Beauty comes in all shapes and sizes: Meet Ms Plus Size India 2019 Finalist Sushmita Sen
By Suresh K. Lama
Gangtok, Sept 4
“A real woman is one who wears confidence with grace regardless of her body type”
Sushmita Sen from Gangtok had recently represented Sikkim in National Stage on 30th of June, and reached upto Top 10, as one of the top Finalist, in Ms. Plus Size Beauty Pageant 2019 held at New Delhi, where she had won MS Glowing Skin subtitle. She is the first woman from Sikkim and Northeast to represent in this plus size contest on National Stage, which is a huge achievement not just for herself but for the whole state.
She is the daughter of Kamal Kumar Sen and Sujan Pradhan Sen. She is an alumni of Paljor Namgyal Girls School, Gangtok and St. Joseph’s College, Darjeeling.
MS Plus Size 2019 is a prestigious platform for plus size ladies where they take the curtains off the unbeatable potential they hold within. The pageant aims to search for fierce women who create absolute change and represent the community of plus size ladies with sheer confidence and uphold the advocacy of a worthy cause. Entering in the world of beauty where dreams become reality and achievements become history.
MS Plus Size India empowers women’s to look beyond sizes and exhibit their talent to accomplish the goals globally. Emerge from the sinkhole of societal beliefs, arm yourself with confidence, punch above your weight, and walk the ramp with pride. MS Plus Size Beauty Pageant 2019 is a symbol of unparalleled beauty that mingles with attitude and elegance.
“Stereotypes damage people at every stage of their lives from schools to workplaces and even medical offices. Stereotypes can become too rigid and when there is no room for growth the label becomes stifling, both for the individuals who are labeled and for the category itself. The challenge is to keep an open mind even for the most solid “givens.” Absolutism is not a virtue in our constantly changing world. After reading this post, I am sure many of our women would get inspired to get out of their nutshell and come over that Body-Shaming concept”. adds Sushmita.