National Pageants

Mrs India-Empress of the Nation 2018: Meet the winners

Mrs India-Empress of the Nation 2018: Meet the winners

In a star studded night, Mrs. India-Empress of the Nation 2018 proved out to be the biggest pageant of the year for Mrs. India category. The finale of the pageant was held at Hyatt Pune. The show was presented by Vinay Aranha  and conceptualized by , Anjana & Karl Mascarenhas. The finale saw 32 stunning women dazzling down the ramp and showcasing their talents on the national platform.  The show was graced by galaxy of glamourous celebs from bollywood and eminent personalities from the city. The finale was judged by Miss World 1999 Yukta Mookhey, Mrs. World 2001 Aditi Govitrikar, Famous Singer Shibani Kashyap, Mrs Tourism 2005 Sonal Chauhan and famous actor Sharhaan Singh along with the pageant organisers  Vinay Aranha, Mrs Sapna Anand Chhajed, Dr Akshaya Jain & Karl Mascarenhas. The show was hosted by Aman Verma and Shibani Kashyap wowed audience through her melodious voice, singing her nationally famous numbers.

After receiving intense grooming sessions and training by DIVA pageants team, everything boiled down to 6 stunning winners who were presented with stunning crowns. The winners were selected for two categories – Silver (age 20 to 34) and Gold (35 and above). The complete result of the event is as below.

Gold Category

Mrs India-Empress of the Nation 2018: Meet the winners

Mrs India – Empress of the Nation 2018 – Gold : Rupali Sawant

1st Runner-up- Gold :  Simran Godhwani

2nd Runner-up- Gold :  Shubhangi Joshi

Silver Category

Mrs India-Empress of the Nation 2018: Meet the winners

Mrs India – Empress of the Nation 2018 – Silver : Gaurangi Shrawat

1st Runner-up- Silver : Vrrushali Taayadey

2nd Runner-up- Silver : Piya Pawani

Along with categorical winners, there were zonal queens as well listed as below:

Queen of North – Kanika Srivastava

Queen of West – Shubhangini Sangle

Queen of South – Hemlata Sharma

Queen of Central India – Anshuli Bhand.

The winners walked home with their crowns, cash prizes (Khushboo Karwa)  and Jewellery (Modasutra).

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