Harveen Kaur dazzles crowd with lengga at Mrs Malaysia World

The mother of three emerged as the second runners-up at the pageant, also winning Ambassador and Best In Traditional Wear titles

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| Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | 6 Sept 2016 Asia Samachar |
Harveen Kaur, husband Dr. Kattayat Mohandas and her children after the pageant - PHOTO / SUPPLIED
Harveen Kaur, husband Dr. Kattayat Mohandas and her children after the pageant – PHOTO / SUPPLIED

Mother of three Harveen Kaur emerged as the second runners-up at the Mrs Malaysia World 2016, a pageant contest designed for married woman in Malaysia.

The 37-year old also won the the titles of Ambassador and Best In Traditional Wear at the pageant competition in Kuala Lumpur last week.

For the traditional wear, she wore a Punjabi lengga with added on peacock wings.

“There were surprised looks all around when I actually opened the peahen wings for my traditional costume,” she tells Asia Samachar.

Harveen, who was born in Ipoh and grew up in Kuala Lumpur, is an operation theatre scrub nurse and also a company director.

By her side during the competition were his three children and her husband Dr. Kattayat Mohandas, an anaesthesiology at Prince Court Hospital in Kuala Lumpur.

Asked what made her take part in the competition, she said: “To inspire all married women out there. Do not be afraid to show our flaws. Flaws are what make us perfect. Age is just a number.”

A friend, Phoopinder Kaur, who reached out to Asia Samachar to highlight Harveen’s feat, had many good words for her.

“She is friendly, good-hearted, reliable. She is an inspiration to her family and friends. She never gives up, motivates the people around, a very postive person,” said Phoopinder.

“Not forgetting, Harveen is also very consistent and disciplined in all her undertakings. A real blessing as a friend.”

The Mrs. Malaysia World is a pageant contest designed for married woman in Malaysia that provides these confident women to represent Malaysia internationally, according to information on its website.

“I want them to seek the confidence that lies within them, and to bask in the deserved recognition and support that they will find in the pageant. I want them to feel proud to be beautiful wives and mothers to their families, and to everyone else,” said the pageant organiser in a Facebook update.

 

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