Justin Trudeau and family explored Taj Mahal
Justin Trudeau spent his very first day of his week-long visit to India by taking a tour of the iconic Taj Mahal followed by a trip to an elephant conservation center in Mathura’s Churmura. He was with his wife and children, the Trudeaus spent over an hour at the Taj Mahal on a rather hot Sunday afternoon.
Justin Trudeau’s daughter, Ela, all dolled up wearing a white hat and looked chic in sunglasses while little Hadrien had a gala time by playing with his father .
“For me to be able to be here on an official trip while bringing my kids with me to share this is really special and being able to enjoy this as a dad with my kids is really nice,” Mr Trudeau said after the visit to the Taj Mahal.
He also tweeted “I was about Xav’s age when I first visited the Taj Mahal almost 35 years ago… and it’s amazing to be back with him & the family on Day 1 of our trip to India”
This was not the first time Justin Trudeau’s visited the Taj Mahal, at the age of 10 he witnessed this beauty. PM Trudeau was totally mesmerized with the beauty of Taj and left a message with his heart felt gratitude. He described Taj as one of the most beautiful places in the world’ in his entry in the visitor’s log book.
Mr Trudeau and family also visited the Wildlife SOS Elephant Conservation and Care Centre in Mathura. Justin Trudeau and his children at the wildlife sanctuary feeded the elephants that have been rescued and are now taken care of by the wildlife NGO.
“I am showing my son Hadrien how important it is to care for our wildlife, to respect the extraordinary nature that we have around us. As cities grow and populations increase we have to make sure we are taking care of elephants and other life that have been here forever and having to adjust to a world that is changing’ he said.He is in India for one week and has planned to visit Agra, Amritsar, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, and New Delhi with a motive to connect with the Indian leaders in government and business, promote empowerment of women and girls, and strengthen Canada and India’s close economic deals as well as bonds.