Rupi Kaur (Poet) Age, Family, Boyfriend, Biography & More
Her Poetry Book- Milk & Honey
Physical Stats & More
in centimeters- 158 cm
in meters- 1.58 m
in feet inches- 5’ 3”
in kilograms- 55 kg
in pounds- 121 lbs
Figure Measurements (approx.)
Date of Birth
5 October 1992
Age (as in 2017)
Zodiac sign/Sun sign
University of Waterloo, Ontario
Degree in Rhetoric and Professional Writing
Writing: Milk & Honey (2014)
Drawing, Painting, Travelling
• She posted a photo on Instagram, in which she was lying in bed with menstrual blood stains on her sweatpants and her sheets.
• Nayyirah Waheed (poet/author) claimed that Rupi's poetry is having 'extreme hyper similarity' to her (Naiyyirah's) poetry in "Salt." On the contrary, Rupi did not respond to that allegation.
Boys, Affairs and More
Names Not Known
Kahlil Gibran, Alice Walker, Sharon Olds
Some Lesser Known Facts About Rupi Kaur
She was born in Punjab and her family moved to Brampton, Canada when she was just four-years-old.
Rupi learned drawing and painting from her mother, especially when she was not able to speak English with the other children at school.
She started writing poems at an early age, and she used to write poems on her friends’ birthdays or also some love messages to her middle school crushes.
In 2009, she performed for the first time on the stage in the basement of the ‘Punjabi Community Health Centre’ (Malton).
Her photo-essay on menstruation is a visual poetry intended to question societal menstrual taboos.
She started using her Instagram feed to post the simple illustrations of her deep thoughts.
She says that she enjoys the idea of equality of letters and that style reflects her worldview.
Her writings include simple drawings to illustrate her words, which makes it easy for the reader.
She basically writes about common feminine themes such as- abuse, femininity, love, and heartbreaks.
Her first book, Milk and Honey (a collection of poetry, prose, and hand-drawn illustrations) was published on 4 November 2014.
That book, Milk & Honey, crossed the 2.5 million copy mark and was on The New York Times Best Seller list for over 77 weeks.
She drew inspiration from ‘Sikh’ scriptures.
In 2017, her second book, ‘The Sun and Her Flowers’ was published.