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Aum Events hosts Miss India NJ 2015 Beauty Pageant at NJ Expo Hall in Edison

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EDISON, NJ - Three Beauty Pageants were presented on November 8, at the NJ Convention Center in Raritan Center, Edison.  Hosted by Aum Events, 21 contestants participated to win three titles of Miss India New Jersey, Miss Teen India New Jersey and Mrs. India New Jersey 2015. 

The events began with each contestant in Indian costume walking on stage and introducing themselves. Emcee Divya Mehta highlighted their dreams and passions in the second round, evening gown competition.  The final competition was a talents round.

The top 5 finalists in each category were asked questions by judges including Amir Alexander Hasson CHO, of Oxigen USA, Thevan Theivakumar, Senior Partner New York Life, Nishi Bahl, President, Panache Entertainment and Manisha Mehta, Director, My World Child Care Center.

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Winners were announced by NJ State Pageant Director Jayesh Mehta and crowning of the winners was performed by National Directors, Neelam and Dharmatma Saran.

Amira Arora was crowned Miss Teen India NJ 2015, while Neha Pasupuleti was awarded 1st Runner-up and Rhea Kanwar won 2nd Runner-up.

Nandini Raani Iyer was crowned Miss India NJ 2015 while Preethi Kamat was awarded 1st Runnet-up and Kiran Sharma won 2nd Runner-up.

Priyanka Parihar was crowned Mrs. India NJ 2015 while Richa Dhody was awarded 1st Runner-up and Vishakha Shah won 2nd Runner-up.

The winners in each category will enter to win Miss India USA, Miss Teen India USA and Mrs. India USA titles on December. 6 which will be held at Royal Albert’s Palace in Fords. That event will be hosted by IFC with contestants from 30 states.

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