Beauty and talent come with a heart as Bablin Kaur plans to help such deserving organisations as Kidney Kids NZ, SPCA and Auckland City Mission. Born in a middle class family in Chandigarh, Bablin is keen to become independent and create a better environment for her family, relatives and friends. “There are many people [...]
From academics to sporting champs, career professionals to high school students, they are 26 beautiful & extremely diverse women who share one common dream – to take home the coveted title of Miss IndianNZ 2016. And they don’t have long to wait. In less than three weeks Bollywood will descend upon Auckland’s Aotea Centre for [...]
At 16, Risha Shritika Kumar would be one of the youngest contestants of Miss Indianz over the years. Born in Lautoka, Fiji, she hopes that Miss Indianz would be a new experience and a great way to get to know new people.
Auckland-born Natalie Narita Nand is an achiever with a difference. A ‘Participation and Inclusion Facilitator’ at a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), she is a specialist in community mental health support. Completing her graduation (Bachelor degree) in Science (with Psychology as a major subject), she launched her career at the NGO in 2012 and shortly thereafter took [...]
Virat Kohli drives the passion for life in Karishma Patel, a young woman pursuing her degree in Nursing in Auckland. A serious Hockey and Netball player, she seeks the title of ‘Miss Indianz 2016’ because she believes in her inner self and confidence. “Miss Indianz will boost my confidence and help me play a positive [...]
For Bollywood glitz and glamour in Down Under, nothing beats the annual Miss IndiaNZ event. Second only to Diwali Festival in the popularity stakes, Miss IndiaNZ is a calendar highlight for multitudes of Indian-Kiwis. Produced by specialist event company Rhythm House, and supported by Radio Tarana and Indian Newslink, it is a cultural extravaganza [...]
“Miss Indianz is a cultural event that will provide me the platform to meet new people and make friends. It will help me to come out of my comfort zone,” says 19-year-old Lipsa Patel, who migrated from her native Baroda (Gujarat) with her family in 2002 for a better lifestyle. A student at University of Auckland [...]
A Macleans College Year 13 student, Mansi Patel belongs to a traditional Gujarati family and believes that Miss Indianz would accord her the right opportunity to showcase her pure Indian culture. Mansi is in the process of completing her Cambridge qualifications and hopes to graduate in the medical field. “I am also interested in voluntary [...]