When you do what you love, you do not feel the pressure.
Health and hygiene are a basic personal need for all.
I have an ocean of opportunities awaiting me and once I am back from Miss World, I want to explore whatever life has to offer.
The use of sanitary pads and the dos and don'ts should be discussed with openness so as to make a hygienic and healthy life for the women.
Get up every morning, tell yourself you are beautiful and gear up to win!
Believe in yourself and never shy away from hard work.
I told my parents that I wanted to work on menstrual hygiene because I believe a girl can achieve everything if she is healthy.
I aim to work for girls and I am hopeful I will achieve it through the support of the Miss World Organization.
I sense an actor in me.
I was a physics topper in my school and used to encourage my juniors.
Once you are confident, and comfortable with who you are; once you are unapologetic about yourself, things fall into place.
I feel fortunate that my parents supported me.
Education brings a sense of confidence and self-worth to yourself.
The relationship between a mother and child is more than just give and take; it is magical.
It takes a lot of self-belief to be Miss World.
Success is not just about being a hard worker, it is about becoming a smart worker.
Delhi has a different vibe.
Menstruation is a natural phenomenon and it is neither dirty, nor a taboo.
As a medical student, you have to study every day. You can't cover the syllabus by studying for a few nights before your exam.
People associate pageants with glamour, where there are celebrities walking on the ramp wearing beautiful gowns, heels and make-up - but that's just one aspect.