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These Beauty Queens from North-east India Are Set to Make the Country Proud

Himanshu Kapoor | Last Modified - Sep 22, 2016, 04:07 PM IST

These north-east girls are set to represent India in global beauty contests.
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    Beauty queens from north-east India
    It doesn’t come as surprise that young people, especially girls, from the north-eastern part of India are subject to several kinds of humiliation owning to their lifestyle and their ‘different’ looks. “North-east girls are shameless”, “they dress to excite men” these are some of the negative stereotypes that are endured by these young girls who are far away from their homes in a big city in India.
    Facing racial discrimination, they seek comfort of familiarity by building walls around them by forming groups hence isolating themselves owning to the relentless abuse from the so-called mainstream Indians.
    Enter Priyadarshini Chatterjee from Assam, Imlibenla Wati from Nagaland and Rewati Chetri from Assam — the three beauty queens hailing from India’s north-eastern states who are set to make India proud by representing the country on a global platform of beauty pageants.
    Priyadarshini Chatterjee who bagged the crown for FBB Femina Miss India World this year will now go on to represent India at the Miss World 2016 pageant. And Assamese girl Rewati Chetri, who is Miss International India winner, will be India's face for the Miss International 2016 pageant scheduled to be held in Tokyo next month.
    While Naga girl Imlibenla Wati, Miss India Asia Pacific, will make us puff our chests with pride as she is all set to represent India at Miss Asia Pacific World.
  • Imlibenla Wati
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    Imlibenla Wati
    It doesn’t come as surprise that young people, especially girls, from the north-eastern part of India are subject to several kinds of humiliation owning to their lifestyle and their ‘different’ looks. “North-east girls are shameless”, “they dress to excite men” these are some of the negative stereotypes that are endured by these young girls who are far away from their homes in a big city in India.
    Facing racial discrimination, they seek comfort of familiarity by building walls around them by forming groups hence isolating themselves owning to the relentless abuse from the so-called mainstream Indians.
    Enter Priyadarshini Chatterjee from Assam, Imlibenla Wati from Nagaland and Rewati Chetri from Assam — the three beauty queens hailing from India’s north-eastern states who are set to make India proud by representing the country on a global platform of beauty pageants.
    Priyadarshini Chatterjee who bagged the crown for FBB Femina Miss India World this year will now go on to represent India at the Miss World 2016 pageant. And Assamese girl Rewati Chetri, who is Miss International India winner, will be India's face for the Miss International 2016 pageant scheduled to be held in Tokyo next month.
    While Naga girl Imlibenla Wati, Miss India Asia Pacific, will make us puff our chests with pride as she is all set to represent India at Miss Asia Pacific World.
  • Imlibenla Wati
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    Imlibenla Wati
    It doesn’t come as surprise that young people, especially girls, from the north-eastern part of India are subject to several kinds of humiliation owning to their lifestyle and their ‘different’ looks. “North-east girls are shameless”, “they dress to excite men” these are some of the negative stereotypes that are endured by these young girls who are far away from their homes in a big city in India.
    Facing racial discrimination, they seek comfort of familiarity by building walls around them by forming groups hence isolating themselves owning to the relentless abuse from the so-called mainstream Indians.
    Enter Priyadarshini Chatterjee from Assam, Imlibenla Wati from Nagaland and Rewati Chetri from Assam — the three beauty queens hailing from India’s north-eastern states who are set to make India proud by representing the country on a global platform of beauty pageants.
    Priyadarshini Chatterjee who bagged the crown for FBB Femina Miss India World this year will now go on to represent India at the Miss World 2016 pageant. And Assamese girl Rewati Chetri, who is Miss International India winner, will be India's face for the Miss International 2016 pageant scheduled to be held in Tokyo next month.
    While Naga girl Imlibenla Wati, Miss India Asia Pacific, will make us puff our chests with pride as she is all set to represent India at Miss Asia Pacific World.
  • Rewati Chetri
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    Rewati Chetri
    It doesn’t come as surprise that young people, especially girls, from the north-eastern part of India are subject to several kinds of humiliation owning to their lifestyle and their ‘different’ looks. “North-east girls are shameless”, “they dress to excite men” these are some of the negative stereotypes that are endured by these young girls who are far away from their homes in a big city in India.
    Facing racial discrimination, they seek comfort of familiarity by building walls around them by forming groups hence isolating themselves owning to the relentless abuse from the so-called mainstream Indians.
    Enter Priyadarshini Chatterjee from Assam, Imlibenla Wati from Nagaland and Rewati Chetri from Assam — the three beauty queens hailing from India’s north-eastern states who are set to make India proud by representing the country on a global platform of beauty pageants.
    Priyadarshini Chatterjee who bagged the crown for FBB Femina Miss India World this year will now go on to represent India at the Miss World 2016 pageant. And Assamese girl Rewati Chetri, who is Miss International India winner, will be India's face for the Miss International 2016 pageant scheduled to be held in Tokyo next month.
    While Naga girl Imlibenla Wati, Miss India Asia Pacific, will make us puff our chests with pride as she is all set to represent India at Miss Asia Pacific World.
  • Rewati Chetri
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    Rewati Chetri
    It doesn’t come as surprise that young people, especially girls, from the north-eastern part of India are subject to several kinds of humiliation owning to their lifestyle and their ‘different’ looks. “North-east girls are shameless”, “they dress to excite men” these are some of the negative stereotypes that are endured by these young girls who are far away from their homes in a big city in India.
    Facing racial discrimination, they seek comfort of familiarity by building walls around them by forming groups hence isolating themselves owning to the relentless abuse from the so-called mainstream Indians.
    Enter Priyadarshini Chatterjee from Assam, Imlibenla Wati from Nagaland and Rewati Chetri from Assam — the three beauty queens hailing from India’s north-eastern states who are set to make India proud by representing the country on a global platform of beauty pageants.
    Priyadarshini Chatterjee who bagged the crown for FBB Femina Miss India World this year will now go on to represent India at the Miss World 2016 pageant. And Assamese girl Rewati Chetri, who is Miss International India winner, will be India's face for the Miss International 2016 pageant scheduled to be held in Tokyo next month.
    While Naga girl Imlibenla Wati, Miss India Asia Pacific, will make us puff our chests with pride as she is all set to represent India at Miss Asia Pacific World.
  • Priyadarshini Chatterjee
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    Priyadarshini Chatterjee
    It doesn’t come as surprise that young people, especially girls, from the north-eastern part of India are subject to several kinds of humiliation owning to their lifestyle and their ‘different’ looks. “North-east girls are shameless”, “they dress to excite men” these are some of the negative stereotypes that are endured by these young girls who are far away from their homes in a big city in India.
    Facing racial discrimination, they seek comfort of familiarity by building walls around them by forming groups hence isolating themselves owning to the relentless abuse from the so-called mainstream Indians.
    Enter Priyadarshini Chatterjee from Assam, Imlibenla Wati from Nagaland and Rewati Chetri from Assam — the three beauty queens hailing from India’s north-eastern states who are set to make India proud by representing the country on a global platform of beauty pageants.
    Priyadarshini Chatterjee who bagged the crown for FBB Femina Miss India World this year will now go on to represent India at the Miss World 2016 pageant. And Assamese girl Rewati Chetri, who is Miss International India winner, will be India's face for the Miss International 2016 pageant scheduled to be held in Tokyo next month.
    While Naga girl Imlibenla Wati, Miss India Asia Pacific, will make us puff our chests with pride as she is all set to represent India at Miss Asia Pacific World.
  • Priyadarshini Chatterjee
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    Priyadarshini Chatterjee
    It doesn’t come as surprise that young people, especially girls, from the north-eastern part of India are subject to several kinds of humiliation owning to their lifestyle and their ‘different’ looks. “North-east girls are shameless”, “they dress to excite men” these are some of the negative stereotypes that are endured by these young girls who are far away from their homes in a big city in India.
    Facing racial discrimination, they seek comfort of familiarity by building walls around them by forming groups hence isolating themselves owning to the relentless abuse from the so-called mainstream Indians.
    Enter Priyadarshini Chatterjee from Assam, Imlibenla Wati from Nagaland and Rewati Chetri from Assam — the three beauty queens hailing from India’s north-eastern states who are set to make India proud by representing the country on a global platform of beauty pageants.
    Priyadarshini Chatterjee who bagged the crown for FBB Femina Miss India World this year will now go on to represent India at the Miss World 2016 pageant. And Assamese girl Rewati Chetri, who is Miss International India winner, will be India's face for the Miss International 2016 pageant scheduled to be held in Tokyo next month.
    While Naga girl Imlibenla Wati, Miss India Asia Pacific, will make us puff our chests with pride as she is all set to represent India at Miss Asia Pacific World.

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