Manya Singh, the runner up in the Miss India event held in India, is the daughter of a Rikshaw driver. Manya Singh’s story is being talked about in the whole Indian media.
On February 10, Manya Singh, India’s second most beautiful runner-up in Coms India 2020, shared her life story.
Mania Sing Story:
She said: “I’ve spent numerous nights without food and sleep. I’ve spent many afternoons walking for miles on end. My blood, sweat, and tears have amalgamated into the courage to pursue my dreams. Being a rickshaw driver’s daughter. I never had the opportunity to attend school as I had to start working in my teens. All the clothes I had were hand-me-downs. I yearned for books, but luck wasn’t in my favour.
Eventually, my parents mortgaged. Whatever little jewellery my mother had to ensure that I paid my exam fees in order to earn a degree. My mother has suffered a lot to provide for me. At 14, I ran away from home. I somehow managed to complete my studies in the day. Became a dishwasher in the evening and worked at a call centre at night. I’ve walked hours to reach places so I could save the rickshaw fare. I am here today at the VLCC Femina Miss India 2020 stage to uplift my father. My mother, and my young brother and to show the world that all is possible. If you are committed to yourself and your dreams.”
Mania Singh about his Parents:
According to Mania, her participation in the beauty pageant shows the world that nothing is impossible if one wants to fulfil one’s dreams and remain committed to the development of one’s family. After the runners-up in the beauty pageant, Mania shared a photo of her parents on Instagram Story. In the picture, she is holding a newspaper in which there is a picture of Mania wearing a crown in the beauty contest. “I worship them,” she also said, respecting his parents.
Mania Singh also sees education as a strong weapon and plans to continue her education in management studies. According to Mania Singh’s bio, she is inspired by former Miss World and Indian actress Priyanka Chopra. In addition, his mother is significant in his life, and it was his mother who encouraged him to move forward in life. She also learned from his mother the virtues of working hard and never giving up.
It is to be noted that Manasa Varanasi from the southern Indian state of Telangana has also won the title of Femina Miss India 2020 in the Miss India pageant to be held on February 10. Manya Singh of Uttar Pradesh was the runner-up in the competition while Manika Shivakand from the Indian state of Haryana won the title of Femina Miss Grand India 2020.