A couple of days ago, Manasa Varanasi from Telangana has been crowned VLCC Femina Miss India World 2020. Soon after, people from all over the nation have congratulated Manasa and wished good luck as she will soon represent India on an international platform.
Beauty pageants, especially Miss India, has questions asked based on current-affairs or socially or politically inclined questions. So, a contestant is supposed to have basic knowledge of things happening around her with a good presence of mind. Similarly, Manasa Varanasi was asked “What is the difference between spirituality and religion” in her final round.
The winner said in her post-winning interview that she was also asked another question by the jury panel. And it was “Do you consider yourself as a religious person or a spiritual person?” Manasa did not unveil what she answered but instead told everyone to watch the show on Colors TV on 25 February at 12 pm. So, based on these questions, Manasa had to answer her perspective and since the young lady has won the title, we are certain that she must have given a well-thought answer that reflects her presence of mind.
Manasa Varanasi is a 23-year old B.Tech graduate in Computer Science and she did her college in Vasavi Engineering College, Hyderabad. Along with her, Manika Sheokand was declared VLCC Femina Miss Grand India 2020 while Uttar Pradesh’s Manya Singh crowned VLCC Femina Miss India 2020 Runner Up. The jury panel comprised actors Neha Dupia, Chitrangada Singh, Pulkit Samrat and renowned designer duo Falguni and Shane Peacock.