Nandini Gupta is an Indian model who won Miss India title on 15 April 2023.
Nandini Gupta was born in 2004 (age 19 years; as of 2023) in Kaithun, Kota, Rajasthan. She did her schooling at St. Paul’s Sr. Sec School Kota, Rajasthan. She then attended Lala Lajpat Rai College in Rajasthan to pursue a graduation in business management. Beauty Pageants
Height (approx.): 5′ 8″
Weight (approx.): 55 kg
Hair Colour: Brown
Eye Colour: Brown
Figure Measurements (approx.): 34-26-34
Parents & Siblings
Her father, Sumit Gupta, is a businessman. Her mother’s name is Rekha Gupta. She has a younger sister named Ananya Gupta.
Nandini started her career as a model. In 2023, after winning the Miss Rajasthan title, she participated in Miss India 2023 contest. On 15 April 2023, she was declared the winner of the 59th edition of India’s most prestigious beauty pageant Miss India. The event was held at the Indoor Stadium, Khuman Lampak, Imphal, Manipur.
In 2023, Nandini will represent India at the 71st edition of the Miss World pageant in the United Arab Emirates. Nandini has been featured in the print advertisement for Orra Jewellery.
- Since the age of 10, she dreamt of winning the Femina Miss India contest.
- In her leisure time, she loves to dance, watch films, and travel to different places.
- One of her favourite quotes is,
Life is about trusting your feelings, taking chances, finding happiness, learning from the past, and realising everything changes.”
- In an interview, she shared that she admired the work of the Indian businessman Ratan Tata. She further shared that her role model was the Indian actress Priyanka Chopra.
- On her Instagram account, she has supported a crowdfunding NGO named Ketto.
- She is an avid animal lover, and she has shared pictures of cats and dogs on her Instagram highlights.
- In an interview, she shared that after winning the Miss India title, she would support the local handicraft of Kota. She said,
I come from Kota, and there is a place kethoon on its outskirts. It’s very famous for Kota Doriya, a fabric which is famous for its cool and comfortable quality. But unfortunately, women and their families dedicate their entire lives to this work but are left unseen, unheard and exploited by not giving proper remuneration. I want to give them a platform, help them in building their legacies and not get exploited. Not only this, but by promoting them, I will be able to promote Indian handloom on a national and international platform where all are benefiting.”