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I WANT TO VISIT ITALY, WALK AT WORLD FASHION SHOWS: DESHNA JAIN

By Mukul Arora . 19th July 2018 12:30pm
I WANT TO VISIT ITALY, WALK AT WORLD FASHION SHOWS: DESHNA JAIN

Deshna Jain, a 20-year-old girl from Tikamgarh, Madhya Pradesh who has become Miss Deaf Asia and the third runner-up of Miss Deaf International held in Taiwan, says the platform has given her a new boost and she now wants to go to Italy and participate in fashion shows globally. In an email conversation when asked about her goals after winning the crown she told; “This platform has given me a great boost and new vision. I want to go to Italy and walk at the World Fashion Show. This is my new motivation in life,” Coming from a small town in Madhya Pradesh, Jain became Miss India Deaf 2018 and represented the country at international platforms. Telling about her experience she wrote; “It has been a great experience indeed. From the beginning of the journey, I was feeling positive that I will win and finally I did. This is the best thing about my win at the international pageant: my zeal to work hard has led me to international recognition. Overall, it became a memorable experience as I was appreciated by people for being humble and hard-working,” 

Telling about her life, she wrote that her journey was tough but she enjoyed it. “I was in awe of women working hard in Taiwan. Other contestants were also experienced, more beautiful and taller than me which was a matter of worry. But I remained positive and performed. Meeting deaf people from different regions of the world was the greatest learning. But dressing up again and again with very few hours of sleep was tiring. Also, I had difficulty adapting to the cuisine in Taiwan. On the whole, it was a great learning experience and I want to share it with deaf people all over India,”
  She also told that her family has been her greatest strength. “They have supported me at every step of the journey. I have been living away from family since the age of 3, which was not easy. However, my parents wanted me to study and become independent for which I had to be away. It was their decision that I should go to Indore and study. When I started modeling, they encouraged me to go and reach greater heights,”