#BeautifulIndians: The Goodness Ambassadors Among India’s Content Creators

Apr 6, 2022, 1:27 IST

Mamaearth

After an evening filled with goodness and glamour, we are proud to announce the Beautiful Indians among the content creator community. The culmination of Mamaearth & Healthntrends’s nationwide quest to honour goodness ambassadors across India, the Beautiful Indians event on April 5, 2022, at The St. Regis Mumbai, was a fitting felicitation of the social media influencers who use their reach to bring about change for the better.


The hunt threw up a vast number of goodness ambassadors, and the prestigious jury was hard pressed to choose among so many great nominations.


Here, then, are the best among equals, the awardees in the  Creators For Good category, social media heroes who have worked relentlessly to raise awareness and spread positivity through their digital reach.


Sakshi Sindwani
Sakshi Sindwani
Body positivity advocate Sakshi Sindwani helps women feel good about themselves. As a body-positive model, fashion influencer and content creator, Sakshi uses social media to offer her inclusive stance on fashion and beauty to help women fight the stereotypes in the industry by advocating self-love. She was severely bullied and body shamed in school for her weight and appearance, and she freely admits that it has been a difficult journey to embracing the way she looks. Today, via her Instagram handle @stylemeupwithsakshi, her posts challenge so-called beauty standards and break down and rebuild societal norms. With over 4,83,000 followers looking up to what she does, Sakshi is slowly but surely changing the way the fashion industry is looking at women with curves.

Vikash Dayal
Vikas Dayal
Travel enthusiast, banker and vlogger Vikash Dayal wanted to tell stories that would help other people go on a journey with him from the comfort of their homes through Explore The Unseen. Now he goes a step further: he beautifies public spaces by removing one piece of garbage at a time. He recalls coming across a gorgeous place that was filled with garbage, as is customary in tourist areas. That’s when he realised he needed to take action, and that good habits begin at home. So he made the change in himself and made sure that he would respect a public space the same way he would treat his own house, and that he would not litter. He also recycles as much as he can, even while he is travelling, since he feels that we share a lovely relationship with nature as humans, and it is up to each of us to show true respect to Mother Nature.

Ashmita Karnani
Ashmita Karnani

Telugu actor Ashmita Karnani was harassed by two men, and she used social media to get them arrested. She made the most of social media by not only ensuring that the necessary punishment was administered, but also encouraging other women to speak up and not tolerate wrongdoing. Following this episode, many women began to follow Ashmita’s example and approached her to thank her for demonstrating the power of social media.


Raj Shamani
Raj Shamani

Raj Shamani began his career as a speaker at the age of 16, but he quickly realised that he had the ability to positively influence others, prompting him to reinvent himself as a digital speaker in order to reach a wider audience. Soon, he began mentoring start-ups and people with a goal-oriented approach. He has always kept it real as a content maker because he wants to convey the reality of the hardships of entrepreneurship, because it’s not just about the success, but also about the sacrifices that must be made to develop an empire. 

Raj has spoken in 20 countries to date about everything that counts, including branding, entrepreneurship, and mental wellness.


Prableen Kaur Bhomrah
Prableen Kaur Bhomrah

Prableen Kaur Bhomrah, India’s first skin positive influencer, demonstrates that we don’t need to hide behind filters; we can be ourselves. She made the decision to bring truth to social media by highlighting the genuine self from the rest of the world. Her content is relatable to those who endure problems similar to hers because she openly shares her ambitions with her social media family. She  hopes that by leading by example, she will dispel the misconception that everyone has flawless skin. She has inspired others to be authentic and honest, and she has used her platform for a greater cause.


Aditi Shrestha

Aditi Shrestha

Aditi Shrestha is a body-positive influencer who is opening up more conversations around body shaming and mental health. She has been refreshingly open and honest about her weight and family problems. Her YouTube channel name, ‘ThatQuirkyMiss’, suggests that she approaches her work with a unique perspective. Her genuine demeanour has made her more approachable because she exudes the impression that she is on social media to converse with her followers rather than to be a celebrity. She also tells women on a regular basis to disregard the body shamers on social media and to trust in themselves instead.

About Beautiful Indians

A collaboration between Healthntrends, India’s leading women’s brand, and Mamaearth, a purpose-led brand built on the principles of honesty, natural and safety, Beautiful Indians recognises and honours those who have worked for various social issues in all areas of life.