Mrs. India pageant invites entries for 'Bombay Dyeing Gladrags Mrs. India 2007' contest

MUMBAI: Its Mrs. India time again! Bombay Dyeing along with Gladrags, the lifestyle and fashion bimonthly, has called for entries for the Bombay Dyeing Gladrags Mrs. India 2007.

Entries have been pouring in from all across the country with the regional selection rounds conducted by Mrs. Maureen Wadia, the President of Gladrags Beauty Pageants and the organiser of the Mrs. India and the MegaModel and Manhunt Contests held annually. The selection rounds will take place in Delhi, Chandigarh, Bangalore and Mumbai.

The Mumbai selection round will take place on Thursday, 12 October 2006 from 12 noon onwards at Gladrags Career Academy, Wadala.

Mrs. India contest invites married Indian women aspirants under the age of 50 years to participate in this pageant. It also welcomes entries from divorcees.

Selected contestants from all states will represent their state at the all India Finals of the Mrs. India Contest, to be held in Mumbai in early December 2006.

Speaking about the contest, President of Gladrags Beauty Pageant Maureen Wadia says, "The Mrs. India pageant is a celebration of the contemporary Indian married woman. She?s a wife, a mother and a multi-talented achiever who maintains that perfect balance between her home, her family and her career if she has one. She is a woman that husbands and families are proud of. She walks a trapeze all her life, balancing all her responsibilities equally."

Bombay Dyeing Gladrags Mrs. India 2006 title holder Shillpa A. Singh, expresses, "Bombay Dyeing Gladrags Mrs. India has not only made me realise my full potential but also given me the courage and confidence to progress my life with forgotten dreams. It has literally been a stepping stone to my success and honed me to become what I am today ? a woman of substance. Thank you Bombay Dyeing and Gladrags so much for giving me the opportunity to be where every woman aspires to be."

This beauty pageant for married woman is the springboard to international acclaim for the aspirants. The winners will represent India at Mrs. India in Las Vegas and at Mrs. Globe International pageant this year.

The Bombay Dyeing Gladrags Mrs. India Contest Winners

Over the last six years Bombay Dyeing and Gladrags have together taken Indian married women to a new level by holding the Mrs. India Contest together.

Aditi Govitrikar won the Gladrags Mega Model in 1996. As Mrs. India, Aditi represented India at the Mrs. World Contest in Las Vegas, and won Mrs. World in 2001.

Mrs. Jasmine D?Souza of Mumbai won the Mrs. India Contest in 2002. She was in a tie with Mrs. U.S.A. for winning the title

Mrs. Tania Soni of Hyderabad won the Mrs. India Contest in 2003.

Mrs Naina Dhaliwal of Chandigarh won the Mrs. India Contest in 2004.

Mrs. Shilpa Reddy of Hyderabad won the Mrs. India Contest in 2005.

Mrs. Shillpa A. Singh of Mumbai won the Mrs. India Contest in 2006.

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