List of Indian Beauty Pageant Winners

List Of Indian Beauty Pageant Winners

Indian winners of important beauty pageants:

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... Priyanka Chopra when India also won the third largest pageant Miss Asia Pacific by Indian Beauty Dia Mirza ... India has the second highest number of Miss World winners only second to Venezuela ... This list is incomplete you can help by expanding it ...

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