Congratulations MRS. GEETANSHU from Delhi for being the Finalist of Mrs India International Queen 2021! Let’s know more about her! We interviewed Mrs. Geetanshu and here are her amazing answers:


Name: Geetanshu


Profession: Chartered Accountant


Qualification: B.Sc., CA


Location: Delhi


Strengths: Self-motivation, positive attitude, resilience   

Weakness: Perfectionism. To get things perfect, sometimes I focus too much on details.

Likes: Reading, travelling to new places, adventure sports. I want to enjoy each and every moment of this beautiful life.


Dislikes: imperiousness, egotism, dishonesty


Tell us about your family.

My father is a lawyer and mother is a homemaker. I am grateful to my parents who always encourage me to be independent.  My husband is a partner in one of the leading CA firms. He has always been a source of motivation for me. We are gifted with a loving son who is pursuing engineering in Singapore.  My brother is a lawyer and his wife is recently selected amongst top ten general counsels of India by CEO Insights.  The entire family enjoys a great bonding and stood by me throughout the ups and downs of life.


Quotes that keep you going, motivates you:

  • “Only I can change my life. No one can do it for me!”
  • “This too shall pass!”
  • “I didn’t come this far, to only come this far.”
  • “Be your own kind of beautiful!”


Achievements/ Anything you are proud of yourself:

I am a cancer survivor and was able to bounce back to my professional and personal life with greater passion and endurance. I was actively involved in policy making and standard-setting activities for CA profession, including representing at various international and regulatory forums.


What is Women Empowerment according to you?

Women empowerment is the realisation of the power which resides within us.  For me, women empowerment enables women to take control of their own lives and set their own goals by breaking down the shackles of age-old patriarchy. The sense of self-belief, confidence, literacy, and financial independency are some of the pre-requisite to women empowerment.


Message for the society:

For a good Society, first of all, we should have a ‘we feeling’, i.e. a feeling of togetherness and belongingness. In these uncertain times, we should recognise that everyone needs help in one form or another and nobody is immune to adversities of life. We should start helping others before expecting the same from them. We should respect individuals, have a sense of gratitude and be humble.


How will you give back to society after becoming a Queen?

I want to create more awareness for cancer patients, help them regain their confidence so that they can deal with the situation and emerge as conquerors.  I would like to inspire them and help them in believing that it is just a phase of life, which can be surpassed with positivity, determination and will power.


Education is another area, I always wanted to work towards, especially, for underprivileged children. I would like to carry forward the motto of ‘each one, teach one’.  Further, I want to work towards empowering women in rural areas by helping them to gain financial independence on the strengths of their creative skill-sets.


Why have you participated in Mrs India International Queen?

Mrs India International Queen, is one of the most prestigious platforms, which recognises women of substance and promotes women empowerment.  These two beliefs are very close to my heart.  The motto of this pageant ‘Be Strong, Be Confident, Be You’, is something which motivated me and is easily relatable with my journey of life.  I believe that this platform will not only help in strengthening my belief in my potential, but would also enable me to achieve higher purpose of my life, which is to work for cancer patients, education for underprivileged children and rural women empowerment.