Prachi Mishra : Miss Earth India 2012
Prachi Mishra has been crowned Femina Miss India Earth 2012 by Hasleen Kaur (Femina Miss India Earth 2011) at the Bhavans Ground in Mumbai, India on 30th March, 2012. Prachi Mishra will represent India in Miss Earth 2012, the 12th edition of the Miss Earth beauty contest which will be held at the Versailles Palace in Alabang, Muntinlupa City, Philippines on Saturday night of 24th November, 2012.
Miss India 2012 Semifinalists :
Vanya Mishra has won the Miss India 2012 award, Prachi Mishra has won the Miss India Earth 2012 title and Rochelle Maria Rao has won the Miss India International 2012 title.
Prachi Mishra’s Profile & Photogallery :
Prachi Mishra’s birth place is Allahbad, Uttar Pradesh, India. She is 25 years old and 168 cm told. Her weight is 49 kg and her vital statistics in inches 33-25-36. Her hometown is Pune. She knows Hindi and English languages. She has completed her education at Symbiosis, Pune. Her hobbies are Reading and Travelling. Her favourite actor is Akshay Kumar and her favourite movie is Jab We Met. Her Personal Motto is, “The best way to predict your future is to create it”. She won the First Runner-up Miss India 2012 title at the grand finale of Miss India 2012 beauty pageant.
When asked Prachi Mishra, “What environmental project will you create to promote the protection of Mother Earth and why?”
She replied (in her own word), “To provide solar light to 500 remote rural households in India in a span of 100 days because these households use non-renewable resources like firewood and kerosene that lead to CO2 emission and deforestation which directly impacts the environment. I would create a project to set an example for the youth of India to emulate.”
When asked Prachi about environmental advocacy and why did you choose it, she replied, “2012 is the year of sustainable energy. I would like to unleash the energy of youth to provide solar energy to the remotest village to fight endemic poverty. Sustainable energy will power sustainable development. Because, India being a tropical country receives 325 days of direct sunlight which increases the potential of using solar energy and also because 50% of Indian population is below the age of 25 years. So, putting these 2 together. I would like to motivate this use of sustainable energy.”.
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