Harkirat Kaur Kukreja and Harjinder Singh Kukreja are the unofficial ambassadors of Outbound Tourism from India

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Harkirat Kaur Kukreja and Harjinder Singh Kukreja are the unofficial ambassadors of Outbound Tourism from India
Harkirat Kaur Kukreja and Harjinder Singh Kukreja are the unofficial ambassadors of Outbound Tourism from India

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 across the world for their inspiring journey as family travellers. With the content that they share on their Instagram, Harkirat and Harjinder have motivated and inspired many people to take it upon themselves to add traveling to the list of many things that they aspire to do with their families. Their expansive and ever-growing social media jurisdiction makes them envoys of Outbound Tourism from India.

Be it Tehran or London, Bali or Los Angeles, the Kukreja couple have not only traveled across the globe but have also led to inspiring many parents to not leave their children behind while they travel. They inspire Indians to travel as a family and create memories that can forever be cherished. 

The Kukreja couple is one of India’s most influential travel influencers and well-known as ambassadors for outbound tourism from India. The Turkish Tourism Board applauds their influence on social media, and they have been invited several times to Turkey to promote their tourism. The Kukreja family has been hosted in several regions of Turkey in association with Turkish Airlines. From the UK Tourist Authority to Iran’s unofficial Tourism Board -Feel Iran and several top-level Hotel brands like JW Marriott, ITC, Accor, Hyatt, Ritz-Carlton, Kempinski, and Four Seasons have collaborated with Harkirat and Harjinder and sought exposure on their social media pages.

With their strong bonding, Harkirat and Harjinder are true ideals of marriage, bearing, and raising children. Unlike the hyped-up belief of marriage and children being the obstacles of travel plans that one has, this interesting couple believes that it's their marriage and specifically their children that thrill them into traveling and exploring the world. Harkirat believes, “It is the smiles on the faces of my two sons and daughter and the amazement in their eyes while traveling across numerous and new places my husband and I take them to, that brings a unique sense of contentment to us.” Harkirat Kaur Kukreja and Harjinder Singh Kukreja never fail to value and keep their family first which only amplifies the goodness and love that they hold for each other.

Harkirat and Harjinder, not only find leisure in traveling to big and known cities, but they are also ecstatic while traveling to lesser-known and unique places. Their travel stories tend to amaze people, one of them being the story of giving birth to their youngest offspring while traveling in San Diego, California, USA. While their travels have been adventurous and luxurious, the birth of the youngest child, Rut Suhavi Kaur has to be the most memorable and astounding travel experience. Needless to say, during their stay in San Diego, they traveled across many places in Southern California and explored the unique essence of the SoCal region. Their passion for family travel also tends to include their vision to inculcate and inspire their children to follow Sikh values. They ensure that the family makes it a point to visit Sikh houses of worship, Gurdwaras across the world.

As influencers, the Kukrejas take upon themselves to explore new and worthy places, since their audiences highly rely on their travel experiences for suggestions. They use their already established media presence to share content around the beautiful destinations they visit with their family.

Harjinder and Harkirat use their family travels as opportunities to promote the Sikh faith across the world. From installing Sikh emblems, the Ik Onkar and Khanda at the World War I memorial in Ypres, Belgium in the memory of fallen Sikh soldiers to their contributions and presence at the unveiling of the bust of Maharaja Ranjit Singh in St.-Tropez, France, Harkirat and Harjinder have been highlighting the Sikh military history and making extensive efforts to promote it. From gifting a unique painting of Maharaja Ranjit Singh with his French General Jean François Allard to the French Ambassador in India, Alexander Ziegler, to hoisting the Nishan Sahib in Gallipoli in Turkey to pay homage to the unknown Sikh soldiers who were martyred there, Harkirat and Harjinder love to promote the lesser-known aspects of Sikh history zealously.

With their multi-dimensional viewpoint towards traveling, 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.