- How you describe your own Personality and Persona.
Ans.Personally I believe in taking things the way they come.Iamadentist by profession passionate about fashion and aesthetics. My husband is adentist too and we have a very handsome son 15 years old. Iam an outgoing and extrovert person about life and it’s challenges. Being appositive thinker I believe no problem comes without a solution. I have lots of respect for indian values. I am very fond of Punjabi food especially stuffed paranthas . I love to cook for my family. My compassion , my positivity, my character and my values personify my personality.
- Your achievements that make you feel high?
Ans.An achievement is what brings smile effortlessly on my face that I did it and the other person for the same reason. My father was all smiles when I got my professional degree. That was one of my biggest achievements. Thriving ahead has always been my goal. Along with my family and professional commitments I have always fed my soul with it’s desires like I completed my fashion desighning diploma. It is an achievement. I treat my patients and the compliments I receive is my achievement. And to wrap up my biggest achievement is attaining motherhood.
- Define the true beauty.
Ans.True beauty has it’s own meaning in different aspects of life. True to its words beauty lies in the eyes of beholder. One who has it possess it. But true beauty is not what we see. Aperson who looks beautiful may not be same inside but we get distracted by the looks. A person not so presentable but having a beautiful heart takes timetoprove his/her beauty. Outer beauty gains immediately but fades gradually. Inner beauty the true beauty gains gradually but never fades.
- Do you consider yourself to be a giver or taker?
Ans.On the path of life we take and we giveand we give and we take.As I am growing older I am realising the importance of giving. My parents gave me birth ,myeducation,my values, my identity all I took from them. With growing age we realise our responsibilities towards our society, our surroundings, and the people around us. We start sharing and caring for the morals we set up for the generations to come. So as long as we live we give and we take but with advances in age we tend to be more of a giver. And so is the equilibrium maintained.
- What is your favourite Idea of Holidaying?
Ans.Holidaying is all about togetherness and spending time with your loved ones, your family and ur friends. It’s all about doing fun activities like paragliding, rafting,trekking or playing beach volley ball. It’s all about learning the rich cultures, paying obeisance or reliving a history. Overall for me it’s not the place that matters, it’s the love we share and the moments to remember that make a perfect holiday. It’s not the destination that matters , it’s the time we share together that matters. I can say my idea of holidaying is a break and anywhere we freak.
- Why you are participating in Mrs India Queen of Substance.
Ans.Well because I am charming and I have a very positive outlook. Who doesn’t need recognition? I have always been there for the betterment of my society and have been a keen worker for the upliftment of women. Standing here on a bigger platform I can work for the larger part of the society spreading awareness for women empowerment and child education. Finally it’s about letting people know that being married and having a family is not that you stop living for yourself. Age is in numbers and excuses are for losers. Dream, Dare and Do.
- If you were given the chance to live again, what would it be?
Ans.Every morning I get up to see myself in the mirror and tell my image that I am the best. I think the way I am brought up and the values I have been imbibed into and the person I have grown upto be, I would always want to relive myself again. As a human I have been brushed upon by my share of sorrows and happiness , the ups and downs and here I am the polished me. I am proud to be what I am today. My pace of life matches my evolution as a human. I am content and happy thw way I am.
- The quote or saying that encourages you .
Ans.”Sometimes it’s the last key in the ring that opens the door”. The day I realised the meaning of this I have never looked back. My childhood memories take me back to the story of a spider making a web failing n number of times but finally completing it. Being a kid it was a story but as an adult now I believe that there is nothing that we can’t do but just a will to do will make things happen. Failures are stepping stones to lift you higher than before. Excuses are made for losers. One should never give up trying for the dreams we see. Never ever give up.
- Many teenagers and youngsters are bullied worldwide for having .
Ans.Do looks matter for long terms? No, it’s your positive attitude, your compassion, your morals and your character that takes over. God has made us not to be equal. He has his ideas of making people look different and feel different in the same situation. If we see things the other way people with different looks earn fame because of their uniqueness of features. I believe it’s the confidence and the flauntness of the confidence that can mask all the flaws if so called one has.
- If you were selected as a Charity Ambassador what Value addition would you like to do for our Society and how? Why do you think giving back to society is important?
Ans.Charities have always been the noblest cause for our society. Charity in the form of monetary relief, blood donations, serving mankind humbly, adopting a child or children , imparting education against social ills have always been into my thoughts. If as a Brand Ambassador I get to serve my country through charities, I would be obliged to work on my thoughts. On a bigger platform I can get a larger view of my ideas and their accomplishment. Adopting a girl child has always been on my mind and with a feather of being a Brand Ambassador my dreams can’t be far behind. Giving back to society is as important as living in equilibrium with it. We are formed by the society we live in, polished by the circumstances and gained all through. Now when it’s time to give why should we step back? Privileged are us who have sufficient to fulfil our needs rather luxuries, but isn’t it our duty to cater to the basic needs of underprivileged. Blessed are us to get their best of treatment but don’t they deserve the basic medical aids who can’t afford. Fortunate enough we are that we go out for dinners and party amongst our class but don’t they deserve fair meals two times a day. It’s a cycle that goes on. We take from someone and it’s our duty to give back to the society, may be a different strata. It’s all about serving the needs.