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Aditi Arya returns home after fbb Femina Miss India 2015 win

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Aditi Arya, who was recently crowned fbb Femina Miss India World 2015 got a warm welcome by her family and friends as she returned to her home town here.

Aditi was born in Chandigarh and then moved to Delhi, where she is currently working as a Research Analyst.

"It is an extremely happy and overwhelming moment for me. The love and respect I have received today makes me feel so special and winning this crown without the support of my family, friends and my office management wouldn't have been possible.

"I would like to thank the Miss India Organization for providing me with this platform. I am looking forward to perform my best at Miss World and make a difference," she said.

Aditi visited her office and the NGO with which she was working for a long time. Her Gurgaon home was buzzing with excitement and pride as her family and friends joined her parents in welcoming their daughter.

Aafreen Rachel Vaz, 1st runner up at fbb Femina Miss India 2015, also visited her hometown Mangalore.

Aafreen was born and brought up in Mumbai and moved to New Zealand for higher studies.

"It is really heart-warming to see so many well-wishers and be welcomed like a queen in my own city. The love and endless support of my family and friends have made this dream possible for me.

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First Published: Thu, April 09 2015. 16:02 IST
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