Anisha Sharma
  • Farhat Firoza
  • Shivani Jadhav
  • Chitrapriya Singh
  • Kshipra Dubey
  • Tanvi Malhara
  • Urmila Shagolsem
  • Sangeeta Das
  • Nunui Rualhleng
  • Marino Kiho
  • Arupa Rath
  • Sheetal Sahu
  • Tamanna Vyas
  • Sang Doma Tamang
  • Jayanti Reang
West Bengal
  • Neha Jha
  • Sushmita Roy
  • Madhumita Das
North Haryana
  • Sonal Sharma
  • Nitika
  • Simran Gandhi
Himachal Pradesh
  • Garima Verma
  • Priyanka Saraswat
  • Shefali Dhiman
Jammu and Kashmir
  • Shina Choudhary
  • Megha Kaul
  • Rose Kundu
Madhya Pradesh
  • Anjali Pawar
  • Satakshi Bhanot
  • Garima Yadav
New Delhi
  • Pragati Wahi
  • Manasi Sehgal
  • Subhreet Randhawa
  • Harnaaz Kaur
  • Sweetaj
  • Vidhi Giri
  • Akansha Gupta
  • Siddhi Gupta
  • Shivangi Sharma
Uttar Pradesh
  • Anupriya Singh
  • Shinata Chauhan
  • Vaibhavi Sharma
South Andhra Pradesh
  • Nikita Tanwani
  • Simran Pareek
  • Sushmitha Raj
  • Divita Rai
  • Aashna Bisht
  • Shalini Menon
  • Archana Ravi
  • Jane Thompson
  • Lakshmi Menon
Tamil Nadu
  • Anjali Schmuck
  • Suruthi Periyasamy
  • Rubeiya S K
  • Manasa Varanasi
  • Tejaswini Manogna
  • Sanjana Vij
West Goa
  • Aditi Vishwasrao
  • Dragana Andrade
  • Shaasthra Shetty
  • Della Desai
  • Janki Bodiwala
  • Mansi Taxak
  • Phalguni Khanna
  • Mansi Singh
  • Vaishnavi Andhale
  • Divya Kasliwal
  • Suman Rao
  • Yogita Bihani

Source- Wikipedia

Trendy Check Blazer Obsession

Hi my loves! Hope you are doing well! It’s been a while since my last post, oh my gosh! past one month have been craaaazy! I’ve been quite busy with my work, new projects, campaigns and other activities, however finally I’m back with full of positive energy!
We have been having such an amazing weather here in Bangalore these past few days and so today’s post is all about cosy yet classy check blazer look. Hope you guys enjoy!

Who said you cannot wear a jacket over shorts? Create a semi-formal street style look with just a few must-haves from your closet.

To get the look, you can start by grabbing any colour basic t-shirt and tuck it into high waist denim shorts/jeans/skirts depending on the event. For my look, I have picked a She-in casual V-neck black basic t-shirt and paired it up with a cute flower embroidered high waist denim short from Ni-Hao Fashion Store. Then to top it up, throw on a blazer for an extra touch of class. Currently, this white on grey check fitted double-breasted jacket from H&M is my favourite and I love to pair it with any outfit for a semi-formal/smart casual look. This jacket gave a relaxed yet formal look because the colour is less bold and more of a soft shade which is perfect for a day/night.

Next up, it’s the time to put on a nice boots but remember girls! It’s not wintering yet. So you can just grab a light summer boots/ oxford shoes/sneaker and you are ready to walk the street 😉To glam up the look, I have put on a black thigh high boots from Ni-Hao Fashion Store as in the picture. Then I have pushed the length of the boot down just below my knee since Bangalore has a moderate temperature and the weather allows us to totally rock those boots. So girls, what are you waiting for? Grab this simple yet classy effortless look for a day out with your girlfriends/ interview/dates/ for an evening to a party!

Lastly, a little accessory is a must for any outfit I feel. With this look, any classic leather bag whether its an iconic (like the picture)/sling/satchel bag and a sun glass/watch/earring will be the best! Remember girls, don’t be afraid of experimenting with your looks and let your body flatter with new styles and colour!

Thank you so much for visiting my page. See you guys soon with another look. Stay tuned, don’t forget to comment your suggestions and show your support.
Check Blazer – H&M
Black T-shirt – She-in
Jeans Shorts – Ni-Hao
Thigh High Boots – Ni-Hao
Bag – Reliance Trends
Sun glass – She-in

A Fusion of the traditional and Modern wear

Hello people
I hope everyone is doing great have been little busy for few days but I'm back with new bang!


Fashion is fun when there are no boundaries, no defined rules and a complete freedom to express one's creativity. That way, it will be neutral for all, irrespective of race, religion, tradition, etc.

I've always been in love with traditional attires, however, rarely got to wear as I find it challenging to move around in them. Being a fashion designer and a blogger I love to experiment new things, especially when it comes to fashion. One such example is when I turned a traditional"mnai" (pronounced: 'nai' with the 'm' silent) into a dress. It basically is a rectangular piece of hand/machine woven traditional wraparound bottomwear, covering a woman's body part from waist all the way down to ankles. I borrowed this "mnai" from my sister's closet and was totally in love with the embroidered print. So, instead of wearing it traditionally as usual, this time I pushed myself to make a challenging design out of it. Hence, ended up in sewing my own "mnai fusion outfit", a dress!



A lot of people tend to wear traditional attires only the way it's meant to be worn. Whereas, I find it versatile, as it can easily be blended with modern style; with just a tad bit of twist 😉

I'm pretty sure about many other cooler ways to style traditional outfits, however, here I am, presenting my own version of it.

Also, I believe in the idea of recycling the old traditional outfits and giving them a new look. It's better than the clothes ending up being used as a table cloth or a mop 🤣

And I'm going to show you how! Just keep reading 🙂



Here, I paired my buttoned white silk-shirt with a traditional palazzo, accesorised it with a traditional necklace (called "rangbouh" in Tripuri language) and a red cute raticule. I added this necklace to make the outfit look even more attractive, and the red raticule to give a pinch of western touch to the outfit.

As a result, I got a new traditional look, which is so comfortable and easy to carry around without any worries of looking overexposed. This pant is so simple that it goes with almost everything.

Hope this article changes your perspective of wearing a traditional attire. Just try your own version of "fusion outfit" and feel free to bother me if you need any suggestions.

As always, thank you so much for reading. Happy styling!


Daisy Reang