Sikkim’s Tseteej Shiwakoty adjudged “Most Inspirational Person” at Mister Global held in Thailand
In a proud moment for the country as a whole, Sikkim lad Tseteej Shiwakoty won “Most Inspirational Person” title at the Mister Global championship, deemed as one of the biggest
In a proud moment for the country as a whole, Sikkim lad Tseteej Shiwakoty won “Most Inspirational Person” title at the Mister Global championship, deemed as one of the biggest international pageants in the world.
In the finals held on 15th of March in Thailand’s Maha Sarakham, Tseteej Shiwakoty made it to the top 17 of Mister Global Championship, the mega international pageant participated by delegates from different parts of the world.
Meanwhile, India had to wait for 5 long years to secure a place at the global championships that seem to happen this year with Tseteej securing a place.
the winner of one of India’s biggest male pageant – Rubaru Mr. India. Prior to winning this prestigious title, he had also won Mr. Sikkim Manhunt back in 2019.
First Published: 16th March, 2022 16:47 IST
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