Little Miss Universe wants to foster Odia culture, work for impecunious kids
June 14, 2017 - miss universe
Little Miss Universe, Padmalaya Nanda, 12-year-old lady from Odisha, who won a Little Miss Universe 2017 beauty pageant, wants to foster her enlightenment all over a universe and work for impecunious children.
Though she hasn’t motionless what she wants to do when she grows up, she strongly feels a need to do something for safeguarding her informative heritage. She mentioned that she is too immature to know that now. Talking about her knowledge of being on an general stage, she pronounced to IANS,
It was great. we am really happy to have won these titles. we got to know of opposite cultures by assembly so many general people. we ensured that we represented my nation and a enlightenment in loyal spirits.
Padmalaya also wants to work for a means of impecunious children. Talking about what she has been doing now, she said,
I always applaud my birthday in an institution called Swami Bichitrananda Kalyan Ashram. we also applaud holidays including Diwali, Dussehra, New Year, and Odia New Year with them.
Apart from winning a Golden Crown, she also won 3 other titles including Little Miss Actress and Little Miss Universe Grand Prix. According to India Times, she is a initial Indian to have won a 3 titles. By winning these titles in the pageant that was hold in Georgia, she also becomes a youngest lady to have won all these titles.
As partial of subsequent phase, she wants to attend in a Junior Model International and Little Miss World. Little Miss World takes place in Greece in September. In a talent round, she achieved a Sambalpuri dance of Odisha.