Femina Miss India Winners List from 1964 to 2019 [Updated]

Femina Miss India Winners List

Miss India
is a national delight show in India that yearly chooses agents to contend in Miss World. Miss World is one of the Big Four noteworthy worldwide excellence shows. Miss India is sorted out by Femina, a ladies' magazine distributed by The Times Group. Femina additionally arranges Miss Diva independently Since 2013, which sends agents to Miss Universe. Miss India is a national beauty pageant in India that yearly selects representatives to compete in Miss World. Miss World is one of the Big Four major international beauty pageants. Miss India is organised by Femina, a women's magazine published by The Times Group. Femina also organizes Miss Diva separately Since 2013, which sends representatives to Miss Universe. The first Miss India was Pramila from Calcutta, who won in 1947. The local press organised it.



Indrani Rehman after being crowned Miss India 1952. She was the first Indian woman to participate in the Miss Universe held in the United States in 1952.

Miss India has been participating in the Miss Universe pageant since 1952. Historically, the Femina Miss India pageant sent the winner of the pageant to the Miss Universe pageant and a runner-up to Miss Asia Pacific pageant and on some occasions, the 2nd runner-up used to represent India at International Teen Princess contest. During some special occasions, the top finalists have represented India at some other international pageants like Miss Heritage, Miss Tourism International, Miss Tourism. Femina Miss India also sends representatives to other international pageants like Miss United Continent and Miss Universal Peace and Humanity.

Read in Hindi : फेमिना मिस इंडिया विजेताओं की सूची (1952-2019)
Tamil Nadu’s Anukreethy Vas was crowned Femina Miss India World 2018 by Miss World 2017 Manushi Chhillar. She will now represent India at Miss World 2018.

Here is the list of Miss India winners from 1964 to 2018–
Year Miss India State
2019
2018 Anukreethy Vas Chennai
2017 Shraddha Shashidhar Tamil Nadu
2016 Roshmitha Harimurthy Karnataka
2015 Urvashi Rautela Uttarakhand
2014 Noyonita Lodh Karnataka
2013 Manasi Moghe Maharashtra
2012 Shilpa Singh Bihar
Urvashi Rautela Uttarakhand
2011 Vasuki Sunkavalli Andhra Pradesh
2010 Ushoshi Sengupta West Bengal
2009 Ekta Chowdhary Haryana
2008 Simran Kaur Mundi Maharashtra
2007 Puja Gupta New Delhi
2006 Neha Kapur New Delhi
2005 Amrita Thapar Punjab
2004 Tanushree Dutta Jharkhand
2003 Nikita Anand New Delhi
2002 Neha Dhupia New Delhi
2001 Celina Jaitley West Bengal
2000 Lara Dutta Karnataka
1999 Gul Panag Punjab
1998 Lymaraina D’Souza Maharashtra
1997 Nafisa Joseph Karnataka
1996 Sandhya Chib Karnataka
1995 Manpreet Brar New Delhi
1994 Sushmita Sen New Delhi
1993 Namrata Shirodkar Maharashtra
1992 Madhu Sapre Maharashtra
1991 Christabelle Howie Tamil Nadu
1990 Suzanne Sablok Maharashtra
1989 Dolly Minhas Punjab
1987 Priyadarshini Pradhan Maharashtra
1986 Mehr Jessia Maharashtra
1985 Sonu Walia New Delhi
1984 Juhi Chawla Punjab
1983 Rekha Hande Karnataka
1982 Pamela Chaudry Singh New Delhi
1981 Rachita Kumar Maharashtra
1980 Sangeeta Bijlani Maharashtra
1979 Swaroop Sampat Maharashtra
1978 Alamjeet Kaur Chauhan Punjab
1977 Bineeta Bose Maharashtra
1976 Naina Sudhir Balsavar Uttar Pradesh
1975 Meenakshi Kurpad Maharashtra
1974 Shailini Bhavnath Dholakia Maharashtra
1973 Farzana Habib Maharashtra
1972 Roopa Satyan New Delhi
1971 Raj Gill Maharashtra
1970 Veena Sajnani Maharashtra
1969 Kavita Bhambhani Maharashtra
1968 Anjum Mumtaz Barg Maharashtra
1967 Nayyara Mirza New Delhi
1966 Yasmin Daji Maharashtra
1965 Persis Khambatta Maharashtra
1964 Meher Castelino Mistri Maharashtra
1952 Indrani Rehman Tamil Nadu



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