Durga Bishural was crowned Mrs. Heritage International Nepal while Aditi Shrestha bagged the title of Ms. Heritage International Nepal amidst an event organized by Green Arts Media Pvt. Ltd at Hotel Shankar on Friday.
Worked as a vice-president at Lions Club of Kathmandu Chandragiri, Bishural holds a masters degree in Sociology. While Shrestha is a make-up artist and a BSW (Bachelor’s in social work) second year student at Nesfield College.
With an aim to promote and preserve the cultural monuments, UNESCO World Heritage Sites enlisted countries annually compete at this international pageant.
Anila Shrestha conducted the grooming sessions and trained the contestants to enhance their personality, confidence, aptitude and hone their skills on media and stage presentation. Mrs. Heritage international Nepal, Rajani Thapa and Manju Banjade have respectively represented the country in 2015 and 2016.
The winners will be competing in Heritage International 2019 being held at The Garden City, Singapore from February 12-17. Representatives from 40 countries will make their participation at the event.