GUWAHATI: Trisha Shetty winner of Miss India Goa 2020 has been appointed as Miss Grand India 2020 and Trisha will represent India in Miss Grand International 2020 to be held on March 27th, in Bangkok.
Hailing from the ‘Pearl of the Orient’ of India – Goa, Trisha Shetty firmly believes in personal growth each day and thus presenting her best version at all times. Not new to pageantry, she was previously crowned Miss India International First runner-up in the year 2019. And with her stint at Campus Princess 2020, she made her entry at the ongoing prestigious national pageant of VLCC Femina Miss India 2020 co-powered by Sephora & Roposo.
Besides being an academic excellence, she shines in various extracurricular activities. She holds a degree in Bharatanatyam; she is a national level gold medalist in calligraphy with a keen interest in debating, swimming, and belly dancing. This fitness freak makes sure to get a daily dose of hardcore workouts for her peaceful sleep. Trisha has also had the opportunity to study in seven different schools under all the education boards of our country.
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We all have a turning point in our lives that guides us to the rightful mission of our life. Today we take this opportunity to share a harrowing incident from Trisha’s life that transformed her approach to life. “It was on 6th January 2019, I lost my best friend, Raghav Thakran, to suicide. No one saw this coming — the least of all me. This was an incident in my life that changed my whole perspective to a more empathetic one. was left with so many unanswered questions, due to which I faced fearful flashbacks during my healing. This period was extremely difficult to cope with, but I am so grateful for all the support my family showed me. Finally, I could come out on the other side with my best friend’s memories in my heart.
After losing a loved one, Trisha, an aspiring graphic designer, realized the importance of mental health and desperately wanted to break the silence around suicide, which propelled her to pursue psychology. “I know that we cannot undo what is done,” she said, further adding that, “we can definitely learn from what has happened and change for the better for a kinder future- both for us and those around us. I want to say to all those struggling right now- hang in there this, too, shall pass.”
Trisha Shetty, VLCC Femina Miss India Goa 2020, who dealt with the loss of her loved one, hopes to normalize mental health across all backgrounds with the help of the national platform. By sharing her experience that shaped her life choices, Trisha is an inspiration to thousands of youngsters.
With happiness as her key to success, along with a blend of decisive optimism and self-responsibility, this psychologist-to-be believes that life is full of surprises, and the better is yet to come. We wish he all the best in her future endeavors.