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International Pageant

July 26th and 27th


The Accomplishments
Of Today's
Married Women®

Mrs. Georgia International®

Aarthi Rajasekaran

People's Choice Award

1.Tell us why anyone would want come to your hometown?
Atlanta is rich in history and culture. It is a refreshingly diverse city, full of community and inspired creativity, with vibrant, colorful neighborhoods under a grand canopy of trees. Apart from its awesome attractions, Atlanta is also a haven for foodies. And how could I forget our art and entertainment scene? We have perfect weather (I don't know why people say it's Hotlanta), four distinct seasons, and beautiful landscapes.

2.What are the (2) most important things in your closet and why?
Our closets, and the stuff we keep inside them, offer intimate insight into who we are. In my closet, you will find my size 12 dress, which reminds me of my journey, the struggles, and the pain that I went through, and serves as a testament to the idea that you can do whatever you want if you put your mind to it. Additionally, you will find my vision board featuring all the brands that I aspire to have. Alternatively, you may find my Mrs. sash and tiara, which instill faith in me and empower me to put myself in uncomfortable situations and still come out like a champion.

3.What do you love to cook and why?
My daughter and husband are big foodies, and they inspire me to experiment. I cook all cuisines, but the one dish my family, friends, neighbors, and all my daughter's friends look forward to is my Cranberry Cheese Log, which I make during Thanksgiving. My family and friends absolutely love it. Fun fact: Last Thanksgiving, I made 35 cheese logs, each about 15 inches in length, since everyone wanted one on their Thanksgiving dinner table.

4.If you had an extra hour each day, what would you do?
As a working mom and wife, I would spend time with my family. No matter how much time I have in a day, it's just not enough for me to enjoy them to the fullest. We would take our dog and go for a walk or sit in our backyard talking. My family is my foundation, my strength; they have always supported me and given me the courage to get out there and crush it.

5.Describe the dirtiest job you have ever had to do?
When I was 18, I rescued a puppy that was stuck in sewage. I had to walk through knee-deep sludge to reach the puppy, pull him out, place him in my backpack, and take him to a shelter. I had to discard my favorite pair of jeans and backpack that day but, the reward I felt when I saw the puppy being taken care of at the shelter, was worth it.

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