Ash Venkat Represents India At Pageant Of The World

Ash Venkat Represents India At Pageant Of The World

Pageant of the world aims to conquer the culture of beauty across Australia and the world. It aspires to outgrow and radically steer away from the traditional notion of a beauty pageant per se, by modernising and enlarging the concept into an integrated idea encompassing health, beauty, charity and socio-economic deeds. It welcomes all sectors of the society locally and overseas, fostering harmony and community engagement.

And representing India in this contest is Ash Venkat, a young student from Canberra. Being backed by a really supportive family, Aishhwarya was encouraged to be an extrovert. Over time, she left her comfort zone to accomplish her ambitions. It was not long after her birth that her family took it upon themselves to introduce her to different cultures of the world. All throughout her school life, Aishhwarya was brought up as an individual with a strong moral inclination towards the society we live in. She has also been regularly involved in voluntary charity work.

Keeping the traveller in her alive, she moved to Canberra as an International student when she was 17 years of age. “Path to a happy life is guided by one’s experiences”, she says. It is for these experiences that she had hoped to someday become a part of such pageants.

Dramatics and singing have also been a huge part of her extra-curricular life, playing a huge role in developing her personality over the years. Hard work and dedication are principles, which she has adapted over time and hopes to successfully implement them in future to help the growth of the community as well. With these titles in hand, she wants to help the community in the way of being directly involved with several charities and missions to bring about a change in the life of several people in need of help.

You can vote for her at or buy tickets for the finale night from, which promises to be an event filled with celebration and multicultural pride. Your ticket includes canapes on arrival, a three-course dinner menu and unlimited vinum beverage.


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