India@70: Top 5 beauty Queens of India

Headlines | Aug. 13, 2017, 3:09 p.m.

Prachi Bhardwaj, New Delhi: For centuries and past years, poets and writers have tried their best to descirbe Indian woman's beauty through poems and songs. While poets sung praises, the artists painted down the India beauty in all her glory. Then there was a time when India beauty gained attentional at an International level.

India is all set to celebrate its 70th year of freedom on 15th August and so lets sit back and recall how Indian women made the world bow in front of their beauty and intelligence post Independence-

Zeenat Aman (1970)

After raising as the second runner up in the Miss India contest, Zeenat Aman won the Miss Asia Pacific title in 1970.

Sushmita Sen (1994)


Sushmita was the first Indian women who won the title of 'Miss Universe' in 1994. The modern woman then further went to be a part of Bollywood who is known for speaking her mind fearlessly as she leads her lifestyle like a queen.

Lara Dutta (2000) 


The second Indian who bagged the title of 'Miss Universe' was Lara Dutta.  Stepping over to more successful career, the beauty entered in the B-Town and won many awards.

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan (1994)


This Bollywood Queen is adored for her beauty. After standing as the runner-up in the Miss India pageant, Aishwarya stepped forward and won the 'Miss World' title. The 21 year old, architect student inspired girls to run for their goals as she too never turned back since her victory.

Priyanka Chopra (2000)


This beauty queen is leading a life that one can just dream of. After standing second in the 'Femina Miss India' contest, PeeCee went over and won 'Miss World' title in the same year. Priyanka climbed up the ladder and toda she is a global film star.

 

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