Sang Doma Tamang, Miss India Sikkim 2019 will represent the state at the grand finale of Miss India in Mumbai Credit: EastMojo Image 

Gangtok: Miss India Sikkim 2019, Sang Doma Tamang, is back home after her crowning in Kolkata on April 23 and she is confident of securing a spot in the top five of the beauty pageant. The 19-year-old will head to Mumbai in May for her grooming session following which the grand finale of Fbb Femina Miss India 2019 will take place there.

Speaking to media on Sunday, Sang said, “I am working on my communication skill which is a key factor in the fashion world. I will give my 100% to bring the crown home and I see myself in top 5. My smile, positive attitude, presentation, walk and confidence are my strengths which have helped me reach here and will continue to motivate me in future as well.”

Also Read: Know your beauty queen: Here are the Miss India finalists from NE

She thanked all her supporters for their overwhelming love and appealed to them to continue their support, especially in social media platforms by liking and commenting on her pictures at Miss India organization.

The 19-year-old from Sikkim Said, “I will give my 100% to bring the crown home and I see myself in top 5”

“During the zonal crowning I got the idea about the finale which has definitely helped me gain ideas about the pageant,” she said, adding that the girls from other states are dazzling, and the competition is going to be tough.

“I will grab every opportunity I get and will guide and encourage my juniors who has similar passion and dreams and will continue with my education through distance course,” she added.

Further, she thanked her mentor Gyurmela Bhutia , CEO Positude and Bijay Subba for their constant support and guidance since Miss Sikkim contest.

“Positude is my second home and I will extend my support to it whenever possible”, she said.

Also Read: Foreign delegates steal the show at NE international fashion week

Gyurmela Bhutia, CEO, Positude recalled Sang to be a shy girl during Miss Sikkim contest but after the crowning I can see a good change in her.

“Earlier she lacked on communication skills and had stage fear. But now, she has learn to fight her weaknesses and is growing gracefully with full focus and seriousness which I am very proud of,” she said.

She suggested Sang to change but for good, stay punctual and adopt good manners and character which will take her places in future.

“I hope she will do us proud and be a role model for all the aspiring models of the State and guide them through her experiences,” the Positude CEO added.

Sang (19) hails from Upper Shyari, Gangtok. She is pursuing Education Honours (1st year) from Nar Bahadur Degree College, Tadong. She was top five finalists of Miss Sikkim 2018 and had bagged the subtitle of Miss Photogenic 2018.

Latest Stories

Leave a comment

Leave a comment