Sohni Punjaban, in association with Bebe Nanaki Ji Ngo, Paramjyot Foundation and World Sikh Chamber of Commerce (WSCC), a unique platform, has recently successfully organized their grand finale at Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur College of Commerce, Delhi University.
Manpreet Kaur, Mallika Kaur Sethi and Simran Devgan were crowned in the Miss category and Jyoti Nagpal, Kavleen Kaur and Gurpreet Kaur in the Mrs. category. The winners were awarded INR 21,000, INR 11,000 and INR 5,000 as per their positions; crowns, trophies and multiple gifts were also given to them. Miss Manpreet Kaur and Mrs Jyoti Nagpal, the winners in Miss and Mrs category, received a one-day luxury stay at a 5-star property. All the other participants were given big hampers and gifts. Also, to keep everyone happy and motivated, titles, sash and crowns were given basis their personality and performance. Some titles were as follows Miss Anokhi Adakara, Miss Wakhra Swag, Miss beautiful smile, Most beautiful eyes etc.
Women from different backgrounds were part of the show. It was so alluring to witness how females were learning from each other from the age group starting 16 to 50. The event began even before the show with the grooming sessions, and on the grand finale day, the ramp walk and their different talents were showcased. The talent round was an amalgamation of dancing, singing, poetry and acting. The ramp walk round in Indian attire set the stage on fire. The show’s beauty was to take culture, beauty, personality and values hand in hand.
The jury and sponsors had some notable names, including Mrs Mridu Miglani (Dentist and Facial aesthetician), Mrs Era Awasthi (Advocate), and Mrs Jasleen Kaur (President, WSCC), Mrs Vaishvi Lakhina (Fashion Designer) and Miss Neeleshwari Basak (International Groomer). Judges were invited from different backgrounds to set diversity and get equitable results. Sponsors and some well-known names present at the event increased the stature of the show.
Mrs Amrita Kaur, the founder and organizer of the Sohni Punjaban show, encapsulates her experience by saying, “I am extremely grateful to almighty that I was able to put together a platform like Sohni Punjaban where all Miss and Mrs got an opportunity to embrace and showcase their talent.”
She further says, “Also, I am thankful to my team who made this event possible. It was overwhelming to see all females coming together with an intent to learn and explore. I want to congratulate the winners, but for me, everyone who participated was a winner as their talent and energy raised the bar of our stage. Also, my special regards to all the sponsors for holding our hands and making it a huge success.”
Sohni Punjaban promises to come with the next edition very soon. The team is even more geared up with tremendous excitement, enthusiasm and love from audiences and the participants.