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August 15, 1989
|Height||1.72 m (5 ft 8 in)|
|Measurements||34 : 24 : 36|
|Title(s)||Miss Nepal Earth 2010|
|Miss Nepal 2010 1st Runner Up
Miss Earth 2010
Miss Asia Pacific World 2011
Miss Nepal 2008
Sahana Bajracharya (Nepali: साहना बज्राचार्य) is a Nepalese model, TV anchor, actress and media personality. She was crowned as Miss Nepal Earth 2010. She was also the host of Mega Model Season 2, the local version of America's Next Top Model . She has been involved in many controversies, proved to be true. Sahana has been a show stopper for many Tenzin Tseten Bhutia shows and has been featured on many magazine covers. She was the first woman to be on TNM Magazine. She was recently featured in Ruslan Vodka's advertisement.
Vagarcharya became a media personality hosting TV shows such as Mega Model season 2, Yugantar and worked for Image Channel. In 2008, she competed in Miss Nepal 2008, but the pageant was later called off after protests from the female maoists. Sahana had also been hand picked to represent Nepal in the Miss Asia Pacific World 2011 beauty pageant which was held in Korea in October where she was amongst the top 15 semi-finalists.
|2012||Goodbye Kathmandu||Nepali||Guest Appearance|
|Awards and achievements|
Richa Thapa Magar
|Miss Nepal Earth
Anupama Aura Gurung
- "Sahana Bajracharya's Sexy Chitwan Shoot!". Lexlimbu.com. Retrieved 16 August 2014.
- Miss Nepal 2008 Contestants Profile - Sahana Bajracharya
- "Maoists Block 'Miss Nepal 2008′ Beauty Contest in Nepal - Lifestyle, Music & Film - GroundReport.com – Latest World News & Opinions". Groundreport.com. Retrieved 11 October 2014.
- "Sahana Bajracharya - Nepal - Miss Earth 2010 Vietnam". Missearth.vn. Retrieved 11 October 2014.
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