Indian Queen Maker Amisha Chaudhary joins hands with International Pageant For Her Flagship Brand Mrs India Legacy

The wait is now over. Diadem Mrs India Legacy is back! This May, get ready to witness a gala of fashion and entertainment as the queens put their best foot forward in pursuit of the coveted crown.

The journey of Mrs India Legacy began in the year 2018 with the objective of providing a national platform for women from different walks of life. Amisha Chaudhary is the founder and director of the Diadem Mrs India Legacy. She’s a pageant winner herself – the first Indian to be crowned as Ms United Nations in 2017.

After working in the hospitality industry for a decade, Amisha is now a full-fledged entrepreneur with a vision to help women reach their full potential and realize their dreams. Fondly described as India’s Queen Maker, she’s also an avid campaigner for women’s rights through her revolutionary campaign, Masik Satya.

After launching several successful pageants, Diadem Mrs India Legacy has now established itself as one of the most prominent organizations in Indian pageantry. The winners of Diadem Mrs India Legacy will further represent India on international platforms. Every year, the pageant  sends its queens to Mrs United Nations and Mrs Universe.

Amisha Chaudhary is determined to take her brand to International Platform and the recent tie-up of Diadem Mrs India Legacy & Mrs International Global is a classic example of how an Indian Pageant ensures that it creates endless opportunities for Indian Women. Diadem Mrs India Legacy is now an official license holder and has the exclusive rights in India to send its queens to participate in Mrs International Global at Malaysia.

Diadem Mrs India Legacy pioneers at being one of the only pageants with a core philanthropic pursuit. Its initiative, Masik Satya, is a revolutionary movement that focuses on ground level development to ensure women empowerment. The queens and other volunteers organize campaigns to raise awareness and educate people about menstrual hygiene. These programs help underprivileged and rural Indian communities improve their quality of life.

As a concluding note, Amisha adds, “There are several misconceptions surrounding beauty pageants. We are here to change that. Sure, pageants are a celebration of beauty. But at the same time, they help develop self-confidence, discipline, and many other important skills. It is a life-changing experience for sure. This year, we’re excited to find our new brilliant pageant queens who will help further our social cause and take the legacy ahead”

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