Harkirat Kaur Kukreja and Harjinder Singh Kukreja are unofficial ambassadors of India’s outbound tourism


Harkirat Kaur Kukreja and Harjinder Singh Kukreja are unofficial ambassadors of India’s outbound tourism

New Delhi : Known for their positive auras and being the Sikh goodwill ambassadors that they are, Harkirat Kaur Kukreja, her husband, Harjinder Singh Kukreja, and their children, Rehras, Aad Sach and Rut Suhavi are renowned the world over for their journey inspiring family travelers. With the content they are sharing on their Instagram, Harkirat and Harjinder have motivated and inspired many to take charge of adding travel to the list of the many things they aspire to do with their families. Their extensive and ever-growing jurisdiction over social media makes them emissaries for outbound tourism from India.

Whether in Tehran or London, Bali or Los Angeles, the Kukreja couple not only traveled the world, but also inspired many parents not to leave their children behind on their trip. They inspire Indians to travel as a family and create memories that can be cherished forever.

The Kukreja couple are one of India’s most influential travel influencers and well known as India’s Outbound Tourism Ambassador. The Turkish Tourist Board applauds their influence on social media and they have been invited to Turkey several times to promote their tourism. The Kukreja family has been accommodated in several regions of Turkey in association with Turkish Airlines. From the UK Tourism Board to the Unofficial Iranian Tourism Board, Feel Iran and several leading hotel brands like JW Marriott, ITC, Accor, Hyatt, Ritz-Carlton, Kempinski and Four Seasons have collaborated with Harkirat and Harjinder and sought to publicize their social media pages.

With their close ties, Harkirat and Harjinder are true ideals of marriage, birth and child rearing. Contrary to the exaggerated belief that marriage and children are the obstacles in one’s travel plans, this interesting couple believe that it is their marriage and especially their children that prompts them to travel and explore the world. . Harkirat thinks, “It’s the smiles on the faces of my two sons and my daughter and the wonder in their eyes as they travel through the many new places my husband and I take them, that gives us a unique feeling of contentment. Harkirat Kaur Kukreja and Harjinder Singh Kukreja never fail to value and keep their family first, which only amplifies the kindness and love they have for each other.

Harkirat and Harjinder not only find recreation by traveling to big and well-known cities, but they are also delighted to travel to lesser-known and unique places. Their travel reports tend to amaze people, one of them being the story of the birth of their youngest offspring on a trip to San Diego, California, USA. Although their travels have been adventurous and luxurious, the birth of the youngest child, Rut Suhavi Kaur, has to be the most memorable and amazing travel experience. Needless to say, during their time in San Diego, they traveled to many places in Southern California and explored the unique essence of the SoCal area. Their passion for family travel also tends to include their vision to instill and inspire their children to follow Sikh values. They make sure that the family make a point of visiting Sikh places of worship, Gurdwaras around the world.

As influencers, the Kukrejas take it upon themselves to explore new places of interest, as their audiences rely heavily on their travel experiences for suggestions. They use their already established media presence to share content around the beautiful destinations they visit with their families.

Harjinder and Harkirat use their family trips to promote the Sikh faith around the world. From the installation of Sikh emblems, the Ik Onkar and Khanda at the World War I memorial in Ypres, Belgium, in memory of fallen Sikh soldiers to their contributions and presence during the unveiling of the bust of the Maharaja Ranjit Singh in Saint-Tropez, France, Harkirat and Harjinder shed light on Sikh military history and made considerable efforts to promote it. From the donation of a unique painting of Maharaja Ranjit Singh with his French General Jean François Allard to the French Ambassador to India, Alexander Ziegler, to the hoisting of the Nishan Sahib in Gallipoli in Turkey to pay homage to the unknown Sikh soldiers who were there Martyred, Harkirat and Harjinder enjoy zealously promoting the lesser-known aspects of Sikh history.

With their multidimensional perspective on travel, which includes many important aspects of their lives, Harkirat Kaur Kukreja and Harjinder Singh Kukreja, in their unique ways, are an excruciatingly tireless traveling Sikh duo.


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