Ranchi: For Sukriti Chauhan, who was crowned as Mrs North India, beauty is not meant just to boast on, but the unique God’s gift that she is blessed with has a purpose to empower the girls and enable them to stand shoulder to shoulder with their male counterparts in all walks of life.
Born and grew up in the naturally gifted landscape of Shimla, the capital town of Himachal Pradesh, Chauhan has been invited as a jury at a fashion show to be held next month in Raipur. This is just one example to show how Chauhan is carrying on with her message to work for empowerment of girl and women, who are still struggling to come out of male chauvinism.
Popularity of Chauhan witnessed such a huge surge in her state and outside that the International Foundation of Women has nominated her to head its Himachal Pradesh unit as the president. “This is just the beginning of my mission to serve the weaker section of the society. I am currently engaged in a number of activities meant for advocacy, empowerment, exposure and being a voice for women globally,” said the Mrs India North.
Ever since she was crowned as Mrs India, north, Chauhan has been flooded with invite to numerous programmes and activities related to women’s issues in the state and outside. “The crown has motivated me to work harder and harder for the spirit of womanhood. I am thankful to my family, which is cooperating me in all my activities,” she said.
A soft-spoken lady with heart for humanity, Chauhan has been known for standing with the people in distress. At times, she had to convince her family about her generosity to serve the people, as she had to spare additional time to do planning and thinking for helping the people in need. “It took me a lot to convince my family to attend the audition for Mrs India contest at Chandigarh. But after the initial result, all in the family, including my husband, started encouraging me,” said the lady blessed with beautiful look.
Hailing from Barthata village of Jubbal area, located at the foothills Himalaya, Chauhan got full cooperation of her husband Yashodhar Chauhan, who stayed with her during the audition and later accompanied at the final contest at Goa. She had to undergo rigours training for her final contest at Goa.