Shweta Rathore is felicitated with the prestigious World Women Achievers award 2020 by ET Now. "I have been chosen for my contribution towards the Indian society for inspiring our youth to be fit as I feel that fitness is the fundamental right of every Indian," says this girl who has dedicated herself towards all activities leading to inspire youth and the society.
She is the girl with beauty, brains and body - and hence awarded the title - Miss World Fitness Physique
This international physique athlete has the distinction of being the first female from India to be crowned Miss World Fitness Physique, Miss Asia Fitness Physique, Miss India Sports Physique Champion, Miss India 2016, Miss India 2017, the recent Femina Women's Super Achievers Award winner and has now created history with a hat-trick with bagging the Miss India Title in Fitness Physique.
She needed to give back to the society and hence she is active in social media, seminars, lectures to inspire the youth to be fit. This International star athlete and Fitness Icon of India wants India to be on a global platform on the terms of fitness.
"I want to dispel the Westerner's myth that Indians cannot achieve the fitness level. As I have been chosen as a world achiever, the country's youth is looking up to me. I want them to realize that everyone can reach great heights to be a global star," She said with a twinkle in her dreamy eyes.
What has prompted her to undertake this mission? "I see in the newspapers and television about women suffering from depression and the youth committing suicide. The reason could be that they are not mentally fit, and since physical and mental fitness are co related, hence I am wholeheartedly supporting the fit India campaign with the sole objective - If you dream you can do it!" exclaimed Shweta.
"My dream is to put India on the global platform on the lines of our government's initiatives," says Rathore who has established her NGO 'Gods Beautiful Child' that encourages the underprivileged kids for their overall development and women empowerment in particular. No wonder that ABP news channel has felicitated her with Healthcare Leader Award this year.
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