Miss Nepal: 2009

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2009 Zenisha Moktan

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The authors of the Miss Nepal series of articles include

BeautyContestUpdate HotGirlsBeautifulGirls HotGirlsBeautifulGirls iFashionNepal iFashionNepal MediaN MegaSansar Miss Nepal MissNepalSwimsuits Missosology MonarcasInternacionales PhotoForEveryone 101nepal GeoCities(The contributor probably was Santosh Thapa) Sudeshna Sarkar/ WorldLatestNews

The winners


2009 Miss Nepal Earth: Richa Thapa Magar
2009 Miss Nepal Earth: Richa Thapa Magar
2009 Miss Nepal Earth: Richa Thapa Magar
2009 contestant: Aliza Giri was a newsreader by profession, and hails from Nepalgunj in Banke district.

The contest resumes despite Maoist threats

Sudeshna Sarkar/ WorldLatestNews wrote in 2009: When the Maoist government fell in May, the Hidden Treasure, the event management company franchised to hold the pageant, announced the show would be resumed. The Maoists, now in the opposition, said they would oppose it but did not succeed.

The Dabur Vatika Miss Nepal contest, which was sponsored by Indian ayurvedic product manufacturer Dabur was repositioned as the Fem Miss Nepal 2009 pageant in a bid to downplay the role of the Indian company that the Maoists have been pressuring the pageant organisers to replace.

In June 2009, the Dabur India board approved the acquisition of Fem Care Pharma Ltd, mainly known for its bleaching and depilatory products.

Given just about three weeks’ time to organise the event, the Hidden Treasure has downscaled the hoopla to hold the grand finale in the army club instead of the stately Birendra International Convention Centre, where it was held in the past.

At the time it was reported that for the first time a Muslim contestant was shortlisted to take part in the finals. This is not correct because Jharana Bajracharya Rashid had been selected Miss Nepal twelve years before, in 1997.

Missosology Adds “In 2009, the pageant was done secretly indoor inside the Tribhuvan Army Club; due to the health & security reason from the threat of the Maoists feminist group.”

The winners were

Jenisha (Zenisha) Moktan, Kathmandu

She left to study in London.

She is one of the most beautiful and talented Miss Nepal who crowned the title of 2009.She is one of the hot model in the present scenario. She is famous for her charming looks. She played in many music videos and advertisement.

See also

Miss Nepal: 1994 Miss Nepal: 1995 Miss Nepal: 1996 Miss Nepal: 1997 Miss Nepal: 1998 Miss Nepal: 1999 Miss Nepal: 2000, 2001 Miss Nepal: 2002 Miss Nepal: 2003 Miss Nepal: 2004 Miss Nepal: 2005, 2006 Miss Nepal: 2007, 2008 Miss Nepal: 2009 Miss Nepal: 2010 Miss Nepal: 2011 Miss Nepal: 2012 Miss Nepal: 2013 Miss Nepal: 2014

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