NMIMS Student Rashi Parasrampuria To Represent India At Miss Teen International

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Rashi Parasrampuria, a BBA student at Narsee Monjee Institute in Management Studies (NMIMS) will be representing India at Miss Teen International 2021. She will be competing against competitors from more than 30 countries for the crown.

Miss Teen International is considered to be one of the world’s biggest teen pageant which has been conducted since 1966.

Rashi Parasrampuria had previously won the Miss Teen India International crown at the Miss Teen Diva 2020 pageant in January 2021. This is how she became the successor to Aayushi Dholakia. She is now eyeing the Miss Teen International 2021 title which was won by Dholakia in 2019. She became the first Asian who won that title in 27 years.

Rashi Parasrampuria had earlier won the ‘Beauty with a Purpose’ title at Miss Teen Diva 2020

The 18-year-old girl has been good at her studies and had secured 97 per cent in the board exams of class 10th and 12th. She had also won the ‘Beauty with a Purpose’ title at Miss Teen Diva 2020 and raised more than 5 lakh rupees for educating the underprivileged. She has participated in numerous social projects such as environment, cancer, etc. Besides social work, Parasrampuria has a keen interest in dancing, marketing and public speaking too.

On winning the Miss Teen India 2020 title, Rashi Parasrampuria had said that she had worked hard for this for 15 months. She added that this was indeed a ‘dream come true’ for her.

When asked about competing for the Miss Teen International pageant, Rashi said that she is focusing on her preparations, was not letting the pressure get to her. “The responsibility to represent India and wear the sash of India is an unmatched opportunity. Very rare girls get to represent their nation and representing India at the world’s biggest teen pageant is absolutely a privilege to have.”

She added, “No words shall be enough to describe my gratitude and the privilege I have been rewarded with. I want to enjoy every bit of it and make my nation proud.”