Top 40 finalists are Ready for Rajasthan’s Next Top Model 2019 Grand Finale | Fashion Star

Fashion shows are one of the biggest platforms for the young generation who wish to build their career in the fashion and glamour industry. They not only boost confidence in the participants but also teach them how to speak up for themselves, to work towards a cause and make a difference in the world. Top 40 finalists are Ready for Rajasthan’s Next Top Model 2019 Grand Finale by Fashion Star on Saturday,  28th September 2019.

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Grand Finale

Rajasthan’s Next Top Model 2019:

This state-level beauty contest/pageant is conceptualized and directed by Damini Sharma and Aayush Gupta from Fashion Star, a platform created for fashion enthusiasts who want to build their career in the fashion and entertainment industry.

Just like the past years, this year also the event witnessed a grand success and love from the audience and the participants.

Here’s an insight into the amount of love, the event witnessed this year:

Auditions Number of Participants Auditions Venue Jury Panel for Auditions
Ist Audition 800 Diggi {alace, Jaipur Aayush Gupta, Damini Sharma, Juhi Vyas, Ranu Sharma, Manu Punjabi, Winay Kumawat, Sumit Dasgupta, Raj Kumar Sah, & Priom Katariya
IInd Audition 500 Fairfield by Marriott, Jodhpur Aayush Gupta, Damini Sharma, Manu Punjabi, Juhi Vyas & Ranu Sharma
IIIrd Audition 700 Saagasa Hotel Yois, Udaipur Aayush Gupta, Damini Sharma, Manu Punjabi, and Juhi Vyas
IVth Audition 600 Hotel Mansingh, Jaipur Aayush Gupta, Damini Sharma, Manu Punjabi, and Sumit Dasgupta

Rajasthan's Next Top Model 2019

Rajasthan's Next Top Model 2019

Rajasthan's Next Top Model 2019

Rajsathan's Next Top Model 2019

Rajsathan's Next Top Model 2019

Rajsathan's Next Top Model 2019

Rajsathan's Next Top Model 2019

The total selected participants include 20 boys and 20 girls. Selected Participants will walk the ramp in the Grand Finale which is going to be held on Saturday 28th September’19 at Opera Garden, Udaipur.

The Grand Finale event will have celebrity singers like Manindar Buttar and Tony Kakkar performing for the event along with other celebrities like Noyonita Lodh, Rohit Khandelwal, Manasi Moghe, Sharad Malhotra, Sahil Khan, and Neha Malik.

The contestants not only get great exposure but also reach to over thousands of people across the state which are associated with the fashion and glamour industry which could turn out to be very helpful while building their careers.


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Banking Services to remain unaffected on 26-27 September

Banking services will remain unaffected on 26-27 September since the 2-day nationwide strike called by the public sector bank officers’ union stands postponed.

This decision was taken in the view of consideration of an affirmative and workable feedback proposed by the Finance Secretary.

As it was prevailing news of the last week, the banks had called for a nationwide strike threatening to close the banking services for 26th and 27th September. This would have ultimately closed the operations for 5 days in a row (including second Saturday and Sunday).

Following the officers’ meeting with the Finance Secretary Rajiv Kumar, the union leaders stated that the government has agreed to look into the concerns raised by them and come out with some workable solution.

Banks closed for five days in a row later this week

Banking services will be hit later this week for five days in a row since four bank unions have given a strike call from 25th September to 27th September protesting against the amalgamation of 10 public sector banks.

The strike has been announced on 26 (Thursday) and 27 (Friday) September and 28th and 29th being fourth Saturday and Sunday (bank holidays), there will be no work in the banks for four days.

Further, September 30 is the day of half-yearly closing, therefore public dealing might be affected.

This long closure of banks might also affect ATM cash availability. Since ATMs have two days of cash capacity, it may face cash shortfall after 2 days since no cash will be added to the ATMs due to the bank being closed.

However, not all bank employees may participate in the strike and the private banks may be functioning normally.

Special Weekly Train from Udaipur to Bikaner.

Udaipur will now have direct train connectivity to Bikaner for the upcoming festive season. This new train will start on 2nd October and will be operational until 25th December 2019 to cater to festive traffic running between the cities.

The train will run from Udaipur to Bikaner via Churu, Jhunjhunu, and Sikar. This will be a relief to the passengers travelling between these cities on a frequent basis. For the devotees of the Karni Mata Temple of Bikaner, this train will make it convenient to visit the temple in the upcoming Navratri festival.

The train number 09677 will leave from Udaipur on every Wednesday at 6:45 pm and will reach Bikaner on Thursday morning at 9:25 am. The returning train number 09678 will leave from Bikaner at 1:25 pm on every Thursday and will reach Udaipur on the next day at 3:55 am.

The train will have a total of 18 coaches including one two-tier AC coach, two three-tier AC coaches, nine Sleeper coaches and four General coaches.

The Railway Department can change this special festive train to permanent train if it receives a good response during this duration.

Jaisamand Lake is back to its beauty

Jaisamand Lake, also known as Dhebar Lake is the second-largest artificial lake of India and pride of the lake city.  It is one of the most spectacular artificial lakes in Asia.

The major collection of water in this lake comes from four main rivers; Gomati, Jhamari, Rooparel, and Bagaar.

With the last breakout of monsoon, the lake’s water level reached 22 feet. Jaisamand gets overflowed at 27 feet.

The water level of the lake was at 7 feet before the beginning of monsoon. With the inflow of water from all the connecting water bodies including Gomti and Jhami rivers, Jaisamand Lake is back to its mesmerizing beauty.

So, this is the right time to head towards this beautiful man-made wonder to spend some relaxing time away from the hustle-bustle life of the city.

Ban on single-use plastic

The government recently announced a blanket ban on single-use plastics. The Hon’ble Prime Minister, in his speech on the 72nd Independence Day, urged all the citizens and government agencies to take necessary steps towards scrapping single-use plastic items that end-up harming the environment and health on a whole.

To save our beautiful city from this harm, the administration had imposed a complete ban on disposable plastic cups, plates, and glasses long back.

We, as democratic citizens, have the right to question the government on what has been done about it. Why we still see single-use plastic in the market, in households, and other places?

But, is only the government imposing the ban enough? What role and responsibility do citizens play in making our city plastic-free?

Shopkeepers, vegetable vendors, food-stalls, all are using plastic bags to deliver the products.

Can the citizens help the government and ultimately the environment by being alert and active on reducing the use of plastic?

UdaipurBlog calls for your opinion on how we can completely remove the single-use plastic from our city.

Post your opinion in the comments below!

25 flights to fly to 11 cities from 27th October from Udaipur Airport.

Udaipur Airport will implement its winter schedule from 27th Oct. 2019. Under this schedule, 25 flights will connect Udaipur with 11 major cities including Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore, Bhopal, Surat, Ahmadabad, and Aurangabad.

As compared to last year’s winter schedule, there are three additional flights connecting to three new airports this year.  Air Vistara, for the first time, will start a daily flight from Udaipur to Delhi.

So, there will be a total 10 flights flying daily to Delhi Airport, 5 to Mumbai, 2 to Jaipur, and one to each Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore, Bhopal, Surat, Ahmadabad, and Aurangabad. This is the first time that there will be direct connectivity from Udaipur to Aurangabad.

This schedule will be valid from 27th October 2019 to 28th March 2020. The first flight of Air Vistara will fly to Mumbai from on 4th October 2019.