Miss Teeyan

Miss Teeyan competition is very popular amongst young unmarried females where they go through rounds related to culture and tradition. In these rounds they have to answer questions based on the culture and traditions of their region, they wear traditional dresses and speak traditional language. Young unmarried girls look forward to participate in this competition.

Navdeep Kaur was the first girl to win the Title of Miss Teeyan in 2005. 

Harmanjot Kaur is the second girl to win the Title in 2006

Manjeet kaur is the third girl to win the title in 2007

Navjot Kaur kang is the fourth girl to win the title in 2008  

Harmanjot Kaur is the fifth girl to win the Title in 2009

                    Miss Teeyan 2009 Harmanjot Kaur




Miss Teeyan 2008 - Navjot Kaur Kang








                                                       Manjeet Kaur -  Miss Teeyan 2007


Harmanjot Kaur, a beautiful Punjabi kudi from Australia Sydney, is the happiest Mutiar down under, she has been crowned Miss Teeyan 2006 to become second girl to win the title ever since Teeyan has been organised in Sydney. 

"I have run out of words to describe the feeling," beams Harman, a year 12 student of Penrith High in Penrith NSW, who just turned 17 in December '06. "I always wanted to Miss Teeyan ever since participating in Teeyan 2005 and cannot believe that this has actually happened!" 

Harman said, “I worked hard to claim this title, and today, I am one step closer to realise my dream of winning other beauty pageant titles both at National and International level. 

During Miss Teeyan contest on 16 July 2006 at UWS Parramatta Sydney, Harman thrilled the audience by dancing on Surjit Bhindrakhia song:‘Dupatta Tera Sat Rang Da’. She recalls, "I had done lot of practice in Giddah and Bhangra dancing. To know about Indian and Punjabi culture I read lots of books and researched on internet, more importantly my parents and friends were a great help”. 

Speaking on her future plans, Miss TEEYAN 2006, Harmanjot Kaur, very proud of her cultural heritage, says, "Well, I intend to complete my studies and work as a media journalist. As this title has opened doors for me to take part in other beauty pageants, I want to concentrate and work hard on becoming Miss World Panjaban

 Even though I've grown up in Australia, I have been brought up with strong cultural and traditional values. Our stronger roots and rich heritage will never allow me to abandon my culture and I think it is true for every Indian and Punjabi living outside India. My message to all youngsters is to keep the tradition and cultural heritage alive. 


Navdeep Kaur - Miss Teeyan 2005




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