Banpreet Kaur to mark India’s debut at Mrs. World Noble Queen beauty pageant

Banpreet Kaur, Mrs. West Bengal 2020, Rubaru Mrs. India World Noble Queen 2021 and India’s very first representative to Mrs. World Noble Queen competition.
Banpreet Kaur, Mrs. West Bengal 2020, Rubaru Mrs. India World Noble Queen 2021 and India’s very first representative to Mrs. World Noble Queen competition.

On August 29, 2021, India’s very first representative to the international beauty pageant – Mrs. World Noble Queen was crowned. Banpreet Kaur from Kolkata was crowned Rubaru Mrs. India World Noble Queen 2021, at the grand finale of Rubaru Mrs. India 2021, contest held in New Delhi. She also won Mrs. Ramp Walk special award at the said event. Winning this title also bestowed her with the golden opportunity to mark India’s debut at Mrs. World Noble Queen competition.

Banpreet Kaur was crowned by Rubaru Miss India Elite 2019-20, Maitri Monali Pradhan and Rubaru Miss Globe India 2019-20, Evneet Kaur Juneja.
Banpreet Kaur was crowned by Rubaru Miss India Elite 2019-20, Maitri Monali Pradhan and Rubaru Miss Globe India 2019-20, Evneet Kaur Juneja.

Banpreet Kaur belongs to the city of Kolkata. She holds an honours degree in commerce and a diploma in interior designing. She is a social activist and actively participates in community service programs. She stands 5 ft. and 7 inches tall, and has brown hair and brown eyes. She is a polyglot and speaks 5 languages including English, Hindi, Punjabi, Bengali and French. Prior to winning the national title, she was crowned Mrs. West Bengal 2020 and won direct entry to the finals of Rubaru Mrs. India contest.

About the pageant: Mrs. World Noble Queen – Mrs. World Noble Queen is an international beauty pageant headquartered in Malaysia. It is run by Noble Empress Productions under the leadership of Malaysian model, entrepreneur, fashion consultant and beauty queen, Jan Sit. It is one of the foremost international beauty pageants for married women. In past, the pageant has been hosted by nations like Hong Kong, Myanmar, Cambodia and Malaysia.

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