Miss Hetauda 2012 to be held on Nov 24

UPDATE:
Event – Miss Hetauda 2012
Date – November 24 (Mangsir 9, 2069) Saturday
Venue – Palpasa Hall, Chamber Road, Hetauda.

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Bal Chhahari Nepal, Makawanpur and Aon Creation Pvt. Ltd are jointly organizing the Miss Hetauda, 2012 beauty contest among the beauties of Makwanpur district. The winner of the Miss Hetauda title this year will receive a cash prize of Rs. 100,000 and the first and second runner ups will each receive a cash prizes Rs. 15,000.

The audition of Miss Hetauda, held on Bhadra 22 and 23 (September 7 and 8) had selected 16 beauties for the grand finale. The semi-final and cultural program was held on October 20, 2012 but, the final is yet to be announced.

Contestants

Here are the 16 contestants of this year’s Miss Hetauda (Click on the image below to enlarge):

all_16_contestants

1    Anusha Gurung
2    Jyoti Paudel
3    Saloni Lama Tamang
4    Renu Gurung
5    Rupa Rai
6    Karuna Thapa
7    Rupa Karki
8    Nima Lama Moktan
9    Aarati Adhikari
10    Rashmi Shrestha
11    Rosy Timalsina
12    Srijana Lataula
13    Bidushi Baniya
14    Kamala Khatri
15    Sunita Paudel
16    Sudha Shahi Thakuri

The winner of the contest will get an opportunity to participate in Miss Nepal 2013 beauty contest.

Contest Name too many titles

The beauty contest was initially named ‘I am She Pageant Hunt 2012’ beauty contest during the call of audition. ‘I AM She’ is a national beauty pageant in India to send it’s representative to Miss Universe beauty contests. The contest started in 2010 when Femina Miss India relinquished its patent to send it’s representative to Miss Universe.

It seems the name had created problems to the organizers, that it was later changed to Miss Hetuda 2012. The organizers had told that the name change was caused by ‘some technical reason.’

miss_hetauda_2012_too_many_titles

Although there are only 16 contestants, the organizers had announced that 20 different titles will be awarded in the contest (including Miss Sweet). It seems nobody will need to get disappointed at the end of the event.

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