Harjinder Kaur

Quick Facts

Full Real Name Harjinder Kaur
Nickname Harjinder Weightlifter
Age (as of 2022) 25 years old
Popular for Winning Bronze Medal in Weightlifting at Common Wealth Games in 2022
Date of Birth 14th October 1996
Education Graduate
Profession Weightlifter
School Nabha’s Government School
Alma Mater SGTB Khalsa College, Anandpur Sahib
Current Residence Mehas village in Nabha, Patiala, Punjab
Place of Birth Mehas village in Nabha, Patiala, Punjab
Gender Female
Sexuality Straight
Net worth 45 Lakh INR
Nationality Indian
Caste Sikh
Languages Hindi, Punjabi
Zodiac Sign Libra
Religion Sikhism
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Harjinder Kaur, a well-known weightlifter from India, was born on October 14, 1996, making her 25 years old. On August 2, 2022, she made history and shot to fame in the world of sports. At the Common Wealth Games in 2022, she earned the bronze medal. During the Commonwealth Games, she outperformed many strong female weightlifters and won a bronze medal for her nation.

Harjinder Kaur: who is she?

During the 2022 Commonwealth Games, Indian weightlifter Harjinder Kaur continued to be successful in her endeavors. She failed to lift 90 kg in her initial attempt and also lifted 90 kg on her second attempt in the clean and jerk round and 119 kg on her third. After attempting three lifts totaling 212 kg, she was awarded the bronze medal.

Harjinder Kaur is a Weightlifter(Source: Instagram)

Since she received a medal, the chief minister of Punjab has praised her accomplishment. The reward money for Harjinder Kaur has been announced as 40 lakh rupees by Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Maan. Vikramjit Singh Sahney, a member of the Rajya Sabha, has set a reward of 5 lakh rupees for Harjinder. Additionally, MP Vikramjit Singh has pledged to get Harjinder a position at NGO Sun Foundation, which manages top-notch skill institutes and drug rehab facilities in Punjab.


Harjinder Kaur was born in Mehas village in Nabha, Patiala, Punjab, according to her Wikipedia biography. She finished her education in Punjab while she was residing in the village of Mehas and also attended the nearby Nabha’s Government School as a student.

She then continued her education at SGTB Khalsa College in Anandpur Sahib. Harjinder is currently 25 years old. It first took some persuasion on the part of Harjinder’s coach, Mr. Paramjeet Sharma, to get her to start weightlifting. In 2016, she enrolled in a Kabaddi camp at Punjab University. Parmjeet Sharma, the weightlifting coach at Punjabi University, took notice of her strength. She was asked to choose weightlifting. Harjinder then began her training after some time had passed.

Harjinder has acknowledged in interviews that she used a fodder machine at home to develop her muscle power. She used to feed her buffaloes by using a manual fodder machine called a “Toka” to cut straw.

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Family & Parents

In Mehas Village, Harjinder Kaur’s family resides in a one-room home. She is a member of a Punjabi farmer family without land. Sahib Singh is her father, while Kuldeep Kaur is her mother. She also has a brother, Pritpal Singh, who is older. Her brother is an office clerk for the government. Harjinder’s career was hampered by her family’s dire financial circumstances. In order for Harjinder to pursue her weightlifting career, her family borrowed Rs 1 lakh.

Harjinder Kaur’s family(Source: Instagram)

Pritapal Singh, her brother, spoke to the media after she won a bronze medal in the CWG. Speaker: Pritapal Singh She is a hard worker who put forth a lot of effort to earn her CWG medal. She used to operate the chaff-cutting machine to cut feed, which helped her build arm strength. She never declined because she used to look after the buffaloes by herself.

Harjinder Kaur and her mother(Source: Instagram)

“At first, we had issues. As soon as she started receiving medals and I was hired by the government, things began to get better.

Her father, who is now 60 years old, expressed his pride in her daughter and asked the government to help find her a job.

Relationship Status

Harjinder Kaur is currently single and has not entered into a relationship. She has never spoken publicly about her husband or lover. Later, we’ll have more information on her marriage and dating life.

Professional Life

Harjinder Kaur first participated in tug-of-war contests before starting to follow her mentor Paramjeet Sharma’s lead. A rope being tugged in the strength-based game tug of war. She excelled in the game and won the tug-of-war. Her strength was noted by Paramjeet Sharma, who also encouraged her to pursue a career in weightlifting. She started her weightlifting career when she was a teenager. Harjinder was previously studying Kabaddi with her instructor Surinder Singh.

Medals of Harjinder(Source: Instagram)

In 2016, she took part in her first weightlifting contest. During the 2017 Women Inter-State National Weightlifting Championship in Kolkata, she won her maiden gold medal. In the 35th Women Senior National Weightlifting Championship, she earned a bronze medal. We have included a few of the other medals she has earned throughout her career below.

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Competition Won & Medals

Best Lifter trophy in senior national championships held at NIS Patiala 2021
Women Inter-State National Weightlifting Championship, Kolkata (Gold) 2017
Senior National Weight Lifting Championship, Patiala (Gold) 2021
Senior Nationals Championship in the women’s 71 kg category, Orissa (Gold) 2022
35th Women Senior National Weightlifting Championship, Kolkata (Bronze) 2017
Commonwealth Games in women’s 71 kg category, Birmingham (Bronze) 2022

Net worth & Source of Income

Harjinder Kaur, who had previously struggled with money, has now received a bronze medal and a cash prize of more than 45 lakh Indian rupees. Her father used to give her Rs 350 for her travel expenses and Rs 350 for her pocket money when she was in need. Due of her family’s dire financial situation at the time, she was afraid to ask her father for money.

Some Interesting Facts

  • Harjinder Kaur The prime minister also gave, Harjinder his congratulations on her bronze medal.
  • Mirabai Chanu was her favorite Indian weightlifter, whom she idolized.
  • Mirabai Chanu is addressed by her as Didi.
  • As of right now, she has 2198 Instagram followers.
  • Her Instagram account was created on April 7, 2020.
  • Popy Hazarika and Usha Teju Kumar are her closest buddies.

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