A dream that has fascinated innumerable young girls throughout their childhood for decades, being Miss World, was a dream Manushi Chillar realized a few months ago. Her Instagram profile reflects how effectively she has banked on her popularity to change the world with kindness!
Before we move towards talking about Manushi Chillar’s Instagram profile, let us revisit this heart-pounding moment that made her the sixth Indian woman to conquer the Miss World title.
After conquering the world, and receiving a thunderous welcome on her return to India, her journey as Miss World had only begun. Manushi Chillar loves two things, to have fun and bring joy to the underprivileged.
After briefly savouring her newfound status, she began to employ her popularity to bring about awareness and change to a number of trivial issues in society such as imparting education about menstrual hygiene, lending her support to low-cost sanitary napkins, and working for the welfare of children affected by Down’s Syndrome.
Manushi Chillar’s Instagram depicts her joy and happiness at being part of something bigger and not only enjoying her well-deserved limelight but using it for the benefit of others! Behold..
Meet the kids from “New Light” living in the slums of Kolkata. Was greeted by such enthusiasm! It was so exciting to speak to them about school, science and many of them want to be doctors. Their curiosity was never ending and I had to face an army of questions which I enjoyed answering! Outfit – @ridhimehraofficial Jewellery – @karishma.joolry Styled by @stylestashofficial
To make the best of any opportunity in life it is important to be healthy and hygienic. Taking to the adolescent girls in Dharavi slum of Mumbai about Menstrual hygiene. There is also a sanitary pad manufacturing unit employing women of the slum and making biodegradable, compostable sanitary pads from pine wood pulp.
An experience filled with love ? APAE is a foundation that not only acts as a learning centre for those with Down Syndrome but supports them through the job market! Everyone deserves love and equal opportunities. What I loved about the people learning there was the self worth they had and their generosity.
Way to go Manushi. You make us all proud.