Congratulations Mrs. Manjula Sharma from New Delhi for being selected as a finalist of Mrs India International Queen 2024! Let’s know more about her. We interviewed Mrs. Manjula and here are her amazing answers:

Name: Manjula Sharma

Profession: Home Maker

Qualification: MA, B. Ed

Location: New Delhi

Strengths: Disciplined, Proactive, Honest, Dedicated, Fast, Humble, Creative & Versatile

Weakness: Impatient and shy

Likes: Shopping, Singing, Dancing and Home Decoration

Dislikes: Lies and Dishonesty   

Tell us about your family:

  • I have only one daughter who is working with an IT firm in Bangalore.
  • My husband is Commandant in the Border Security Force.
  • I have two pets. One lovely Pug and one adorable Persian Cat.

Quotes that keep you going, motivate you:

  • “To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people just exist.” – Oscar Wilde
  • “Stand before the people you fear and speak your mind- even if your voice shakes.” – Maggie Kuhn
  • “Love yourself first and everything falls in to line.” – Lucille Ball
  • “When you can’t find someone to follow, you have to find a way to lead by example.” – Roxane Gay
  • “You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.” – C S Lewis
  • If you want to shine like the sun, first burn like a sun. – Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam

Achievements/ Anything you are proud of yourself:

What is Women Empowerment according to you?

Empowering women, to me, is creating an atmosphere in which women have the freedom, opportunity and support they need to reach their full potential and participate equally in all aspects of life. It entails removing cultural barriers, preconception and discriminatory behaviors that deny women’s rights and opportunities.

True women empowerment encompasses Equal rights, Education, economic empowerment, health and well-being, ending gender-based violence and Leadership and representation.

Overall, women empowerment is about recognizing and valuing every woman’s innate dignity and value as well as providing them with the power and agency to create their own lives and contribute to the growth of society as a whole.

Message for the society:

Mental Health: In the midst of our daily life, let us remember to prioritize our mental health. Mental well-being is not a luxury; it is a necessary component of our entire health and enjoyment. Let us build a culture in which discussions about mental health are open, honest and stigma free. Where seeking help for mental struggles is seen as a sign of strength, not weakness. Let us establish habits that feed our minds, bodies, and souls, whether via meditation, therapy, exercise or spending time outdoors.

Let us work together to build a society that values, supports, and celebrates mental health. Where everyone feels seen, hard and cherished. Let us begin now because mental health is important and collectively, we can make a difference.


Cervical Cancer: Cervical Cancer is a disease that may be prevented and treated, yet it still kills far too many women throughout the world. It is time to raise awareness and take action about this dreadful disease.

Together let us be the change we want to see in the world. Let us aspire to build a society that is more compassionate, inclusive and sustainable. Our collaborate acts, no matter how tiny, have the ability to change the world for good. Let us make each day a chance to effect good change and leave a lasting impression on the world around us.

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

After becoming a Queen, I consider it my job and privilege to give back to society in significant ways:

I would utilize my platform to campaign for topics that are important to me such as mental health awareness, cervical cancer, gender equality, education for impoverished children, health, and economic empowerment. By raising awareness and speaking up about key problems, I want to encourage others to join the cause and affect good change.


Why have you participated in Mrs India International Queen?

I participated in Mrs India International Queen because I will in the power of representation and the value of using platforms like this to fight for important causes. Here are some of the reasons I opted to join:

  • Advocacy: I feel that participation in the pageant would provide me with a broader platform to promote awareness and influence good change.
  • Empowerment: I wanted to push myself and venture outside of my comfort zone in order to advance personally and professionally.
  • Inspiration: My goal to inspire others, particularity women, by sharing my path and proving that it is never too late to pursue your aspirations and make a difference in the society.
  • Community: I considered Mrs India International Queen as an opportunity to meet a varied group of people who share my beliefs and interests. I was looking forward to developing meaningful relationships, learning from others, and working on initiatives that have a significant influence on society.

Overall, participating in Mrs India International Queen was a personal decision motivated by a desire to make a difference, push myself, and inspire others. I am happy for the opportunity to be a part of this journey and make a positive difference in the world.