Rana Safvi

Rana Safvi

Rana Safvi is a renowned author, translator and documenter of history, heritage and India's syncretic culture. She is the author of the Delhi Trilogy (Where Stones Speak: Historical Trails in Mehrauli, the First City of Delhi, The Forgotten Cities of Delhi, Shahjahanabad The Living City of Old Delhi), and Tales from the Quran and Hadith. She has translated Dastan-e-Ghadar, Asar-us-Sanadid, four accounts form 19th and 20th century as City of My Heart.
Her blog, www.ranasafvi.com, is a repository of her writings on Indian culture, food, heritage and age-old traditions. She lives in Delhi with her family.

Asar us sanadid in Times of India

Asar us sanadid in Times of India

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/delhi/rare-delhi-sketches-of-1847-show-what-the-capital-has-lost/articleshow/65702240.cms Rare Delhi sketches of 1847 show what the capital has lost Manimugdha S Sharma | TNN | Sep 6, 2018, 15:55 IST Asar–us–Sanadid...

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