Dr Lavanya Sivaji was crowned Miss World Malaysia 2021 in a virtual coronation ceremony aired on 16th October.
And the good news on the other side is, she will be representing Malaysia at the 70th Miss World contest to be held on 16th December in the exotic Puerto Rico.
Raised in Taman Seri Gombak, Batu Caves, the Indian descent pursued her tertiary education in medicine at Universiti Pertahanan Nasional Malaysia and did her practicals at Hospital Angkatan Tentera Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin. The 25-year-old was previously crowned as Miss Malaysia Indian Global 2019 third runner-up at its studded event that was then held at PJ Hiton.
Fondly known as the founder of 4Them, an advocacy and charity project focusing on nutrition and health issues concerning and focused on the Orang Asli community in Malaysia, the beauty queen can be seen donning in a Mah Meri tribe, which is a signature Orang Asli (indigenous people) traditional garment.
The new beauty queen looks ethereal in the pictures. Check out the pictures below:
Lavanya Sivaji was crowned Miss Malaysia World 2021 during the virtual finals that aired October 16.
The 25-year-old doctor edged out 38 other finalists for the title and the right to will represent the nation at the 70th #MissWorld contest to be held in December in Puerto Rico. pic.twitter.com/HXT1ZpVG3r
— Missosology (@missosology) October 16, 2021
Those keen on supporting and cheering on the sassy and fabulous young lady’s journey, do visit her beauty with a purpose (BWAP) project page 4them.malaysia and get acquainted with her cause and insights on poverty and malnutrition among the Orang Asli community, a matter of great importance that has been often neglected by society.
Keep making us proud, Dr Lavanya!