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Classy and Sassy- Sushmita Sen.

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Miss Universe 1994, ManilaWhat is the essence of being a woman?"Just being a woman is god's gift that all of us must appreciate. The origin of a child in a mother is a woman. She shows a man what sharing, caring and loving is all about. That is an essence of a woman."

With these words, she won the heart of the world and became first ever "Miss Universe" from India. It is not every day that 18 years old speaks of tyrannised children or explain the essence of a woman. Sushmita Sen was the youngest among 77 contestants from all over the world. The wondrous fact was that the gown she wore for the final round was designed by her mother and stitched from the lesser known tailor of Meena Bazaar. Witnessing the masses of people in the audience was inspiring and an honour to document as a woman and as a citizen. Her charming personality and radiant approach towards life made her ultimate icon for many.
"What made me win Miss Universe was my belief in as on average I…

The myterious and abandoned heritage -Orchha

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With a rich culture, ancient heritage monuments and majestic temples, India is an enthralling place to explore. There are places with the perfect blend of ancient charm and deep history. One of my absolute favourite attraction is "Orchha". It is not sort of a wonderful place to visit, you can get a lot of stories fix in the walls of the palace. Orchha, which means "abandoned land" in the local language.
Fort Complex, Orchha Fort Complex was founded in (16th century) by Bundela Chief, Rudra Pratap Singh. It is located in the Northern part of the State of Madhya Pradesh in the central region of India with few historical heritage on the bank of Betwa river. Greenery and the vibes on the way to Orchha will definitely make you feel relaxed and rejuvenated. The Betwa River flows through the town where here breaks through seven channels called the 'Satdhara', of which the origin is poetically ascribed to seven of the Orchha chiefs in honour of whose achievement t…