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Who is Manasa Varanasi representing India in Miss world 2021?

08:08 PM Dec 15, 2021 IST | Ground report
who is manasa varanasi representing india in miss world 2021

Ground Report | New Delhi: Who is Manasa Varanasi; Harnaaz Sandhu won the Miss Universe 2021 crown for India after a 21-year wait, people are curious to know about Manasa Varanasi, a 23-year-old engineer from Telangana who was crowned as the winner of VLCC Femina Miss India World 2020 earlier. was worn. this year.

Now she will represent India in the Miss World 2021 pageant to be held on 16 December.


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Who is Manasa Varanasi

The 23-year-old engineer was born in Hyderabad and is a financial intelligence exchange analyst. The 23-year-old enjoys exploring the world of finance. Manasa Varanasi has studied at Vasavi College of Engineering.


Manasa has always worked to bring about positive change in society. He has associated her with less fortunate children in recent years and aspires to work with them.

According to Miss India, growing up, Manasa was a shy girl and instead, she preferred to express herself through Bharatanatyam and music. Her favorite quote on her website is ‘Tell me, what do you plan to do with your one precious life?’


Her interests are diverse, from books, music, yoga, and dreamy skies. She is in charge of observing things that generally go unnoticed and this helps her to truly live in the moment.

As part of Beauty with a Purpose round, her project made it to the Top 10 at Miss World 2021. ‘Heart overflowing with gratitude!. India, we made it to the Top 10 of Beauty with a Purpose round at Miss World 2021!’ she wrote. 


Apart from this, Manasa also shared a video on social media: My national gift for Miss World 2021 is the painting of Rasleela. Rasleela is a popular form of folk theatre especially during the festivals of Krishna Janmashtami and Holi in India.’Rasleela’ is a concept from Hinduism, which roughly translates to ‘play (lila) of aesthetics (rasa),’ or more broadly as ‘Dance of Divine Love’.

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