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


Name: Mrs. Sharmistha Das Dey


Profession: Banker (Senior Manager with Bank of Baroda)


Qualification: M.Sc in Computer Science


Location: New Delhi


Strengths: My strength is my strong willpower and my positive approach towards life.


Weakness: My weakness is my trust. I feel I trust people too easily.


Likes: Travel and Music


Dislikes: Hypocrisy and condescending attitudes.


Tell us about your family.


My family is my small world inside the big world. My small world consists of my loving daughter, my doting son and an understanding husband. My family is like an oasis in times when I’m troubled and burdened with things beyond my control.


Quotes that keep you going, motivates you:

  • “Say yes to your dreams! Dream it. Believe it. Build it!”
  • “Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will.”

Achievements/ Anything you are proud of yourself:


With the money I saved from the salaries of my first few years, I could buy my parents a home that really made me feel proud about myself.


What is Women Empowerment according to you?


Every women’s success story should be an inspiration to another. I believe we are strongest when we cheer and egg each other on. According to me woman empowerment is about creating a strong woman by being one.

Nature has already made a woman mentally and emotionally strong. The only empowerment is to allow them to develop to their full potential. She should be made to believe in herself and follow her dreams. I really believe that to change the world, one should begin with oneself. The freedom to be able to take one’s life’s decisions by herself is ‘Woman Empowerment’.


Message for society:


Domestic violence is something that I condemn from my innermost core. My ideal world would be one in which our daughters would be able to live a life of dignity, a life of respect and one of self-worth. I believe that removing the bane of domestic violence would be one huge step towards achieving the better world that we all dream of.


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


I have shortlisted in my mind a few bodies working towards upliftment of underprivileged children and their education. Through this platform I would like to and would try to do my bit for the less fortunate children of God.


Why have you participated in Mrs India International Queen?


Everyone needs a new milestone in life. My desire to be identified, valued and respected made me choose this event so that I’m able to rediscover myself in this new chapter of my life.

At the age of 42, at the crossroads of my life , I feel that I need to prove a point to myself again.