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Pratyusha Ghosh Bhattacharya Wins National Level Plus Size Competition – dainiktribuneonline.com

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, 25 November

Pratyusha Ghosh Bhattacharya, who grew up in Chandigarh, has won the coveted title of Mevan Miss Plus Size India 2023. The competition was recently held in the national capital. Pratyusha said that she had always wanted to participate in a beauty pageant and winning the title of Miss Plus Size India 2023 was a dream come true for her.

It is worth noting that Pratyusha did her schooling from Carmel Convent School in the city and then did her B.Tech from Chitkara University. Later she went to Narsi Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Hyderabad for her MBA.

Pratyusha said, “My mother has been a fighter and she gave me the courage to sign up for this competition. I have imbibed his never-give-up attitude, which has put me in good stead in the competition. My brother is a major in the Indian Army and has always been a source of inspiration for me.”

Pratyusha said that she was able to come out on top in the competition due to the qualities of inner faith and unwavering strength that she inherited from her parents and in-laws. But life was not easy for Pratyusha. Pratyusha lost her father a few years ago. It was her mother, who is a retired dean of GCG 42, her husband and in-laws who helped Pratyusha a lot in achieving her dreams of winning the competition.

Talking about her husband and in-laws, Pratyusha said, “If girls are provided with a support system from their family, they can achieve anything and everything. My husband and in-laws have encouraged me every step of the way. My parents are my biggest cheerleaders. He treasured my success as a winner beautifully.” Pratyusha further said that “body size should not be a parameter if a girl wants to fulfill her aspirations. We really need to challenge social norms around beauty and promote body positivity and self-acceptance.”

“Self-love is really important in this day and age, especially for young women who struggle with body consciousness on a daily basis due to influencer culture and excessive body shaming on social media,” says Pratyusha. When someone is ridiculed for their size, color, or other physical characteristic, it is important that the entire community steps up and respects each person’s physical and mental welfare. My voice is not just for ‘plus size’, it is for all body types that are socially shamed. Social media is having an adverse effect on the mental health of many people.”

Currently working as an e-commerce manager in Bengaluru, Pratyusha also credits her success to her mentor and mentor Hardeep Arora. “It was under his training and guidance that I got the confidence and courage to shine on the platform,” he said.

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