Rana Safvi is a historian with a deep love for verse and a passion for the culture and heritage of the Indian subcontinent. She combines her enthusiasm for both in her writing. She runs a popular blog, ‘Hazrat e Dilli’, which talks about Delhi’s culture, food, heritage and age-old traditions. She is founder and moderator of #Shair on Twitter, a forum that has revived popular interest in Urdu poetry in a major way.
Rana Safvi’s Career
She is the the author of Where Stones Speak: Historical Trails in Mehrauli, the First City of Delhi, The Forgotten Cities of Delhi, and Tales from the Quran and Hadith and translator of Syed Ahmad Khan s Asar us Sanadid and Zahir Dehlvi s Dastan-e-Ghadar and City of my Heart (4 accounts from 19th and 20th century). She is a columnist with The Hindu and Daily O.
Unknown Facts About Rana Safvi
- Rana was 58 when her first book ‘Where Stones Speak: Historial Trails in Mehrauli, the First City of Delhi’, was launched. It is a best seller now.
- She calls herself a simple person who loves to read a lot and travel.
Relationship status of Rana Safvi
Rana Safvi Biography
|Real Name||Rana Safvi|
|Date of Birth||1957|
|Father Name||Yet to be updated|
|Mother Name||Azra Zaidi|
|Height||Yet to be updated|
|Weight||Yet to be updated|
|Zodiac Sign / Sun Sign||Not known|
|Educational Qualification||postgraduate in History from Aligarh Muslim University|
|Hobbies||Reading, Cooking and Playing Spider Solitaire|
|Hometown||Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, India|
|Current City||Delhi, India|