We invite associations,
organizations and clubs from cities around the US to send in press
releases accompanied with high resolution photos for publication in City
News. Contributions may be sent to editor@NRIPulse.com.
Jyoti Mahajan Crowned Mrs India International 2010
Jyoti Mahajan of Frederick, Maryland has been crowned the Mrs. India International 2010 in the pageant finals on 22nd May 2010 in Atlanta, GA.
Jyoti is elated to be India’s ambassador and feels honored to represent India at the Mrs. International Pageant.
Adrita Khanna, Director of the Mrs. India International 2010 Pageant and Mrs. India International 2008, crowned the new Mrs. India International after culmination of an entertaining evening where the top five finalists competed for the coveted crown. The guests, a small but involved and encouraging crowd, enjoyed the finals, which also included some spirited Indian Cultural dances and a fashion show. Joel Ghanshyam was the Master of Ceremony and kept the crowd thoroughly engaged.
Juhi Jagiassi, another top five finalist, was crowned Mrs. Delaware International 2010
Kamlesh Chugh, Rupika Ramchandani and Nivedita Rath Garabadu were declared the first, second and third runner up respectively after an evening of fair competition overseen by a competent panel of judges.
The women of Mrs. India International are married women between the ages of 21 and 56 and originate from India, even though they can be residing anywhere in the world.
Adrita Khanna, was appointed Director Mrs. India International by Mrs. Mary Richardson, who is the Executive Director of the Mrs. International Pageant, which enters the 23rd year of competition. The Mrs. International Pageant system is recognized for its integrity, high standards, utmost fairness and consistent application of its rules and regulations.
Four Atlanta women, Sandhya Bhagat, Farzana Kalvert, Kim Vaughn and Milena Skollar were honored at the pageant for exemplifying family values.
Adrita was quoted as saying that she wants to use the Mrs. India International Pageant to promote the family values of respect, compassion, honesty and tolerance. She wants to provide a global platform for showcasing the achievements of international married Indian women. She is running the event as a not for profit and donates the net proceeds to charities working for betterment of needy children.