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Miss Grand India Meghalaya launched

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Auditions to kick start in November

SHILLONG, May 14: To celebrate Meghalaya’s cultural heritage and beauty, another beauty pageant has entered the charts, in Meghalaya, namely, Miss Grand India Meghalaya, the auditions for which will kickstart in November.
It aims to celebrate the essence of Meghalaya’s women and empower them to be heard and celebrated on a global platform. With a focus on inner beauty and a commitment to addressing crucial issues like cancer awareness, this pageant aims to uplift society while honoring the beauty, grace, and intelligence of its contestants.
The launch of Miss Grand India Meghalaya happened on Tuesday, with the reigning Miss Asia Pacific India 2024 Sophiya Singh and Miss Grand International India 2023 Arshina Sumbul, in attendance.
Wanda Nongbri, the state director of Miss Grand India Meghalaya, stated the importance of the competition in providing a platform for the state’s young women to showcase their talents and make a difference in society.
The launch event featured notable personalities such as Amjad Khan, the Operations and Marketing Director at Glamanand Entertainment Pvt Ltd, and powerhouse entrepreneurs and beauty queens.
Auditions for Miss Grand India Meghalaya will be held in November, with the finale anticipated in late November to early December. The audition locations include Nongpoh, Shillong, Tura, and Mairang or Nongstoin.
The criteria for eligible contestants include a height of 5’4 and unmarried. The team of this very first edition of Miss Grand India Meghalaya includes Butterfly and Meepo Management, as their partners.

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