Harnaaz Sandhu to represent India at Miss Universe
The Times of India Delhi|November 28, 2021
Chandigarh-based Harnaaz Sand-hu (LIVA Miss Diva Universe2021) is all set to represent India at the 70th edition of the Miss Universe pageant to be held in Israel on December 12.
Debarati S Sen

Excitedly,she tells us,“I can’t wait to get started! I’m looking forward to competing with 80 other beauty queens from across the globe. It has been an incredible journey so far. It has been a lot of hard work, but only if I work hard, will I value my achievements.”

‘I’M LOOKING FORWARD TO THE SUB-CONTESTS’

Talking about the sub-contests she will be participating in, Harnaaz says, “The National Costume means a lot to me. When I used to watch pageants earlier, I’d feel overwhelmed to see girls showcasing the entire culture of their country in one costume. I hope to showcase a beautiful glimpse of India in this round.”

‘FEMININE HYGIENE IS A BIG CONCERN TODAY’

Harnaaz was recently invited to be a part of the free health camp for women organised by the Israel Embassy in association with Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre, and Khushi (NGO).“The camp was about breast and cervical cancer awareness. I urged women not to hesitate to talk about feminine hygiene concerns as it is imperative to break the stigma around it.”

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