RanaSafvi historian Wiki ,Bio, Profile, Unknown Facts and Family Details revealed


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

NameRana Safvi
Real NameRana Safvi
ProfessionHistorian, Author
Date of Birth1957
Father NameYet to be updated
Mother NameAzra Zaidi
HeightYet to be updated
WeightYet to be updated
Zodiac Sign / Sun SignNot known
Educational Qualificationpostgraduate in History from Aligarh Muslim University
HobbiesReading, Cooking and Playing Spider Solitaire
HometownAligarh, Uttar Pradesh, India
Husband NameGazanafar(engineer)
Current CityDelhi, India


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