The pageant, which was held in the Indian state of Goa, saw contestants from across the planet. Piya is also the winner of Mrs India 2018 title final year.
Speaking about the occasion, Piya stated, “Victory for me is when I know I have utilised my potential, talent and capabilities to the fullest without focusing much on just the rewards. I embarked on this journey with a clear intention of representing all the Indians in Oman. I vaguely had an idea of what to expect and how to prepare. I brushed up my basics and did a lot of research too.”
Some guidance from participants of equivalent pageants and mentors as well helped her bag the crown. “But to be honest, at the back of my head, I went in as a complete fresher, with an open mind to learn.”
Piya provides complete credit to the 3 really powerful ladies in her life. ”My mother, mother-in-law and my daughter are the 3 powerful ladies in my life from whom I draw my inspiration. My father and husband as well have stood by me as help method.”
The enthusiastic Piya does not want to quit right here. “My next plan will be to do something for women in Oman and make sure there are more participants from this country on different international platforms.”
Piya has a extended list of folks who have stood by her and helped her reached the location exactly where she is now. “I would like to thank Radhika Wagh and Prashant Solapurkar for considering and believing in me. Thank you my mentors Manjiri Jamkhindikar, Pallavi Kaushik, Swati Jain, Roshni Kapoor, Sanjay Kannan Nalini Dhir, Sonal Panchal, Alesia Raut Surryavanshi, Anjali Raut and the entire team of Avyukta Media for all the love and support.”
Piya also thanked the judges who usually encouraged her to stand powerful. “Thank you judges Manini Mishra, Anjali Mody and Raghav Sharma. Your positive feedback gave me more strength and motivation to move forward,” she added.
Information Source: Muscat Daily