WHY ? Miss India New England!

Miss INDIA (18 to 27 yrs), Miss INDIA TEEN(13 to 17 yrs) and Mrs India -2017  is a perfect way to bring youth and Indian community together where they can work towards how to showcase their personal and cultural attributes on stage. Rather than classroom style of teaching, we believe that promotion of self esteem as an Indian and enhancing presentation skills and working on talent showcase in the best possible way, through an enjoyable project will have positive impact on young people’s mind and lives.

A beautiful girl is the one who possess inherent self-confidence, charm, talent, intelligence and high self-esteem. As an Indian American, girls will acquire important life skills through rehearsal/training and experience the rich Indian culture, glamour with other contestants of her age. In words of Dannel P. Malloy- Governor of Connecticut--”Having the opportunity to represent your state in a competition such as this is something I am sure you will cherish for years to come”, in his message to Miss India Connecticut.The pageant is expected to be a great assimilation of Indians from different community groups celebrating their heritage in a unique vibrant atmosphere and lots of talent on stage from three states.

The contestants will participate in Evening Gown and Indian Ethnic Dress rounds. The winner will be decided after Question-Answer segment among selected finalists based on their scores from first two rounds. Judges will be eminent, respected members of Indian, American or International community.

There is an oppurtunity for a possible moment of Titles, Tiaras, Sashes, Prizes, lots of pride as an Indian-American and an opportunity to be seen as a role model by others in coming years. The winners and title holders get a sense of accomplishment and that stays in their profile for life.

From the State Director..
Thanks to all individuals, community groups, friends and sponsors who supported the one of a kind Indian pageant of New England area since 2012 till now 2017, and who witnessed the unique celebration of Indian heritage. Contestants participation in this pageant not only helped build confidence in public speaking, presentation and interview skills, they have also build lasting friendships, positive attitude and lots of pride as an Indian-American.

My message to all contestants this year is to look at the positives of other contestants and take them as inspiration, and not competition. We can never predict who is going to win. The only way to go ahead and reach goals is to enhance yourself.

Ruchika Arora 
State Director Miss India USA for states of Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island.

Our Inspirations..
"The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams."
-Eleanor Roosevelt

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