Published On: Thu, Feb 16th, 2017

Varna Sampath opens up: “I was sad to lose but happy with what I achieved”


Miss South India 2017 was held at the Camelot convention centre, Alleppey, presented by Manappuram finance limited, co-organised by Pegasus. 18 bold and beautiful participated; Reshma Nambiar (Kochi), Samantha Jose (Trichur), Anu Treesa (Kottayam), Reshma R K Nambiar (Calicut) Abhirami V Iyer (Tamil Nadu), Akila Narayan (Tamil Nadu), Bavithra B (Tamil Nadu), Carol Menezes (Karnataka), Demina Rao (Karnataka), Madhuri Jain (Tamil Nadu), Nishitha Shrinath (Karnataka), Pratheeksha Ravi (Tamil Nadu), Shabnam Ali (Karnataka), Slloka Saincherr (Telangana), Suja Suriya Nila (Tamil Nadu), Sunaina Allamraju (Andhra Pradesh), Shushmitha (Karnataka) and Varna Sampath (Karnataka).


Varna Sampath represented Karnataka in the contest. She is a teacher, an entrepreneur and a dreamer. She has her own dance school “Varna nrithashaala” and is teaching over 150 students. She is doing her PhD in life sciences and, she is aiming for the Miss Queen of India title and finally, to represent India in Miss Asia contest. Talking to unique times through the phone, she spoke about her preparations “I am going to gym regularly, doing my dance practices and am taking precautions as well. Miss Queen of India is my next step and I will come back”


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Varna Sampath opens up: “I was sad to lose but happy with what I achieved”