Rupam Kaur is an American Pediatric Allergist & Immunologist of Indian origin, who came into the limelight in 2020 when she appeared on Netflixs popular show Indian Matchmaking.In 1985, when was three, she moved from Punjab to the US with her parents. Rupam Kaurs childhood picture with her parents.In 1999, Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Mdecins Sans Frontires (Doctors Without Borders) in recognition of the organisations humanitarian work on several continents. Watching Doctors Without Borders win a Nobel Prize intrigued Rupam to pursue a career in medicine.During her college days at Drexel, she was appointed the president of Physicians for Social Responsibility.She worked as an Assistant Pediatric Professor at National Jewish Health, a hospital in Denver, from 2015 to 2020.In 2017, she talked about her maternal grandmother, maternal aunt, and her mother in an Instagram post, which read, Happy Mothers Day to these 3 beautiful women and inspirations! On the right is my Nani, revolutionary outspoken badass who is a refugee, writer and teacher. Had 4 daughters and a full time job at a time when Indian society expected women to stay quietly at home to set a good example for their sons. In the middle is my masi, a University Dean, who is quietly winning the battle against breast cancer, and to the left my mom who sacrificed herself for 30 years to give us (3 sisters) a better opportunity in America. She taught us to never listen to others opinions of us and only care about our connection with God. LOVE. From left to right, Rupam Kaurs mother, maternal aunt, and maternal grandmother.In 2018, Rupam Kaur agreed to be filmed for the docuseries Indian Matchmaking in which marriage consultant Sima Taparia (aka Sima aunty) helps her clients to find a spouse via the arranged marriage process; the show aired in 2020. In the show, she was presented as a divorced single mother living in Denver, who, according to Sima, had slim chances of getting remarried due to a lack of potential suitors. In the last episode of the show, Rupam Kaur told Sima that she had found a guy through an online dating application called Bumble and that she wanted to pursue him.In 2019, Rupam was visiting her family in New York when a profile belonging to a man named Nitin caught her attention on the dating app Bumble. The profile picture of Nitin featured him with his daughter, from which Rupam depicted that Nitin too was a single parent just like her. Thereafter, she reached out to him and asked him out immediately. However, at that time Nitin was busy with his daughter; therefore, they didnt meet. After some time, Nitin flew out to Denver to meet Rupam, where they had their first date. In the following year, they went on long weekend dates in cities like Miami and Washington D.C, meanwhile discovering that they had a lot of things in common apart from their faith and single parenthood, one of them being a taste for 90s alternative music. Eventually, the couple introduced their daughters and decided to get married.After her marriage to Nitin, she moved from Denver to New York.In August 2020, she joined NYU Grossman School of Medicine, where she worked as an assistant professor in the Department of Pediatrics.